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Startups Are A Must, For Energy Transition

The energy transition’s spread into transport, industry, and heating, as well as the rapidly rising share of renewable electricity

Autonomous Shuttle Buses To Ply In Germany Soon

Hamburg’s first autonomous shuttle bus will start its trial run next month. There are only be five stops along

Is Global Heatwave Really Linked To Climate Change?

Can the global heatwave condition be chalked up to climate change? The French government is on high alert. For

First Electric Highway For Trucks Opened In Germany

Electrifying truck transportation could save a ton of fuel: 20,000 euros worth for every truck traveling 62,000 miles (100,000

Bosch To Develop And License PEM Fuel Cells

Bosch is partnering with Swedish Powercell to co-develop polymer-electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel-cells. It is going to be a new

Daimler & BMW To Form Large Joint Urban Mobility Company

Daimler AG and the BMW Group are collaborating on a joint urban mobility company and are planning to create

Oxford PV Perovskite-Silicon Solar Cell Hits A New Efficiency World Record

UK perovskite solar firm Oxford PV said on Thursday it has achieved a 28% efficiency for a perovskite-silicon tandem

Volvo’s FE Electric Truck : An All-Electric Utility Truck For Heavy Loads

The Swedish company, Volvo, is about to deliver its first entirely battery-powered truck to the streets of Hamburg, Germany. Designing

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