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Hydrovolt starts operations at new EV battery recycling plant

Northvolt’s and Hyrdo’s battery recycling joint venture, Hydrovolt, has officially started commercial recycling operations in Fredrikstad, southern Norway.   Hydrovolt’s electric vehicle battery plant can process approximately 12,000 tons of battery packs per year,...

UK to implement standard to decarbonise buildings

A group of leading industry organisations, such as the Royal British Institute of Architects, have come together to create a building standard that will verify net-zero carbon buildings in the UK. This was after a report was conducted that concluded that a more robust...

Newsome expands green credentials by turning to solar energy and electric vehicles

A Calderdale manufacturer is teaming up with another Elland business to invest in renewable energy. This highlights steps towards greater energy independence and better cost control for the manufacturer.   Newsome, temperature and humidity control specialists, hope to...

Drivers face 18-month wait for new electric cars

Road users face having to wait for up to 18 months to buy new electric cars, as manufacturers such as: Tesla, Porsche and Volkswagen are taking more than a year to deliver new models. Manufacturers are also having to battle with shortages caused by disruption to...

Government unleashes £200million for zero-emission HGVs

The government has launched a three-year programme, to begin later this year, that will help to decarbonise the UK’s freight industry. It has been announced that it will deliver £200 million funding into boosting zero-emission heavy goods vehicles (HGV).  The...

Hyundai Mobis agrees software deal with Vector Group

Hyundai Mobis has partnered with Germany’s Vector Group for the joint development of an AUTOSAR-based software platform. AUTOSAR was founded in 2003 and is a development partnership of automotive interested parties. Vector is a premium member of Automotive Open System...

UK to implement standard to decarbonise buildings

A group of leading industry organisations, such as the Royal British Institute of Architects, have come together to create a building standard that will verify net-zero carbon buildings in the UK. This was after a report was conducted that concluded that a more robust...

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New research, Smart Management: Use Cases, Regional Analysis & Forecast 2022-2027, by Juniper research, has identified new benefits from smart traffic management systems. Global savings from smart traffic management systems are forecast to reach 205 million metric...

Drivers face 18-month wait for new electric cars

Road users face having to wait for up to 18 months to buy new electric cars, as manufacturers such as: Tesla, Porsche and Volkswagen are taking more than a year to deliver new models. Manufacturers are also having to battle with shortages caused by disruption to...

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Hyundai Mobis agrees software deal with Vector Group

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Subaru to invest US$1.9bn in new EV plant

Subaru has planned to spend JPY250bn to build an electric vehicle factory in Japan and in-house (EV) battery manufacturing capacity over the next five years.  The move is part of a multi-billion-dollar investment in electrification, to step up the pace in the...

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Andy Palmer, CEO, Switch Mobility

The carbon zero heroes: how sustainable mobility is being reimagined. Since joining electric vehicle manufacturer Switch Mobility, Dr Andy Palmer, one time Aston Martin boss and the driving force behind the Nissan Leaf, is on a new mission to decarbonise mobility....

Thomas Ingenlath, CEO, Polestar

Automotive design: moving towards a more radical expression. Thomas Ingenlath, CEO of Swedish performance electric car developer Polestar, throws down the gauntlet for automotive design. Presented at MOVE 2021, Tuesday 9 November. View in YouTube below

Tom Elvidge, SVP Vehicle Programmes, Arrival

Engineers, assemble! Leading the microfactory revolution. Arrival's Tom Elvidge explains the company's unique approach to manufacturing commercial EVs, in conversation with Martyn Lee head of podcasts at Motorsport Network. Presented at MOVE 2021, Tuesday 9 November....

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