Innogy Planning To Spend Up To $1.2 Billion On E-Mobility, Solar PV, & Glass Fibre Networks By 2019

The German firm Innogy is now planning to spend up to €1.2 billion on e-mobility, photovoltaics and glass fibre networks by the year 2019, according to a recent public statement on the matter

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Is The UK Really Planning To Approve “Mini Nuclear Reactor” Rollout?

It was reported last week in The Telegraph that ministers in the UK were “ready” to approve the rapid development and testing of a fleet of “mini nuclear reactors” — to be used as baseload capacity and meant to make up for older soon-to-be-decommissioned nuclear facilities

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L3Pilot Self-Driving Vehicle Research Project Launched In Wolfsburg

The L3Pilot self-driving vehicle tech research project — backed by a broad consortium of Europe-based firms and operating under the management of Volkswagen Group — recently launched in Wolfsburg, Germany

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AEye Completes Live Demo Of 360 Degree Solid State LiDAR System

The robotic vision tech company AEye has successfully completed a live demo of its solid-state commercial LiDAR system (with 360° vehicle coverage) in a metropolitan setting, according to a new press release

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A123 Systems Puts Money Into Solid-State Battery Firm Solid Power

The lithium-ion battery technology firm A123 Systems has invested an unspecified amount of money into the solid-state battery tech developer Solid Power Inc, according to recent reports

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The Future Of Germany’s Energy Transition Policy: An Interview With Patrick Graichen, Director Of Agora Energiewende

We are on the eve of the German election. We thought this was a perfect time to interview one of the main actors of the Energiewende: Patrick Graichen, the Director of Agora Energiewende, a think tank and policy laboratory that develops scientifically based and politically feasible approaches for ensuring the success of the German energy transition

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World’s Largest Tesla Supercharger Facility Coming To Shanghai, China

Tesla is busy installing 1000 Superchargers throughout China. The largest Supercharger installation in the world is now under construction in Shanghai.

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