Tagged With EVs
Petronas clean energy unit targets rapid expansion
29 September 2022
Gentari sets out strategy for aggressive buildout of renewables and hydrogen capacity
BP and Hertz to develop North American EV charging network
27 September 2022
The oil major’s charging subsidiary will support Hertz’s growing EV fleet
Lithium prices to stay strong until 2024
7 September 2022
Prices are expected to fall back as more production comes online in the middle of the decade, says Fitch Solutions
US act would expand credits for transition technologies
3 August 2022
Bill would provide support to companies involved in the manufacture of wind turbine components, solar panels and EV batteries
BP to invest in UK EV battery-testing facility
1 August 2022
Project will help develop fluid technologies for managing temperatures in batteries to improve efficiency
New US bill to unleash rapid clean energy deployment
29 July 2022
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 includes long-term tax credits for clean hydrogen and carbon capture
BP opens first electric truck-charging points
27 July 2022
Oil major launches two charging points in Germany aimed at medium- and heavy-duty trucks
UK launches critical minerals strategy
22 July 2022
Government plans to diversify supply chains and boost domestic production, refining, recovery and recycling of metals key to the energy transition
Shell enters US retail power market with green offering
9 June 2022
European major targets Texas with plan that includes free off-peak EV charging and solar net-metering
Riyadh hedges its bets with EV ambitions
24 May 2022
The Saudi government is leaving little to chance in plans to create an EV-manufacturing cluster on the Red Sea coast
Surging battery mineral prices threaten EV growth
23 May 2022
EV sales growth remains robust in 2022, but rising mineral prices and supply chain dislocations present near-term challenges, says IEA
Trafigura backs UK lithium refinery project
9 May 2022
Refinery can reduce Europe’s reliance on Chinese suppliers of battery-grade lithium chemicals
EU ‘must not dilute’ low-carbon transport proposal
3 May 2022
The European Parliament must not water down Commission proposals on infrastructure for electic vehicle charging and hydrogen refuelling, say industry groups
Biden to spur domestic critical mineral production
1 April 2022
US president invokes the Defense Production Act to expand domestic supply as administration seeks to curb reliance on imports
BP plans $1.3bn expansion of UK EV charging network
25 March 2022
Oil major’s announcement coincides with UK government pledge to support tenfold increase in number of charging points by 2030
EV firms embrace vehicle-to-grid charging
16 March 2022
Technology can allow vehicles to charge overnight when rates and load are low, then provide electricity back to the grid during peak hours as well as during blackouts
Britishvolt secures investment from Glencore
15 February 2022
Mining and trading group is cornerstone investor in UK battery maker’s latest funding round
Limited offerings hamper US commercial EV market
14 February 2022
Small number of commercial EV models offered by auto sector has weighed on adoption, conference speakers say
Surging US EV sales defy tax credit uncertainty
11 February 2022
Investment in grid infrastructure must keep pace with growing EV fleet, conference delegates say
China targets commercial fleets in new green transport plan
28 January 2022
Five-year plan calls for more NEV deployment in fleets of urban buses, taxis and logistics vehicles by 2025
UK’s Britishvolt secures funding for EV battery gigaplant
24 January 2022
Plant designed to produce 300,000 lithium-ion EV battery packs a year, with startup schedule for late 2023 or early 2024
US utilities eye EV opportunity
14 January 2022
Efforts are ramping up to meet the growing demand for charging infrastructure and additional grid capacity
China EV demand set for strong growth in 2022
13 January 2022
Sales could double despite phased withdrawal of government subsidies
UK sales of EVs surge despite auto sector malaise
6 January 2022
Reduced incentives and patchy rollout of charging points could threaten growth, says industry group SMMT
BP enters US EV fleet-charging sector
8 December 2021
Acquisition of California-based fleet-charging specialist Amply Power provides springboard for expansion in US market
US ‘Build Back Better Act’ aims for EV policy shift
6 December 2021
Bill includes point-of-sale credits on US-built EVs and $1bn towards charging and refuelling stations
US bill funds EVs and transmission
12 November 2021
Legislation provides finance for charging stations and transmission lines
BP defends hydrocarbon role in transition strategy
3 November 2021
Emissions reductions targets should not be proxy for underinvestment in hydrocarbons, CEO tells analysts
Global EV sales nearly triple in H1 2021 – Wood Mackenzie
1 September 2021
China and Europe leading growth markets but sales in US see only modest increase
India policy move boosts growing electric two-wheeler market
19 August 2021
Price incentives support shift away from petrol models in country’s largest vehicle class
US EVs to receive diminished funding
6 August 2021
Biden administration may still have options to increase funding pot, including reconciliation
Canada latest to announce future halt to ICE vehicle sales
5 July 2021
Phase-outs began at subnational levels and have grown to reach national commitments in various regions
EVs could act as storage for US grid - report
30 June 2021
Arrival of electric pick up trucks on US consumer vehicle market could help solve Texas grid problems
Mineral supply gap threatens to slow energy transition – IEA
6 May 2021
Agency calls on governments to convince investors of need to ramp up supply of critical transition metals
US charging network sits on cusp of change
4 May 2021
The Biden administration wants to increase the size of America’s EV charging network by 400pc
EV sales unaffected by pandemic – IEA
29 April 2021
Sales in the sector are growing fast thanks to strong consumer demand and policy support from governments
BP powers up EV charging roll-out
28 April 2021
Questions over company’s ability to differentiate its electrons in a competitive market
US must clarify renewable transport fuel support
21 April 2021
Policy mechanisms at federal level must catch up with those at state level to be effective, says industry
US gasoline demand unthreatened by driver assistance
20 April 2021
New technologies that provide assistance for drivers have proved slow to penetrate the US market
US embarks on a new kind of industrial policy
6 April 2021
Washington reinvents strategy with focus on microchip production and charging stations, rather than traditional ‘roads and bridges’
Rethinking the levelised cost of energy
31 March 2021
The market appears to be factoring in the decline of capacity factors for conventional energy assets
EV supply chains: The new great game
23 March 2021
Volkswagen’s aggressive battery plans signal new worries for automakers in the EV era
Chinese five-year plan to see expansion of EVs
9 March 2021
Plan will focus on uptake beyond the largest and wealthiest cities, so consumption of petrol and diesel may peak mid-decade
For EVs to succeed, Tesla’s market share must fall
26 February 2021
Consumers demand choice and traditional manufacturers have started to provide it
Behavioural change key to energy transition—IP Week
24 February 2021
The electrification of the automotive sector shows that consumers can be guided to make transition-aligned choices when viable options are available
Lithium price surge fuels mining innovation
22 February 2021
Demand from electric vehicle manufacturers and potential to provide batteries for renewables-powered grids ensures demand remains high
E3 Metals leads Canadian ‘green’ lithium charge
18 February 2021
Canada’s vast unconventional wastewater brine resource base means it is likely to become a major producer on the global market
Shift to electric vehicles not fully charged
12 February 2021
The build-out of EV chargers in the EU risks diverging from political ambition while trailing an expected vehicle sales boom
South Africa, Burundi can help plug global rare earths shortfall
1 February 2021
China dominates the global market for materials essential for EV batteries, and manufacturers are seeking to diversify their supply chains
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