The push for a extra sustainable transport ecosystem is gaining momentum however opinions stay divided on how greatest to understand it. This month we hear from Hyperion’s CEO who’s passionate in regards to the superiority of gasoline cell know-how. He’s within the minority, although, as most corporations are placing the majority of their assets into battery electrical automobiles. In both case, the main target is more and more trying past the tailpipe. Supplies, processes, logistics—all of them contribute to a car’s eco-footprint. This month we hear from Fisker’s CEO in regards to the firm’s mission to create the world’s most sustainable automotive.
We additionally hear from DeepRoute.ai on autonomous car progress in China and take a more in-depth take a look at the brand new mobility prospects throughout North America.
On this concern:
- Fisker: creating the world’s most sustainable automotive
- What does California’s ICE ban imply for the US?
- Mexico’s car manufacturing market might match China
- What’s the ROI of fleet telematics?
- Hailing the net-zero revolution: taxi fleets harness electrical and hydrogen energy
- China’s regulatory setting fosters Stage 4 AV innovation
- Flying excessive: might drones assist tackle the supply disaster?
- Cleaner automobiles needn’t imply extra congestion cities
- Higher AV efficiency within the final 50-feet is essential
- The place is the US headed with its CASE journey?
- The science of gasoline cells beats batteries, says Hyperion
- Mineral wealth is the important thing to Canadian EV sector’s success
- CHIPS Act might make the US a semiconductor powerhouse
- Automotive is on the verge of a quantum computing revolution