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Batteries

CATL is trying to find a way to build a battery factory in North America, but navigating the political crosscurrents is difficult.

Clean Power

Qcells, a division of South Korea's Hanwha Group, says it will invest $2.5 billion in two new solar panel factories in Georgia.

Batteries

The Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Vehicle Technologies Office estimates the cost of an electric vehicle lithium-ion battery pack declined 89% between 2008 and 2022...

Batteries

Companies seeking to rapidly expand output and avoid supply chain disruptions are building domestic battery manufacturing plants in the US. In some states, these...

Batteries

Welp, 2022 is a wrap. Looking backward for a moment before charging on ahead again, let’s run through the most popular stories on CleanTechnica...

Bicycles

According to recent research from Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy, a scooter ban may ease sidewalk congestion and keep potential riders and pedestrians...

Clean Transport

Toyota has hemmed and hawed about its entry into the EV marketplace. A new parody calls them out for their zero commitment to electrify...

Cars

EV charger manufacturing is growing by leaps and bounds in America. Siemens and EverCharge both announced new factories this week.

Batteries

Redwood Materials has selected South Carolina as the site of its next battery recycling facility as it scales up production in the US.

Clean Transport

Since the official launch of its Dealer Community Charging Program in late 2021, GM has enrolled nearly 1,000 GM dealers in the program, which...

Aviation

Archer Aviation’s Maker eVTOL has successfully completed the first-ever “transition flight,” where the air taxi prototype was able to achieve a full transition from...

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