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A Bushmaster Electric Protected Mobility Vehicle after being unveiled during the Chief of Army Symposium 2022. In the background is a Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicle fitted with ruggedized solar panels. Photo: Warrant Officer Class Two Max Bree

Dfens eMissions Electric Bushmaster & Electric Military ATVs

Electrification on the battlefield is a vision of Dfens eMissions. Watching this video, you might think you are in a video game, and the soldiers are playing with children’s toys. But this is real. And all these machines are interconnected and electric. They are not on a mission, but an … [continued]

Polaris & Zero Motorcycles Team Up For Electric Snowmobiles, Off-Road Vehicles, Etc.

As electric vehicle technology has matured, it’s been possible to cost-competitively electrify more and more types of vehicles. Continuing the “rEVolution,” Polaris and Zero Motorcycles have formed a 10 year partnership to electrify the Polaris lineup of powersports vehicles using Zero’s electric powertrain expertise. The first electric vehicles in this new “rEV’d” initiative will be debuted this year.

Free Electric Shuttle Service Expands Into Brooklyn And Hollywood, FL

The free electric shuttle service called Circuit has added locations in Brooklyn and Hollywood, Florida. The company has been operating electric shuttles in cities like Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, San Diego, Austin, Houston, East Hampton, and others. It used to be called The Free Ride, but now is named Circuit. Alex Esposito, one of the company’s co-founders, answered some questions about the expansion for CleanTechnica.

Plowing With Honda Motorbikes Looks Fun — But Reveals An Actual Problem

At first I couldn’t help smiling, because it looked like these guys were just having fun with a new idea, but knowing this area from living there myself many years back, I suspected this was not just for the fun of it. I asked Tatila Anthony what motivated this practice, and he explained: “It’s used when people fail to access cattle. You know in Zambia cattle die as a result of diseases, so they resort to using Hondas for ploughing. The advantage is also that it is faster.”