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eSkootr Championship™ Announces Pioneering Technical Partnership Supply Deal with Williams Advanced Engineering

August 12th, 2020 | by Press Release

The Electric Scooter Championship (eSC) is delighted to announce that Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) will develop and supply the series’ first eSkootr model. The deal will see the British technology and engineering services business — which originated from the renowned F1 constructor Williams — exclusively developing and supplying the eSkootr chassis, battery system and powertrain for the eSC’s first two seasons


Battle For Title Of World’s Largest Electric Vehicle

March 2nd, 2020 | by Johnna Crider

The world's largest electric vehicle (EV) is a 45-ton mining dump truck nicknamed eDumper, but it may soon have to give up its title. There's a new big boy in town, a hybrid vehicle that is powered by both electricity and a reserve of hydrogen fuel. The fuel cell EV will start its test runs at the Mogalakwena platinum group metals mining operation in South Africa this year


Formula E Already Improving EV Batteries

April 27th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

Formula E features battery-electric open-wheel race cars that compete on racing circuits laid out on city streets. All the cars use a 28 kWh battery supplied by Williams Advanced Engineering, a subsidiary of the Williams Formula One enterprise. The lessons learned from the first two Formula E seasons have taught Williams engineers how to make a better EV battery for road cars



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