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20 Electric Vehicle Grand Prix trains tomorrow's engineers

The Electric Vehicle Grand Prix is an educational program and competition for Washington, D.C., high school students to teach them the finer points of engineering, design and construction, while parting in them a respect for environmental issues, such as the rise in popularity...

source: By Ryan Clark
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General Motors confirmed it plans to invest a total of $449 million in its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and Brownstown Township battery factory to expand its electric-vehicle production and...

source: Detroit Free Press

Two major car companies, Hyundai and Toyota are set to introduce mass-produced hydrogen fuel cell cars by 2015. Jack Brouwer, associate director at the National Fuel...

source: PRI

Show off your latest innovations at the 2014 EDTA Ride, Drive & Charge. Industry decision-makers and consumers come together...

source: EDTA

There's one business Sony has clung to despite pressure to do otherwise: its lithium-ion battery unit. Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai emphasized in early February that the company sees its battery business as essential to growth of smartphones and other mobile devices. But...

source: Wall Street Journal

At the SAE World Congress in Detroit, FEV showed off what it calls an "innovative" new plug-in hybrid transmission. The reason for that moniker is that the system does away with the need for a torque converter while offering two speeds,...

source: AutoblogGreen

Hyundai is in negotiations with several insurance companies in an effort to simplify the leasing process for the 2015 Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell hydrogen-powered vehicle. The Tucson Fuel Cell will be available at several Southern California...

source: Edmunds


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