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The Global Battle for Solid-State Battery Leadership

With the advent of electric vehicles (EVs), lithium-ion batteries demand grew exponentially and is still growing. In fact, the global lithium-ion battery market size may grow from USD 57 billion in 2020 to USD 200 billion by 2027 at an average CAGR of 20 per cent during the same period. The growth of the market […]

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US Automakers Want Congress To End Tax Credit Cap On Electric Vehicles

The American electric vehicle manufacturers are devising means that could help the faster adoption of electric vehicles and seamless growth of the EV sector in the USA at a time when the European and Chinese electric vehicle markets are booming. In a fresh development, Chief Executive Officers of General Motors, Ford Motor, Stellantis and Toyota […]

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Auto Component Hub Thailand Plans EV Package

The Thai cabinet is considering tax cuts and subsidies to boost Thailand’s EV market. The idea is clear. To ensure that the South East Asian country remains a hub for component manufacturing, even as the era of ICE vehicles ends over the coming decade and more.  The move comes even as Thailand faces a fresh […]

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GM to Power US Production Sites with 100% RE by 2025

General Motors (GM) has revealed that it plans to source 100 percent renewable energy to power its U.S. sites by 2025 – five years earlier than previously announced, and 25 years ahead of its initial target that was set in 2016. GM aims to avoid 1 million metric tons of carbon emissions that would have […]

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Toyota Plans $13.5 B Investment in EV Battery Tech by Decade End

Japanese auto major Toyota Motor is planning to spend over $13.5 billion by 2030 to develop batteries and its battery supply system, aiming to head technological developments over the next decade, revealed an online briefing on batteries and carbon neutrality. The world’s largest automaker by volume, which pioneered hybrid gasoline-electric vehicles with the popular Prius, […]

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