Trouble in EV Paradise?

The letters “EV” have been a hot topic, that explaining that the E-V (Electric Vehicle) meaning,  has become unnecessary to anyone around the world today.  There is little doubt of if the EVs will be implemented on a large scale in the U.S. and more a matter of when.

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Joe Biden’s Push for Electric Cars

We are fast approaching the November election, with Joe Biden running as the democratic presidential candidate. One of his tasks if elected, is pushing for America to switch to electric vehicles with a big focus on the economic advantages. Biden’s climate and energy package are a proposed $2 trillion dollars, and in it will be […]

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Ohio’s Unveiling

Last year, Eastern Ohio was affected by a major loss when General Motors made the decision to close their Lordstown facility, a major part of this small town. Since then, a banker by the name of Steve Burns, now CEO for Lordstown Motors, is starting from the ground up with hopes to revive the facility […]

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Automation Coming to Distribution Yards

Electric and autonomous trucks have made huge leaps in technology in the past several years.  Having said that, wide scale implementation within the trucking industry is still years away.  Automated distribution centers however will be tested very soon. Tech companies have received financing to launch startup businesses within the sector. “Outrider, a technology based company […]

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UK ANNOUNCES INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE BAN BY 2035

On Tuesday the United Kingdom’s government announced a ban on the sale of Internal Combustion Engines starting in 2035 (five years earlier than previously planned). Meaning it will eventually be illegal to sell new gas, diesel, and even hybrid powered cars to adhere to this standard. Many governments across the world have plans of internal […]

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Will the Oil Demand Continue?

According to a global energy industry forecast, oil growth will continue to soar until the 2030’s and climate-damaging emissions will keep climbing until at least 2040. The World Energy Outlook is not only closely watched by the oil industry but also the governments due to its relevance to climate policy. The International Energy Agency said […]

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Electric Truck Startup Coming to Lordstown

Yesterday, General Motors Company agreed to a sale of its Lordstown Ohio assembly plant to Lordstown Motors Corporation, an electric vehicle startup firm.  This is the first time the plant will be owned by another company other than GM since the facility opened in 1966.  There has been speculation about what would happen to the […]

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