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23
May
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Electromobility Mass Market Adoption: A Geosocial Issue

Electromobility mass market adoption is important in the West, while the Global South may very well delay it and prefer first to invest in biofuels. Those low-carbon fuels rely on existing agriculture and forestry sectors, existing fuel distribution networks, existing vehicles, thus keeping the multi-billion investments required for electromobility infrastructure for more urgent national priorities, in education and other basic services.

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20
May
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Misconceptions about the European Car Manufacturing Industry

The replacement of thermal engines by electric motors in light-duty vehicles seems non-negotiable, the only question being when.

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26
Apr
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The Top 10 EV Battery Manufacturers in 2023

Despite efforts from the U.S. and EU to secure local domestic supply, all major EV battery manufacturers remain based in Asia.

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26
Apr
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Biofuels Offer Low-Hanging Fruit in Nascent Carbon Capture Industry

Biofuel producers are taking up carbon capture and storage technology faster than any other industry in the United States as demand grows for cleaner fuels for shipping and aviation.

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26
Apr
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Cleaner Burning Aviation Fuels Poised for Takeoff

Clean jet fuel production is expected to surge in the United States in the next 10 years aided by rapid advances in technology, generous federal incentives and growing demand from airlines, according to new projections from Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy.

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26
Apr
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Electric & Disposable Vehicles: The Latest Example of Fast Fashion?

Is repairability the Achilles’s heel of EVs? If their useful life is limited by poor repairability, is it another trick from car manufacturers to keep on selling new cars, fast-fashion-style and in the standard capitalist approach, till Kingdom comes, circumventing the threat of planetary resource limitations and the necessary drive toward circularity in the economy?

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