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In conversation Stephen Lambert

We chat to McLaren Applied’s head of electrification about how the company’s race-bred technology will filter through to e-mobility...

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Flexible battery management systems

BMS developers are offering products that are compatible with the growing range of OEM vehicle models. The trend for battery management systems

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Asher Bennett

The CEO of Tevva Trucks explains his thinking behind offering goods vehicles with a dual energy system. By Rory Jackson One of the most prominent differences between Tevva Motors, based in


Cake Kalk OR

Rory Jackson charts the development of this e-bike, whose entire manufacturing process is geared towards producing zero emissions Supporters of e-mobility as a means of reducing carbon emissions

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Universal Hydrogen completes first flight of fuel cell regional airliner

Universal Hydrogen has flown a 40-passenger regional

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BYD ATTO 3 debuts in the UK

The all-electric BYD ATTO 3 C-Segment SUV is now available to order in the UK. There are three variants in the range – Active, Comfort and Design. The ATTO 3 is the first SUV to be built on BYD’s e-Platform 3.0, which

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ZeroAvia tests hydrogen-electric aircraft

ZeroAvia has flown a 19-seat Dornier 228 twin-engine aircraft as a testbed for its full-sized hydrogen fuel cell engine (writes Nick Flaherty). The aircraft was retrofitted

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Europa hydrogen-powered truck to launch later this year

Zepp.solutions has unveiled more specifications and the name for its new hydrogen fuel cell powered truck, the Europa, which is designed as a zero-emissions

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Lunaz Design unveils world’s rarest upcycled EV

Lunaz Design has unveiled what it says is the rarest classic car ever to be transformed to fully electric power. Its 1961 Bentley S2 Continental is one of only four


Emulator hands power back to grid

Keysight Technologies has updated its regenerative DC emulator to support higher power up to 270 kW for powertrain testing (writes Nick Flaherty). The Scienlab