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Hyundai EV platform, diesel emissions tampering, GM and Nikola: The Week In Reverse

Which U.S. EV startup reported that its new factory is complete? Which automaker said that fuel-cell tech might be a smarter option than big double-layer batteries for trucks and SUVs? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending December 4, 2020. Earlier this week, we announced our.Brought to you...

Syrah Resources completes BFS for expansion of US anode material production

Australia-based Syrah Resources has completed a bankable feasibility study (BFS) for expansion of its natural graphite AAM facility in Vidalia, Louisiana, as it continues to execute its strategy of becoming the first vertically integrated producer of natural graphite AAM (advanced anode material) outside of China.Brought to you by: EV Driven

City of Boulder working with Fermata Energy to test V2B technology

The City of Boulder is partnering with Fermata Energy to test the ability to reduce the city’s building energy costs with an innovative pilot at the North Boulder Recreation Center. The city and Fermata Energy have installed a charging station that enables two-way electricity: from the building to the car and from the car back to the building.Brought...

Roskill analysis highlights tradeoff in Lithium production between CAPEX and carbon

With demand expected to rise significantly in the coming decade on the back of electric vehicle sales and energy storage systems implementation, an increase in lithium production is inevitable.Brought to you by: EV Driven

Standard Lithium completes proof-of-concept of lithium extraction & crystallization; better than battery-quality lithium carbonate

Canada-based Standard Lithium Ltd. successfully completed the start-to-finish proof of concept of its lithium processing technology.Brought to you by: EV Driven

Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid, Rimac EMC testing, EVs and plug-ins that didn’t make the cut: Today’s Car News

Subaru has given its plug-in hybrid a refresh for 2021. Rimac shows us how it tests for electromagnetic compatibility. And we run through why some models didn’t make our Best Car To Buy shortlist. This and more, here at Green Car Reports. After announcing our finalists for Best Car To Buy 2021 earlier this week, today we looked into why.Brought to you...

Green Car Reports’ Best Car To Buy 2021: What didn't make the cut

It has most definitely not been a typical year for product launches and vehicle arrival timing. On Tuesday we took stock of this year’s 5 Green Car Reports’ Best Car To Buy finalists, and several models were conspicuously missing from the list due to later-than-anticipated delivery starts. One of the finalists named—the Ford.Brought to you by: EV Driven

Rimac shows how EVs are tested for electromagnetic emissions—with C_Two supercar

The Rimac C_Two electric supercar is undergoing final testing and regulatory certification ahead of the start of deliveries in 2021. Part of that process involves testing for electromagnetic emissions, the Croatian company explained Wednesday in a release and video. All electronic devices produce some amount of electromagnetic emissions, and those.Brought...

2021 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid: 17-mile, 35-mpg plug-in gets ride-and-handling retune

Following updates to the gasoline version, the 2021 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid is scheduled to arrive at dealerships this winter with minor changes. Pricing starts at $36,395—a $200 increase over the 2020 model, according to Subaru. The plug-in hybrid gets a restyled front fascia with a new grille, front bumper, and fog-light trim, plus retuned.Brought...

Potent Volkswagen Golf R arrives to top new range

This is the all-new Volkswagen Golf RBrought to you by: EV Driven

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