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Electric trucks and buses show massive sales growth in Europe

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The market share of fully electric trucks and buses is growing at an impressive pace in Europe, according to a new report from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT). of Australia’s bus fleet is electric). of Australia’s bus fleet is electric). The news comes to us via the Australian EV news site The Driven.

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Cheaper and Cleaner: Electric Vehicle Owners Save Thousands

NRDC onEarth

A new study conducted by Atlas Public Policy shows that electric vehicles will save owners thousands when compared to gasoline internal combustion engine counterparts.

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Electric vs. Gas Cars: Is It Cheaper to Drive an EV?

NRDC onEarth

Are electric cars cheaper than gas cars? Compare cost per mile, maintenance costs and costs to operate electric vehicles vs. gas cars by state. Learn more!

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EMT Madrid orders 50 Solaris electric buses

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Polish bus maker Solaris has received an order for 20 Urbino 9 LE and 30 Urbino 12 electric buses from municipal transport company EMT Madrid. EMT Madrid currently operates 250 Urbino 12 CNG buses and 60 Urbino 12 electric buses. Deliveries are expected to be completed by July 2024. Source: EMT Madrid

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New device gathers, stores electricity in remote settings

Science Daily: Renewable Energy

These applications hold much potential for improving the efficiency, but how do you power these devices where reliable electrical sources are not available? Wirelessly connected devices perform an expanding array of applications, such as monitoring the condition of machinery and remote sensing in agricultural settings.

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Video: Electric F-250 showcases Schaeffler’s EV components

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Yes, the company built an electric version of the Ford F-250 pickup truck, and yes, it’s a pretty cool ride. The all-electric pickup features a novel temperature control system that uses the vehicle’s radiator to cool the electric axle, to cool or heat the battery pack, and to heat the passenger cabin to boot. Well, not exactly.

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The first all-electric tugboat in the US is about to launch

Canary Media

Now, however, the humble harbor craft is going electric. They are small but mighty — and incredibly dirty , spewing huge amounts of toxic exhaust and planet-warming emissions every year. America’s first…