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Recharge Industries launches takeover bid for Britishvolt Gigafactory

Recharge Industries has made a bid for Britishvolt that could see plans for the UK's first Gigagfactory come to fruition.

Hydrogen engine technology accelerated through €40m EIB funding

The PUNCH Group has been awarded €40m in funding by the European Investment Bank (EIB) to advance hydrogen engine technology.

The year ahead: Electric vehicle technology trends

Dr Hadi Moztarzadeh details the impact the economic climate will have on automotive production and demand globally.

New smart EV charging system could save consumers up to £1,000 a year

Thanks to plans for a new EV charging system, UK electric vehicle owners are set to benefit from lower energy bills and cheaper motoring.

Who can benefit the most from the EU-Japan trade partnerships?

2020 marks the first anniversary of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), but what sectors could stand to gain the most from the partnership? In...

Developing Brexit market access strategies

A leading scientific consulting organisation has said that we need to develop a robust compliance strategy that considers all Brexit market access scenarios. A leading...

Post-Brexit Fisheries Bill is to prioritise sustainability

According to new legislation published by the British government, all UK fish stocks will be fished at sustainable levels after Brexit. After the UK steps...

Federation of German Industries: Brexit is the ‘right step on the wrong path’

The Federation of German Industries (BDI) have released a statement expressing their belief that Brexit is the ‘right step on the wrong path’. "The uncertainty...

Inside the Horseracing Integrity Act’s hearing with Congress committee

Major players in the horse racing industry have testified about the use of performance-enhancing drugs and painkilling drugs to mask the injuries of racehorses,...

Will Polish judges be penalised for speaking out against their government?

In Poland, a law has been proposed allowing the punishment and firing of judges who criticise the restrictions that their government places on the...

Secure payment innovation with LogPay Financial Services

LogPay Financial Services is a German secure payment service provider which offers innovation and full service solutions for digital sales channels. Development, innovation and usage...

Rise of machines to make ageing at home easier

Guest contributor Ali Dockerty explores the growing popularity of ageing at home and the ways in which smart technology can help. The cost of nursing...

Predictive maintenance, machine learning and the holographic principle

Neuron soundware specialises in analysing the sound produced by machines in order to enable predictive maintenance. Physics defines sound as a vibration that propagates as...

Industrial rail cybersecurity imperative for the future of transport

Courtney Schneider, Cyber Policy Research Manager at Waterfall Security Solutions, discusses the importance of industrial cybersecurity for rail transport. Top priorities for most rail transport...

Rare diseases in Austria: exploring Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders

Professor Susanne Gerit Kircher of the Medical University of Vienna discusses the situation of rare diseases in Austria, including Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders. In Europe, a...

Europe’s Capital Markets Union: looking to the future

To achieve the objectives of the Capital Markets Union, a sustainable, effective market for retail investments is needed. The Capital Markets Union (CMU) is a...

Borders, checks and Brexit: a Gordian knot around the EU Customs Union?

Tony Smith CBE, former Head of UK Border Force and expert panellist to the UK Parliamentary Commission for Alternative Arrangements to the Irish Border,...

Quantum internet on the cusp of the internet revolution

Europe’s Quantum Internet Alliance is working on the development of networks which can provide many benefits, including impenetrable end to end communication. The Quantum Internet...

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As e-mobility grows in popularity, the issues surrounding EV transport – including charging infrastructure, battery safety, sustainable disposal of EV batteries and the need to source increasing amounts of lithium and other component materials ethically – become more pressing.

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Improving electric vehicle battery safety with calorimetry

In the latest eBook from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of the IAM-AWP Calorimeter Center discusses the role of calorimetry in improving electric vehicle battery safety. The European Commission’s ‘Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy‘ aims to reduce carbon emissions by 90% by 2050. A key...

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In this latest eBook from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Dr Carlos Ziebert, Head of the Calorimeter Center, discusses the importance of improving lithium-ion battery safety for electric vehicles, and the significant role that calorimetry plays in this. With the announcement of the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy that...

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