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Robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could improve pedestrian safety

New research has found that robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could lead to fewer vehicle-pedestrian collisions.

Damage-free technology advances lithium metal battery usage in electric vehicles

Researchers have demonstrated a damage-free method that enables lithium metal batteries to be used in electric vehicles.

Affordable electric cars are essential for achieving 2030 goals in the US

If affordable electric cars do not become more available for consumers, the US is unlikely to achieve its 2030 EV coverage goals.

Quantum sensors accurately predict electric vehicle range capacity

Scientist have pioneered a cutting-edge technique using diamond quantum sensors that accurately estimates electric vehicle range.

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Calorimeters to advance thermal management and battery safety

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Aeramentum Resources Limited launch its initial public offering

Australian Mineral Exploration company Aeramentum Resources Limited, launched its initial public offering on the Australian Securities Exchange on 17 May, 2022. Aeramentum owns the Treasure...

First Hydrogen UK Limited appoints a new chief executive officer

Steve Gill has been appointed as director of First Hydrogen UK Limited and as Chief Executive Officer of its automotive division. What is First Hydrogen...

First Hydrogen will deliver on hydrogen refuelling stations

First Hydrogen establishes 'NETZEROH2' subsidiary to roll out hydrogen refuelling stations. Vancouver, B.C., January 12, 2022 – Vancouver, British Columbia – First Hydrogen Corp. (“FIRST...

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How cobalt is powering the conversion to green technologies

The Cobalt Institute showcases the metal’s essential role in developing future green technologies. Governments and organisations around the world invest in green technologies, aiming to...

Sudbury’s critical minerals expertise can drive Canada’s electric vehicle industry

Learn how Sudbury’s abundance of critical minerals, mining expertise, and manufacturing prowess can take advantage of the upcoming EV supply.

Demand for lithium: Is Nevada’s modern mining industry the answer?

Tyre Gray, President of the Nevada Mining Association, discusses Nevada’s role as a domestic lithium source for the US. Green energy has been a crucial...

The Australian lithium industry and the global battery supply chain

Curtin University’s Professor Jacques Eksteen explores the Australian lithium industry and its role in the global battery supply chain. Lithium is most commonly used for...

Britishvolt Gigaplant in Northumberland receives final grant offer

The UK government has presented Britishvolt, a leading battery technology development company, with a final grant offer through the Automotive Transformation Fund for its...

Lake Resources: Supplying high-quality lithium for the EV market

As the world endeavours to deliver on its green energy ambitions, Lake Resources explains how it is set to meet the demand for high-quality...

General Motors and Livent: Using lithium hydroxide in EV production

Livent’s battery-grade lithium hydroxide, made primarily from lithium extracted at its brine-based operations in South America, is to be utilised in the production of...

Quebec’s role in the battery metals supply chain

Pierre Fitzgibbon, Quebec’s Minister of Economy and Innovation and Minister Responsible for Regional Economic Development, discusses Quebec's role in the north American battery supply...

Driving the green revolution: The use of copper in EVs

Colin Bennett, Market Intelligence Director at the International Copper Association, shares his thoughts on the increasing use of copper in the EV industry. Despite the...

Magnet materials refiner to secure the UK’s magnet metals supply chain

The announcement of funding for the UK’s first magnet materials refiner, alongside the publication of Britain’s first Critical Minerals Strategy, is paving the way...

U.S. DOE: $96m to decarbonise the domestic transportation sector

The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced – 21 July 2022 – a $96m funding opportunity to support decarbonising the domestic transport sector. Decarbonising transport It...

Fast charging networks: Supporting the EV revolution

Andrew Phillips, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of Lithium Power International, explores plans for fast-charging networks to support the rapidly increasing demand for...

International Lithium Association welcomes 12 new members since 2022

The International Lithium Association (ILiA), global representative of the lithium value chain, welcomes 12 new Associate Members since the start of 2022. International Lithium Association...

Developing materials to support the clean energy transition

David Leavy, Managing Director of advanced materials company ChemX Materials Ltd (ASX:CMX), details the efforts of the organisation in its mission to develop materials...

The race for rare earth elements: A Swedish perspective

The Norra Kärr region in Sweden is home to mainland Europe’s largest defined heavy rare earth mineral deposit. As the race to secure rare...

Examining the potential of magnet rare earths at the Makuutu Rare Earth Project

Tim Harrison, Managing Director and CEO of Ionic Rare Earths Limited, discusses the Makuutu Rare Earth Project and its magnet rare earths potential. Ionic Rare...

Galvanic’s Smackover prospect: Unearthing lithium resources

An independent evaluation of Galvanic Energy’s Smackover prospect reveals an estimation of approximately 4 million tons lithium carbonate equivalent, and testing demonstrates up to...

SAFELiMOVE, safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles

The SAFELiMOVE battery project is leading the way to develop safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles. Led by CIC energiGUNE, here they explain their...

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Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles produce zero carbon emissions, in contrast to cars which use an internal combustion engine fuelled by petrol or diesel.

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.