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Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida on Lowering Cost of Electric Vehicles

In 2019, the average cost of a new electric car was $55,600. However, according to the same data the average cost of a new car at that same point in time was only $36,600. Nissan's CEO Makoto Read more

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Maverick of Marketing: How B2B Marketers Can Validate Asking for More Budget
September 16, 2021
   With the 2022 budget season heating up, Shannon Maverick, host of Maverick of Marketing, talked to an expert in marketing about his take on how marketers can validate asking for more budget. Read more
FinTech Meets FoodTech at GroceryShop 2021
September 16, 2021
Key Points: Groceryshop 2021 is taking place September 19-22 in Las Vegas. A key topic of conversation will be centered around the convergence of FinTech and FoodTech. FoodsPass is excited Read more
Chillin’ at Texas Motor Speedway with Portable Cooling Solutions
September 16, 2021
  Fast cars and hot days and nights; that’s how they do it at Texas Motor Speedway. Entertainment is the name of the game, but giving guests and fans a comfortable experience is the goal, no matter the event. Read more
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Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida on Lowering Cost of Electric Vehicles
July 14, 2021
In 2019, the average cost of a new electric car was $55,600. However, according to the same data the average cost of a new car at that same point in time was only $36,600. Nissan's CEO Makoto Read more
Apple Eyes Battery Suppliers for Possible Electric Vehicle
June 18, 2021
According to reports from Reuters, Apple is in talks with Chinese companies BYD & CATL regarding car batteries, another indicator that the rumored "Apple Car" could be one Read more
The Energy Exchange: A New Energy and Technology Podcast
April 28, 2021
The Energy Exchange explores the complex and critical intersection of energy, money and technology. Experts will use their insights and forecasts to outline what energy is available to us, the Read more
Why are There Weak Links in the Chip Supply Chain and Who is Impacted?
March 8, 2021
The world's manufacturing supply chains are showing signs of strain and semiconductors or "chips" are among the hardest hit. The combination of the pandemic policy decisions and the growing Read more
Can Public Transit Support Local and Federal Climate Plans?
March 3, 2021
The march toward cleaner cities continues at the local and federal level – but there are many roadblocks still ahead. Key questions surround the role of public transit in the overall effort to Read more
Volvo CEO on Automaker’s Plans to be All Electric by 2030
March 2, 2021
Volvo Cars Chief Executive Officer Hakan Samuelsson discusses the automaker's plan to move to all-electric vehicles by 2030. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." Watch or read the Read more
Careers on the Move: Empowering Truck Owner-Operators, Drivers and Fleet Managers
February 18, 2021
The shipping industry has grown by leaps and bounds, especially with the onset of the pandemic. Many of us staying at home have taken full advantage of faster delivery times – and may have Read more
E2B: Post-Pandemic Demand, Pricing Point to Optimistic Natural Gas Outlook – Part 2
February 15, 2021
  While natural gas producers had a challenging year in 2020, there’s reason for optimism in 2021. In the second of a two-part conversation, host Daniel Litwin discusses with Steve Read more
Tesla’s Newest Chinese-Made Model Y Begins Deliveries
January 25, 2021
  China recently added another Chinese-made-and-sold Tesla to its stable, rolling out the Model Y electric SUV. The vehicle has now begun deliveries in the country, with Tesla’s Shanghai Read more