Articles by tag: EV

Positioning the U.S. in the Electric Vehicle Market Requires the Development of a Domestic Supply Chain

Recent trends in the automotive industry are indicating that there’s a significant pivot towards electric vehicles (EVs), driven by global sustainability goals and technological advancements. As nations around the world race to dominate the growing EV market, the United States faces a crucial challenge: building a robust, domestic EV supply chain. From mining rare…

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Consumer Education is Central, if the U.S. Wants to Lead Electric Vehicle Innovation

The global competition in the electric vehicle (EV) sector is intensifying and U.S. manufacturers are focusing on innovative strategies just to stay ahead. The key to achieving this effort is educating consumers about the benefits of EVs and fostering collaborations between industries and governments. These initiatives aim to make EVs more accessible and affordable,…

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Competitive Landscape of the Electric Vehicle Market is Reliant on Pricing and Supply Chain Management

Global emphasis on sustainability is intensifying and both consumers and industries alike are looking toward electric vehicles as a viable alternative to traditional combustion engines. As a result, the electric vehicle (EV) market is now critical. However, the competitiveness of EVs hinges significantly on strategic pricing and effective supply chain management—especially concerning battery production,…

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Affordability of Electric Vehicles Also Hinges on Proper EV Charging Infrastructure

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution continues to gain momentum, and naturally the spotlight intensifies on the crucial issue of finding EV charging stations and the broader state of EV charging infrastructure. Against the backdrop of increasing EV adoption and growing concerns regarding range anxiety, the urgency to address these challenges is a pressing matter….

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InCharge Energy Builds Connection and Team Strength Through Hiking

The InCharge Energy team, led by SVP of Operations and Richmond native Van Wilkins, embarked on a three-mile team-building hike through Richmond, Virginia, exploring historical sites. In this special segment, a brief look into the hike included the Potterfield Memorial Bridge, with members from finance, marketing, engineering, field service, and programs departments all participating…

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EV Drivers Need to Be InControl in Preparation for Cold Weather

As electric vehicle (EV) owners prepare for winter, how can they ensure their vehicles remain fully charged and ready to face cold weather conditions without constant supervision?  Russell Schmidt, Vice President of Digital Products at InCharge Energy, offers some clarity into how their proprietary charge management software, InControl, not only addresses range anxiety in…

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The EV Industry Needs Standardization as Convenient as Filling Up at the Gas Pump for Improved Growth

The burgeoning field of electric vehicle (EV) technology is often characterized by rapid innovation, which makes industry-wide standardization a difficult, albeit crucial, endeavor. But with Texas mandating Tesla technology for EV charging new questions arise. The challenge of standardization has long been how to reconcile divergent visions for charging infrastructure. While Tesla’s CEO Elon…

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With Walmart Health Shuttering Its Doors, Retail Healthcare Has to Rethink Its Role & Strategy in Primary Care
May 28, 2024

Retail healthcare is an uncertain slice of the U.S. healthcare industry, being defined by both recent strategic retreats and bold expansions which have sparked crucial discussions about the future of primary care services within the retail sector. The most recent news that shocked the industry was the shuttering of Walmart Health, Walmart’s 51 health…

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Edge Computing is the Foundation for Scaled Smart Cities. How Can the Industry Accelerate Adoption?
May 28, 2024

As cities globally accelerate their transformation into “smart cities,” the integration of a capable computing ecosystem to complement smart city initiatives has become an important part of smart city success. How critical will edge computing be in that ecosystem, and in the facilitation of today’s and tomorrow’s smart city projects, especially with where smart…

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The Global Privacy Revolution: Navigating the New Landscape of Data Collection and Integration
May 28, 2024

The Global Privacy Revolution: Navigating the New Landscape of Data Collection and Integration In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, the global emphasis on privacy is emerging as a powerful disruptor, fundamentally transforming how businesses collect and integrate customer data. This shift is not merely a regulatory hurdle but a profound evolution in societal values, recognizing…

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Continuous Improvement in Threat Assessment Practices
May 28, 2024

In this episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with Dr. Marisa Randazzo to discuss the importance of continuous improvement in threat assessment practices.  Dr. Randazzo shares her extensive experience in threat assessment, emphasizing the importance of quality training and to regularly evaluate and enhance their threat assessment…

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Texas’ Recent EV Mandate is a Plus For Tesla. Will it Make Charging Easier to Access for EV Drivers?
August 29, 2023

As electric vehicles (EVs) gain traction the concept of the EV mandate will follow. The question isn’t just about the cars themselves, but the infrastructure supporting them. Two weeks ago, Texas mandated specifying that in order for electric vehicle charging companies to get federal funds, they must have Tesla’s charging technology at their charging…

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Gasonomics: Mergers and Acquisitions in the Energy Sector
May 22, 2023

The energy economy has been unpredictable as of late for a number of reasons, including the changing of federal administration in early 2021. As a result, the amount of mergers and acquisitions in the energy sector has been lower. How does this happen, what does it mean for current energy solutions, and what can be…

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The Future of Advanced Manufacturing Is Here: Part 2
May 17, 2023

Original Post Date: August 25, 2022 Updated Post: May 17, 2023 When the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing launched in June 2022, Cynthia Hutchison, the Head of the Centre, met up with me and Kevin Czinger, CEO of Divergent3D & Czinger Vehicles. Czinger is simply a phenomenon.  He comes from a proud family of mechanics…

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The Future of Advanced Manufacturing is Here: Part 1
May 16, 2023

Original Post Date: Aug. 25, 2022 Content Updated: May 16, 2023   When the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing launched in June 2022, Cynthia Hutchison, the Head of the Centre, met up with me and Kevin Czinger, CEO of Divergent3D & Czinger Vehicles. Kevin Czinger is simply a phenomenon.  He comes from a proud family…

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The Impact of Free EV Rideshare on the Electric Vehicle Market
April 10, 2023

Electric vehicles (EVs) have become a hot topic in recent years, as more and more people are becoming aware of their benefits to the environment and their finances. One of the biggest hurdles to EV adoption is the lack of public charging infrastructure, which has deterred many from making the switch. However, a new…

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The Impact of Free EV Rideshare on the Electric Vehicle Market
April 10, 2023

Electric vehicles (EVs) have become a hot topic in recent years, as more and more people are becoming aware of the benefits to the environment and their finances. One of the biggest hurdles to EV adoption is the lack of public charging infrastructure, which has deterred many from making the switch. However, a new…

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The Northeast is Prepping its Highways for Electric Trucking. Experts Say Energy Storage Infrastructure is a First Priority.
March 23, 2023

As the electrification of diesel-powered trucks increases along the Northeast’s major freight corridors, there is an imminent need for major transmission upgrades and expansion of vehicle charging infrastructure. A key part of that strategy will likely include preparing state highways for electric trucking and its high energy loads. National Grid, the New York and Massachusetts-based…

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Here Come the Little Electric Pickup Trucks
January 29, 2023

(Bloomberg) —Having zipped from six-figure sedans to Costco-crushing SUVs, electrification is finally zeroing in on the auto industry’s most esoteric form: the tiny pickup truck. At least two major carmakers are considering adding small, battery-powered pickups to their growing parade of EVs.At General Motors Co., spokesman Stuart Fowle says a pint-sized pickup is one of several…

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CES 2023: Mobility Technologies Drive Discussion and Innovation at CES
January 17, 2023

It’s that time of year again: CES time, with CES 2023 now behind us and a week’s worth of insights and standard-setting technologies carving a yearlong path for the consumer electronics industry. The spread of CES 2023 technologies and products was as exciting as ever, and MarketScale had a firsthand look at the top products…

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