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Denver and Hertz: Why a New Public-Private Partnerships Can Expand the Growth of EVs

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EVs, or electric vehicles, are just as common today as gas-powered vehicles. But the benefits of EVs have skyrocketed the use of them in every aspect of the auto industry, and these Read more

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Public Libraries are Protecting Against Censorship and Introducing E-Sports
January 27, 2023

Within the last six to eight years, what qualifies as fact-based information has been challenged by several political groups and debates. Advocacy for censorship has been on the rise; this is especially true for young adult books involving LGBTQ+ themes and books centering around people of color. While censorship demands were predominately held in […]

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SmartSky Receives Supplemental Type Certificate for Dassault Falcon 900 Aircraft
January 27, 2023

Research Triangle, NC – January 17, 2023 – SmartSky Networks, the leading provider of inflight air-to-ground (ATG) connectivity for business aviation, today announced the completion of an STC for the installation of SmartSky’s flagship hardware system on the Dassault Falcon 900 series aircraft. The Falcon 900 series, with more than 400 aircraft in service, joins a […]

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Let’s Talk About AV as a Service
January 27, 2023

— AVaaS, or AV as a Service, is the future of the audio visual industry. However, the conversation around this shift has been an awkward one, and it’s time to call out the elephant in the room. The industry has largely excluded the end user and buyer communities from this conversation, but it’s important […]

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Denver and Hertz: Why a New Public-Private Partnerships Can Expand the Growth of EVs
January 26, 2023

EVs, or electric vehicles, are just as common today as gas-powered vehicles. But the benefits of EVs have skyrocketed the use of them in every aspect of the auto industry, and these advantages are responsible for their expanding growth. As EVs continue to increase in numbers on the road through regular interest, adding on to […]

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Volkswagen’s View of What Soaring Energy Prices Mean for the Road
December 2, 2022

2022 Energy prices have soared, making it costly to heat homes and other indoor areas. With winter quickly approaching, many Europeans are bracing for a difficult season. According to German automotive giant Volkswagen, these energy costs are also severely impacting electric vehicle production on the continent. Michael Davies, Founder of Green Econometrics breaks down all […]

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The Most POWERFUL Conference of the Year, The Battery Show 2022
September 30, 2022

Grant Harrell, host of Are We There Yet? had the pleasure of attending Informa Markets’ The Battery Show in Novi, Michigan from September 13-15, 2022. The show featured the latest trends and topics in the transportation and mobility industry. It is the “largest battery and electric vehicle technologies trade show in America.”  When it comes to […]

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How to Successfully Transition to EV Fleets
April 21, 2022

The importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions continues to make headline news. One of the easiest ways to do this is by transitioning traditional vehicles to all-electric vehicles and one industry that has the ability to make a significant impact in a short period of time is commercial transportation vehicles that operate on diesel fuel. […]

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Ford Ditches Gasoline for EVs in European Market
March 9, 2021

The global electric vehicle market is diversifying, with some of the automotive industry’s biggest names joining the fray and trying to carve out space in the rapidly expanding sector around the world. The latest to do so is Ford, which has reportedly invested $1 billion in an EV production facility in Germany as part […]

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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 lessen the environmental impact of the ways in which we get around. Can public transportation do its part to support climate-friendly strategies? […]

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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 Gigafactory, which Tesla founder Elon Musk calls a “template for future growth,” producing the cars. The company’s Shanghai factory is already proving to exceed capacity expectations; […]

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How UC Medical Center’s EVS Team Braved the Unknown During COVID-19 Pandemic
October 6, 2020

“Everything I’ve done in my role so far has prepared me for where we are now,” says Chelsea Bolton, Systems Safety & Training Manager. At the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Chelsea and her EVS team were unsure of what to expect when the pandemic hit. Having worked at the medical center for 3 years, […]

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Lithium Ion Battery Market Primed For More Explosive Growth
June 10, 2020

With climate change concerns increasing, the automotive and transportation industries are rapidly evolving to meet the needs of the environment. Electric vehicles (EVs) are continuing to innovate and evolve thanks to the revolutionary technology of lithium ion batteries, and this continued march toward more widespread utilization is driving unprecedented growth in the lithium ion battery market. EVs […]

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