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In April, Natron Energy announced plans for the first commercial-scale production of sodium-ion batteries in the U.S., initially focusing on energy storage.
A new bill would tighten the federal EV tax credit rules about Foreign Entities of Concern, preventing Chinese electric cars from qualifying.
During the first quarter of 2024, Kia America delivered its second-highest sales figures in company history thanks to its SUVs and EVs.
CATL is negotiating a licensing agreement with GM to share LFP battery tech, including plans to establish a joint manufacturing facility in North America.
The first U.S. Hyundai EV plant will be open as soon as this October, allowing the company to qualify for the electric vehicle tax credit in 2024.
The $1.3 billion investment into Toyota’s Kentucky plant prepares it for the production of a three-row battery electric SUV tailored for the U.S. market.
Kia American continues its growth as it reports strong EV sales in January 2024.
Experts predict that 2024 is the year that EV charging will become convenient, reliable, and standardized.
A group of over 4,700 auto dealerships aims to stop the upcoming EPA tailpipe emissions regulation, sending a second letter to President Biden in January 2024.
Europe is leagues ahead of the US when it comes to EV adoption, but why is that and what can we learn from it?
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