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Jul 06 2023
Volkswagen AG will start testing its autonomous vehicles on public roads for the first time this month in Austin, Texas.
Volkswagen XE:VOW said Thursday the test program will start with two vehicles this July, and expand to a fleet of 10 ID Buzz electric vans by the end of this year. The program plans to broaden its scope in Austin over the next three years, and eventually expand to atMarketWatch
Feb 15 2023
FILE - Tesla vehicles charge at a station in Emeryville, Calif., Aug. 10, 2022. Tesla will, for the first time, make some of its charging stations available to all U.S. electric vehicles, regardless of make, by the end of next year, under a new plan announced by the White House. The plan will make at least 7,500 chargers from Tesla's Supercharger and Destination Charger network available toThe Lufkin Daily News
Jul 12 2023
Shares of American Electric Power Co. Inc. AEP, rallied 1.42% to $87.24 Wednesday, on what proved to be an all-around great trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 Index SPX, rising 0.74% to 4,472.16 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, rising 0.25% to 34,347.43. This was the stock's third consecutive day of gains. American Electric Power Co. Inc. closed $18.36 belowMarketWatch
Jul 20 2023
BOSTON (WHDH) - The Massachusetts State House was back in business Thursday after an electrical fire forced the building to shut down earlier this week. The fire broke out on Tuesday afternoon, prompting an evacuation. The building then remained closed on Wednesday while an investigation into the fire’s cause continued, officials said. After a day spent working from home, officials and staffWHDH 7
Jun 20 2023
NORTH TEXAS (CBSNewsTexas.com) - The Electric Reliability Council of Texas is asking people to voluntarily reduce electricity use due to extreme temperatures and forecasted record demand. The Voluntary Conservation Notice is in effect Tuesday, June 20 from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. CT. The CBS News Texas First Alert Weather Team has also issued Weather Alerts for June 20 - 21. An excessive heat warningCBS News (Online)
Jun 28 2023
Automobile giant Ford is reducing its workforce, citing the company's Ford+ growth plan that seeks to focus on value creation and capitalizes on the electric vehicle industry. The cuts will reportedly affect engineering roles in the United States and Canada.International Business Times
Jun 26 2023
“Biden is a catastrophe for Michigan and his environmental extremism is heartless and disloyal and horrible for the American worker and you’re starting to see it. Driven by his ridiculous regulations, electric cars will kill more than half of U.S. auto jobs and decimate the suppliers and it’s going to decimate your jobs and it’s going to decimate more than anybody else, the state of MichiganJoeMyGod
Jun 12 2023
America’s fragmented electric grid, which was largely built to accommodate coal and gas plants, is becoming a major obstacle to efforts to fight climate change.
Tapping into the nation’s vast supplies of wind and solar energy would be one of the cheapest ways to cut the emissions that are dangerously heating the planet, studies have found. That would mean building thousands of windNew York Times (News)
Jul 27 2023
Seven major automakers revealed plans Wednesday to create an "unprecedented new charging network joint venture" across North America in a bid to make driving electric vehicles "even more attractive for millions of customers."
The project coordinated by BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz Group and Stellantis NV aims to have at least 30,000 chargers installed inFox Business
Jun 20 2023
A fire at an electric bike repair shop in New York early Tuesday morning killed four and injured five. Heavy smoke from the first-floor fire spread through the six-story building housing the shop. Personnel from the New York City Fire Department responded to the three-alarm fire in Manhattan at around 12:15 a.m., with flames already engulfing the first floor containing the e-bike shop. TheWashington Times