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Michigan Leans Into the Future of Mobility: Project Underway to Build First in the U.S. Wireless In-Road Charging System in Detroit for EVs

Some might believe that the automotive industry’s future lies in automated, self-driving vehicles that allow passengers to relax and enjoy the ride to their destination. However, due to a plethora of environmental concerns, the future…

From Built Ford Tough to Building a Better Planet, Siemens eMobility Delivers a Custom EV Charger for the Ford F-150 Lightning

Meeting the demand for increasingly climate-friendly solutions across various industries, the onset and growing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) has become exceedingly prominent for consumers eager to solve the global climate issue by purchasing vehicles…

The True Costs of Lithium Extraction: A Grim Reality for EV Owners

Political turbulence in Afghanistan means the cost of lithium-ion batteries will skyrocket. The Taliban now controls one of the world’s largest lithium deposits. With the global demand for lithium (and lithium extraction) expected to grow 40 fold by 2040,…

What Grid Storage Investing Will Look Like — Post-COVID-19

There are two global markets that drive the demand for energy storage: stationary (old-school power) storage and electric vehicles (EVs). For the short term — through 2025, which is only four years out — energy storage deployment…

Understanding the Infrastructure Bill: How Manufacturing Companies Can Benefit by Transforming Federally Distributed Capital Into Industrial Innovation

The infrastructure bill is massive, and the interdependencies within it are important to grasp and optimize. For example, access to high-speed broadband, both fiber and 5G wireless, impacts nearly every other category of earmarked investments.…

We Can Cross That Bridge, Now That We’ve Come to It

After years of Washington gridlock and inaction on the urgent need to upgrade America’s infrastructure, yesterday, the 2021 bipartisan Infrastructure Bill was signed into law. There is not a single industry that will not benefit,…

Progress at the Intersection of Smart Cities and the American Recovery Act

Today, numerous cities across the US and the globe as well, are quickly adopting and leveraging innovative technologies, transitioning into what has been deemed “smart cities.” Harnessing digital technology and intelligent design to create a…

SPACs In Clean Energy — Not Always A Shell Game

These past weeks have been a perfect storm for the clean energy industry. The cyberhack of the Colonial Pipeline shut down gas stations from Houston to New Jersey, highlighting how fragile our digital infrastructure really…

Driving the Future Forward with Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries: Made in Alabama

At the end of 2020, the market capitalization of Tesla was roughly equivalent to that of the nine largest automakers in the world combined.  In 2019, over 3 million Electric Vehicles (EVs) were sold, and…