Samuel Grom, Author at The Buzz - Electric Vehicle News
Apollo Tyres launches new EV all-season tire in Europe

Apollo Tyres launches the Vredestein Quatrac Pro EV, Europe’s first all-season tire developed specifically for electric vehicles and hybrids.

Prologis unveils California EV truck charging infrastructure

Prologis, a logistics real estate company, has unveiled two electric truck charging installations as part of its Prologis Mobility platform. The two charging sites will enable Performance Team, a national logistics company, to simultaneously charge up to 38 of its Volvo VNR Electric Class 8 battery-electric trucks. The projects – one in Sante Fe Springs

Production begins on the new Fisker all-electric SUV

Two trims of the model are already sold out in the United States market for 2023.

Bollinger chooses Our Next Energy for electric truck batteries

Bollinger Motors is partnering with Our Next Energy to receive modular linkable Aries battery packs to power its all-electric commercial platforms and chassis cabs. The company says it designed its all-electric class 4 through class 6 chassis cabs to have large payloads, sufficient range, durability, and longevity. Bollinger will launch its class 4 chassis cab

Six key market factors for commercial truck EV adoption

The electric commercial vehicle (ECV) market, with a global forecast of 31.4% compound annual growth through 2030, poses a myriad of challenges and opportunities for commercial truck OEMs, dealers, upfitters and customers. To assist in navigating the complex issues they face, Mitsubishi HC Capital America says it has identified six market factors to consider in

Hyperion launches stations for refueling both FCEVs and BEVs

Hyperion Motors, Inc. is launching its “Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations,” which will be capable of refueling both hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs). The mobilized refueling station will be available across the nation and can be deployed and redeployed when driving patterns change, the company says. Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations utilizing hydrogen-ion

Rimac Nevera becomes world’s fastest EV, obliterating Tesla’s speed record

The Rimac Nevera has set a top speed of 258 MPH, making it the fastest electric production car in the world. The record-breaking feat follows on from the Nevera’s independently verified 8.582-second quarter-mile run in 2021, which made it the world’s fastest accelerating production car. Previously, the record was held by a Tesla S Model

Vistra to launch free daily at-home EV charging

Vistra says it will launch a new technology-enabled retail electricity product through its flagship brand, TXU Energy, to use electric vehicle data to allow free daily home charging. The company says the solution will provide power backed by 100% renewable sources. With TXU Energy Free EV Miles, Vistra says customers will get a 100% discount

BendPak introduces new EV battery pack/powertrain lift

BendPak has released the EV2400SL EV battery pack and powertrain lifting system. The system is a push-around full-rise scissor lift table designed to replace electric vehicle battery packs and internal combustion powertrain components more efficiently. The company says the patent-pending design offers all the benefits of BendPak’s former SL24EVT lifting system with several user-friendly enhancements.

Volta Trucks, Siemens Smart Infrastructure partner on charging

Volta Trucks and Siemens Smart Infrastructure are collaborating to deliver comprehensive eMobility charging infrastructure and software to Volta Trucks customers, with the goal of simplifying, de-risking, and accelerating their transition to commercial fleet electrification. The partnership aims to bring together Volta Trucks’ “Truck-as-a-Service” and Siemens’ experience in electric vehicle support solutions. This includes software control

Volterra partners with power sports dealers across U.S.

Volterra has signed multiple authorized dealer appointment letters intending to enter into a formal dealer agreement with key power sports dealers across the U.S. Big #1 Motorsports in Birmingham, AL, Yamaha Sports Plaza in Fairview, OR and Express Powersports in Bourbonnais, IL are among the dealerships chosen for the planned distribution and sale of its

EasyGo replacing telephone kiosks with Tritium fast EV chargers in Ireland

EasyGo will make a multi-million Euro investment in new fast DC EV chargers in towns and villages around Ireland. This investment is part of a partnership with EIR, an Irish telecommunications company, where the companies will replace telephone kiosks with new electric vehicle chargers from Tritium. EasyGo has committed to deploying 200 fast DC chargers