21 August 2020
21 August 2020
AutomotiveEV Live

automotiveEV – Thriving in a post COVID-19 mobility world.

Join industry leaders from across the automotive and mobility space for a unique knowledge sharing and discovery experience.

A fully comprehensive five-day programme, delivered by leading speakers across our eVIRTUAL platform, will cover the latest trends and strategies in a post a Covid-19 mobility, electrification, autonomous, sustainability and technology landscape.

New Tritium DC Fast Charger powers EVs to 80% in 15 minutes

New Tritium DC Fast Charger powers EVs to 80% in 15 minutes

The electric vehicle (EV) charging experience is now even closer to the speed of a gas station visit with the new DC fast charger from leading provider, Tritium. The RT175-S smart charging system powers EVs to an 80% charge in 15 minutes on average and is the first charger on the US market capable of Plug and Charge, a communications protocol enabling electric vehicles and charging equipment to communicate, authenticate and bill customers via the charging cable.

NIO launches Battery as a Service (BAAS) to make EVs more cost competitive and flexible

NIO launches Battery as a Service (BAAS) to make EVs more cost competitive and flexible

Premium EV manufacturer NIO has officially launched Battery as a Service (BaaS) for customers in China. Now, NIO BaaS users can purchase a car without the battery, making EVs more price competitive against existing powertrains, while also providing the flexibility to change battery capacity depending on their needs and pay accordingly.

Jaguar Land Rover upcycles aluminium to cut carbon emissions by a quarter

Jaguar Land Rover upcycles aluminium to cut carbon emissions by a quarter

Research by Jaguar Land Rover has revealed how an innovative recycling process could upcycle aluminium waste from drinks cans, bottle tops and end-of-life vehicles into the premium cars of the future and reduce production CO2 emissions by up to 26 per cent.

Elkem planning to set up large-scale battery materials plant in Norway

Elkem planning to set up large-scale battery materials plant in Norway

Elkem announced that it has selected Herøya Industrial Park as the site for a potential large-scale plant for battery graphite production in Norway. The project, named Northern Recharge, aims to supply the fast-growing battery industry through a competitive production process and make batteries greener with lower CO2 emissions.

Lunaz unveils world's first electric classic Rolls-Royce Cars

Lunaz unveils world's first electric classic Rolls-Royce Cars

Lunaz, the leading creator of electric classic cars, is delighted to announce the start of production of the world’s only electrified Rolls-Royce cars. The Rolls-Royce marque joins existing electrified classic cars from Jaguar and Bentley in the Lunaz portfolio.

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