As the world-wide push to electrify transport gains momentum, potential pitfalls have become apparent. The large-scale charging of electric vehicles, for example, risks overloading power grids and may not be sustainable, battery innovator Dr. Avishek Kumar told Fastmarkets in an interview
Why the last mile of charging infrastructure is the most challenging
Both battery electric and hydrogen technologies are vital for future transport emissions goals and customer needs
The prices for electrodes made from synthetic graphite have been rising strongly as a result of feedstock cost rises, increased competition and tightened product availability
Lithium-ion battery recycling and sustainable mining practices are key factors for EV growth
An industry expert has warned that in the next ten years demand for high-purity manganese is likely to exceed supply unless more attention is paid to the battery-grade metal
The decarbonization of the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain will be consumer-driven, industry experts told Fastmarkets EnergyCensus on the sidelines of the Electrified conference in London on Wednesday
UK to have 300,000 electric vehicle chargers by end of decade, government strategy shows
Biofuels producer, Neste, will supply 320,000 tonnes of aviation biofuel to the logistics company in one of the biggest offtake deals to date
Will the role of synthetic fuels be limited in the greener road ahead for vehicles in the UK?
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