Lessons that the US can draw from China’s electric vehicle fast-charging technology

The US must develop direct current fast-charging (DCFC) technology to be relevant in the ongoing transition to electric vehicles. These public charging stations are crucial in the assurance that long-distance travelers to make their trips with ease. Moreover, the people who can’t afford home-charging technology will also benefit from these installations. The challenge in this […]

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Trina Solar opens a new business unit that will revolve around Energy Storage

Trina Solar is a renowned photovoltaic company in China, and in its efforts to focus on energy storage, it has launched a new business unit. Its purpose will be to cater to energy storage for microgrids and large industrial applications. Since there is a high demand for standalone, solar-plus-storage, the business unit’s target is to […]

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For the Blackjack program, DARPA has ordered six satellites from the Blue Canyon Technologies

According to a company spokesperson, Blue Canyon Technologies has secured a contract option valued at $26.5 million to manufacture six satellites for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. In addition to four satellites purchased in June under a $14.1 million deal, DARPA has exercised its option to acquire six more satellites. Under the Blackjack scheme, the deals were […]

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Delhi government has declared its support for the transition to electric vehicles

The Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC) unveiled the Switch Delhi program to encourage the private sector to invest in electric vehicles. This event happened on Tuesday, and New Delhi residents will be watching to see how this strategy turns out. The Switch Delhi project will involve WRI India, which is renowned for promoting environmentally friendly […]

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NASA should build a personnel and infrastructure plan, according to a safety panel

A safety panel urged NASA to take a comprehensive look at its personnel and infrastructure requirements. The agency’s control of its human spaceflight activities expands to include greater positions for businesses. Leaders of NASA’s Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) met on February 18 to reinforce questions posed in the agency’s annual report, which noted that […]

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