Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are still a hot ticket right now for the electric-vehicle sector.
For more high-performance electric vehicle batteries, the market needs to plan for more lithium hydroxide today.
There are many reasons to be optimistic about electric vans and trucks. Why? First, let’s look at two important characteristics of the global commercial vehicle fleet: weight class and duty cycle.
The prospect of growing demand for clean aviation fuel is capturing the attention of producers, encouraging some to change course and prioritize the sector.
Our second whitepaper in this series 'Advancing sustainable materials' focuses on strategies for making more sustainable materials, with a particular lens on how we can make materials using more sustainable feedstocks.
Two-wheelers, three-wheelers and buses already are well on their way and can probably even achieve net zero well before 2050, thanks in large part to an early start in China with these segments that’s now spreading to other countries.
The wind sector brushed off the effects of Covid-19 in 2020 to install 97GW, smashing the previous record set for annual installations in 2015 by over 30GW.
The rollout of EVs will profoundly affect the oil market, but not equally.
Offshore wind could become an important way to produce hydrogen at scale. The project pipeline is growing rapidly, costs are falling and non-economic factors are poised to boost uptake.
Electric vehicles should be cheaper to buy on average than combustion vehicles in about five years, without subsidies.
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