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  • e.GO Life receives special equipment suitable for the disabled

    e.GO Life receives special equipment suitable for the disabled

    The Aachen-based e-car manufacturer Next e.GO Mobile, together with the vehicle manufacturer Sodermanns Automobile, presented an e.GO Life that was converted for people with disabilities. In total, the small electric car comes up with 20 different adjustments in this version.

    The converted e.GO Life can be ordered from e.GO Mobile or from one of the manufacturer's sales partners. The conversion will then take place at Sodermanns in Wassenberg, North Rhine-Westphalia. "The e.GO...
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  • Neom orders 15 eVTOLs from Volocopter

    Neom orders 15 eVTOLs from Volocopter

    Volocopter is to supply electric aircraft for the planned city of Neom in Saudi Arabia. To this end, the partners have set up a joint venture to set up an eVTOL mobility system. Neom has ordered 15 Volocopter aircraft and plans to start operations within the next two to three years.


    According to the announcement, the joint venture will be the sole operator of the first routes in the planned city. It's not just about air taxi services, but also “vertical logistics services...
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  • Swedish startup Uniti about to file for bankruptcy

    Swedish startup Uniti about to file for bankruptcy

    The Swedish electric car startup Uniti has returned with news after a long break in communication. Accordingly, the pandemic has severely affected the company. Bridging financing that was promised for the end of November has also been delayed - which is currently endangering the company's existence.


    As Uniti CEO Lewis Horne announced on LinkedIn, the company was struggling with the effects of the pandemic and had to reduce its team to an absolute minimum. There are negotiations...
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  • VinFast is expected to be listed on the US stock exchange in the second half of 2022

    Vietnam's conglomerate Vingroup plans to list its VinFast e-car division on the US stock exchange in the second half of 2022 and thereby raise at least three billion dollars. The company is also aiming to sell three times as many electric cars in the coming year as previously planned.

    Reuters reports this, citing a statement from the group. According to the report, VinFast had already indicated in April that it was preparing to go public with a valuation of $ 60 billion and expected...
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  • Netherlands wants Rivian's European plant

    Netherlands wants Rivian's European plant

    There have been rumors about a European plant of the US electric vehicle manufacturer Rivian for a long time. While a production facility near Bristol in England was previously the favorite, the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs has now confirmed that talks are being held with Rivian about a very specific location in the country.


    This is said to be the VDL Nedcar manufacturing plant. Rivian could not only produce its vehicles there, but also take over VDL Nedcar completely....
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  • Nikola orders electrolysers from Nel

    Nikola orders electrolysers from Nel

    The US manufacturer Nikola, best known for his plans for fuel cell and battery trucks, has placed a $ 30 million order with the Norwegian hydrogen specialist Nel to supply electrolysers.


    With the alkali electrolysers from Nel, Nikola wants to equip the first five hydrogen filling stations in order to generate the necessary hydrogen on site. The production capacity per unit is eight tons per day, making a total of 40 tons.

    "These electrolyzers will support five...
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