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27 Jul 2016

GLOBAL SALES OF FUEL CELL CARS AND BUSES TO TOTAL MORE THAN 580,000

GLOBAL SALES OF FUEL CELL CARS AND BUSES TO TOTAL MORE THAN 580,000 A recent report from Navigant Research analyzes the market for fuel cell passenger cars and buses, including its drivers and barriers, with global sales forecasts, through 2024. Today’s fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) can be refilled in three to five minutes and can reach ranges of 300 miles or more between refills. Fuel cell stack efficiencies have also incrementally increased over time, and several automakers are developing vehicles that will be able to achieve ranges of more than 400 miles between refills. Click to tweet: According to a recent report from @NavigantRSRCH, global sales of fuel cell cars and buses are expected to total more than 580,000 from 2015 to 2024.



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26 Jul 2016

ELON MUSK DEVELOPS TESLA ELECTRIC SELF-DRIVING BUS

ELON MUSK DEVELOPS TESLA ELECTRIC SELF-DRIVING BUS Tesla’s CEO recently presented a second master plan, called Part Deux, 10 years after the first one was released. Elon Musk has some incredible things planned, or at least they sound amazing, including making self-driving electric trucks and buses. The new plan follows Musk’s 2006 similar declaration. Tesla has more or less achieved its initial goals, though it still has plenty of work left. But Tesla added additional objectives to its list like expand the electric vehicle product line to address all major segments, and develop a self-driving capability that is 10 times safer than manual via massive fleet learning



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22 Jul 2016

BYD DIVERSIFIES IN CHINA'S MONORAIL MARKET

BYD DIVERSIFIES IN CHINA'S MONORAIL MARKET BYD Co says to be in talks with several of China's smaller cities on building monorail systems to pre-empt traffic congestion spurred by rapid growth in automobile ownership. Monorail systems are a potential 3 trillion yuan ($450 billion) market in China, based on an average 70-kilometer (43.5-mile) network in each of an estimated 300 cities, and will become a new major growth area for the company, according to Chairman Wang Chuanfu.



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