Electrical

The Parking Spot Announces New Electric Shuttle Pilot

CHICAGO, Aug. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, The Parking Spot, the nation’s largest near-airport parking company, unveiled its first 100% electric shuttle, which will help serve Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) travelers going to and from the airport . The new shuttle was developed in partnership with Global Transportation Solutions, Inc. The Parking Spot …

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Greaves Cotton exploring export opportunities for electric 2-wheelers

Greaves Cotton is exploring export opportunities for its Ampere brand of electric two-wheelers bolstered by the recent investment from global investor Abdul Latif Jameel in the e-mobility arm. In an interaction with PTI, Greaves Cotton Managing Director and Group CEO Nagesh Basavanhalli said that Greaves Electric Mobility is working on new products, both in two …

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Meyers Manx All-Electric Dune Buggy Marks An Electrifying Return After 60 Years

The Meyers Manx, a legendary 50-year-old dune buggy that has been imitated countless times, will return in 2023. But it’s electric this time. In order to create a competitive off-road racing vehicle, Meyers Manx, a California-based company, was the first to convert a Volkswagen Beetle into a dune buggy in 1964. The dune buggy was …

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Electrical fire at Coptic church in Cairo kills at least 41; injures 14- The New Indian Express

By AFP CAIRO: More than 40 people were killed when a fire ripped through a Coptic Christian church in a working-class district of greater Cairo during Sunday mass, church officials said. The blaze, blamed on an electrical fault, hit the Abu Sifin church located in the densely populated Imbaba neighborhood west of the Nile river, …

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Rise of electric vehicles leaves Roanoke Valley company newly energized | Business Local

There’s a new type of super highway set to unfurl across the country — 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations, planned to be built by 2030, an accelerated expansion kickstarted by a major federal infrastructure bill. The move, which will grow the nation’s inventory of public charging stations by fivefold, aims to create the first, coast-to-coast …

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87 MPH InMotion V13 Challenger electric unicycle launched

The InMotion V13 Challenger electric unicycle has just been unveiled, touting its maximum speed as the “fastest in the world” among other leading high power electric unicycles. Increasingly powerful electric unicycles The electric unicycle market is an often overlooked niche of the larger world of micromobility vehicles. These personal electric vehicles are designed to offer …

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Indiana faces challenges in supporting surging electric vehicle market | News

ANDERSON — One of the best features of her 5-year-old BMW X5, according to Lisa Putnam, is that she can avoid a trip to the gas station for up to three months. But she acknowledges complications that come with owning a hybrid SUV. Those complications provide a taste of what other electric vehicle owners are …

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Interior designer sparks row by installing ‘horrific’ electric gates at 18th century hunting lodge

A fierce war of words has broken out between distinguished interior designers over the installation of electric gates at a famous National Trust hunting lodge in Hampshire. Critics have been left enraged at the ‘horrific’ gates installed by the new owner of the Odiham Hunting Lodge’s, Francis Sultana, which appeared before planning permission was granted, …

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