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South Korean EV battery manufacturers to invest $35 billion by 2030

South Korean EV battery manufacturers to invest $35 billion by 2030

With an aim to become a major global force in electric vehicle (EV) battery sector and better compete with the likes of Japan and China, South Korea has revealed plans to invest 40.6 trillion won (US$35 billion) in its EV battery industry by 2030.

New South Wales announces new policy to boost EV adoption

New South Wales announces new policy to boost EV adoption

New South Wales (NSW) has announced an ambitious plan to encourage people to switch from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles (EVs).

U.S. hybrid sales outperform electric vehicles in April 2021: HIS Markit

U.S. hybrid sales outperform electric vehicles in April 2021: HIS Markit

Sales of battery-powered electric vehicles (BEVs) have seen a significant growth in the United States over the recent past; however, it is not the only growing segment of the automobiles as conventional hybrids are also growing at a fast rate.

Swapping personal car for e-bicycle saved over $50,000 in just 7 years: San Francisco woman

Swapping personal car for e-bicycle saved over $50,000 in just 7 years: San Francisco woman

Electric bicycles are not just fit for recreation but they also provide an efficient as well as cost-effective alternative to conventional fossil fuel-powered motorbikes and cars, a San Francisco woman’s personal experience showed.

Tesla to design & build affordable EV in China: Tom Zhu

Tesla to design & build affordable EV in China: Tom Zhu

Elon Musk-led electric vehicle pioneer Tesla Motors has confirmed that it is mulling plans to develop an affordable electric car in China, the world’s largest car market. China is also among the fastest growing EV markets in the world.

Culture Secretary urges search engines to block piracy sites

According to a BBC report, the UK Cultural Secretary Jeremy Hunt has urged Google as well as other search engines to block, from their search results, those websites that contain content that infringes copyrights.

As per the report, Hunt – addressing the Royal Television Society - said that organisations such as advertisers and credit card companies should also discontinue their dealings with sites which host pirated products.

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