Helping accelerate the development of electric drive vehicles.

Electric Drive Cargo Bicycle

SANTA CRUZ, CA — Creators at NTS Works, a start-up company based in Santa Cruz, Calif., are using their experience as founders, inventors, designers and battery technology developers at Zero Motorcycles to produce the 2×4 (pronounced “two-by-four”) electric cargo deli
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Advanced Electric Drive Vodcast

AED Vodcast: Hydrogen Fueling Stations

In our latest Amped Up vodcast, we’re pleased to introduce special guests Rick Scott of Shell Oil Products, and Steve Ellis from American Honda Motor Company, as they discuss hydrogen use as an alternative fuel for vehicles. Rick Scott explains the unique characteristics of Shel
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Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell Vehicle. Copyright General Motors. All rights reserved.

GM Fuel Cell Equinox Tops 100,000 Miles in Real-World Driving

DETROIT – One of General Motors’ fuel cell research vehicles recently passed a milestone for a hydrogen-powered vehicle, topping 100,000 miles of real-world driving. By using renewable hydrogen, this vehicle has saved 5,260 gallons of gasoline. At $3.50 per gallon, that’s
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Electric prototype runs at Fuji Speedway for the first time. Copyright Nissan. All rights reserved.

Nissan ZEOD RC Hits the Track for Japanese Fans at Fuji

FUJI, Japan – The Nissan ZEOD RC was unveiled at NISMO headquarters in Yokohama last Thursday and performed three demonstration runs at Fuji Speedway in conjunction with the Japanese round of the FIA World Endurance Championship. The Nissan ZEOD RC will complete an entire 8.5-mile lap
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Terrafugia TF-X Flying Car. Copyright Terrafugia. All rights reserved.

A Flying Car That Fits In Your Garage

Woburn, MA – Terrafugia Inc., the developer of the Transition® street-legal airplane, announced its vision for the future of personal transportation.  Building on its experience with the Transition® program, Terrafugia has begun feasibility studies of a four-seat, vertical takeoff and
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