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Ford Maverick Hybrid Pickup Starts At $19,995

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The word “maverick” comes to us from cattle ranching and means an unbranded calf or yearling. Over the years, it has also come to mean an unorthodox or independently minded person. Synonyms for maverick include individualist, nonconformist, free spirit, and trendsetter. The first Ford Maverick was a sporty two door coupe sold from 1970 through 1977 that was based on the Falcon chassis — the same chassis that formed the basis of the original Mustang.

Fast forward nearly 50 years and the Maverick name has reappeared in Ford’s lineup, this time as a compact pickup truck that is smaller than the current Ford Ranger. That in itself is big news, but what will really knock your socks off is that it comes standard with a hybrid powertrain that gets up to 40 miles per gallon in city driving.

Jennifer Sensiba first told the CleanTechnica community about the new Maverick pickup truck a few days ago. Since then, some new details have come to light. First, the base version of the truck will list for $19,995 according to TechCrunch. Car and Driver puts the starting price at $21,490. The difference is probably because one includes transportation charges while the other does not.

Way back in the ’60s, Datsun and Toyota introduced America to trucklets — handy sized pick-em-ups that were just perfect for weekend handymen who needed to haul building materials and appliances once in a while but drove them like passenger cars most of the time. America fell in love with these bite-sized machines, which soon spawned competitors like the Ford Courier and the Chevy L’UV.

But then Americans decided (with quite a lot of encouragement from manufacturers) that they wanted 4 doors, room for 5 passengers, leather seats, infotainment screens, and enough torque to rip stumps out of the ground or haul a camper to the mountains. To meet all those demands, the manufacturers started reducing the size of the cargo box, the very thing that was supposed to be the essence of a pickup truck in the first place.

The new Ford F-150 Lightning has a 5.5 foot bed, the new Ford Ranger has a 5.3 foot long bed, while the Maverick will make do with a 4.5 foot long cargo box. That’s barely long enough to get a 4′ by 8″ piece of sheetrock home, even with the tailgate down, but the Maverick does have 4 doors and room for 5 humans inside its unibody structure. The relationship between bed size and passenger space really says all that needs to be said about what many people today actually use these vehicles for.

There may be minor differences between the Maverick Hybrid and the Ford Escape Hybrid, but the two powertrains are kissing cousins if not fraternal twins. For one thing, the electric motor that is part of the hybrid system for the Maverick is the first designed and built in-house by Ford. The truck has a 27 kW/1.1 kWh battery — the same as the Escape Hybrid — but the motor is something special.

According to Motor Trend, it is an internal permanent-magnet reluctance design. That means it places magnets in V-shaped slots that help maximize magnetic attraction at some angles and minimize it (maximizing reluctance) in others. Tesla uses similar motors on the rear of its Model 3 Performance cars and in the Raven spec Model S and Model X Performance and Long Range models. The new motor weighs 20% less than the unit used in the Escape Hybrid.

The new hybrid powertrain couples a 2.5 liter inline-four to the electric motor for a total of 191 horsepower. The package uses a CVT transmission driving the front wheels. Maverick customers who want all-wheel drive can select a 2 liter EcoBoost 4 cylinder engine mated to a 8 speed automatic transmission. Towing capacity is 2000 lb for the hybrid or 4000 lb with the EcoBoost engine. The Escape Hybrid is available with all-wheel drive and Ford says AWD with the hybrid powertrain may be offered if enough people ask for it. [Gee, who would want that, huh? … If you said “everyone,” go to the head of  the class.]

Another trick Ford may have up its sleeve is a plug-in hybrid version of the Maverick. The sharp-eyed people at Motor Trend noticed the rear floor of the hybrid’s cab is slightly higher than the floor in the non-hybrid truck. The tiny hybrid battery occupies some of that extra room on the right side of the chassis, leaving plenty of room for a larger battery in the future. Is there a PHEV version of the Maverick in Ford’s future? The company scrupulously refuses to comment.

Even better than the extra fuel economy of a plug-in hybrid, Motor Trend says, is the availability of Ford’s Pro Power Onboard system that has proven so popular on some models of its full size pickup trucks. The ability to power up a campsite or a construction area miles from the nearest electrical outlet is a powerful sales tool. People are clamoring for this feature, which makes it likely someone at Ford is thinking about making it available to Maverick customers.

As it is, the Maverick comes standard with wifi connectivity plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There are generously sized places for drink bottles and extra room under the rear seat for small coolers and the like. The truck is available in XL, XLT, and Lariat models, with off-road packages optional on the top two trim levels. Ford has already begun accepting orders for the Maverick in all its configurations.

One last word about the cargo box: It can carry 1,500 lb and comes with two 12 volt power outlets. 110 volt and 400 watt outlets are available. There are four tie-down points, four D-rings, and threaded holes in the side of the bed to bolt in custom concepts. Use your smartphone to scan the QR code inside the load bed for ideas about do-it-yourself upgrades like a bike rack.

The Takeaway

As the American pickup truck gets bigger and bigger, many drivers find parking those behemoths to be a chore. Most of us have witnessed people backing and filling in parking lots as they try to squeeze into tight parking spots. Maybe, just maybe, folks don’t need a Stupid Duty to run a few trash cans to the local landfill or pick up a new circular saw at Home Despot.

The truth is, pickups today are used very much like the sedans of yesterday. They take us to work and back, bring the kids to soccer practice, or transport a couple of kayaks to the lake. Are there people who really use their pickups to haul big trailers or transport building materials in order to make a living? Of course there are, but full size trucks today often cost $50,000 or more. Is there a market for a truck that does 88% of what the big trucks do but costs half as much? Oh, you betcha.

At our monthly kugel and crepe fest last week, the CleanTechnica staff had a good laugh about the Maverick being a sort of Prius pickup, the vehicle Toyota could have made but never did. There were even a few suggestions that if Tesla offered such a vehicle at an affordable price, it would quickly become the best selling electric car in America. Everyone would want one!

What with the introduction of the new F-150 Lightning a few weeks ago and now news of the Maverick hybrid, Ford has suddenly become the legacy American automaker with the best products for the electric vehicle future. They really have got the bit between their teeth and are leading the way, while GM futzes with 9,000 lb electric Hummers that cost $112,500 and Dodge crams ever larger Hemi engines under the hood of its Ram pickups.

Ford’s offerings are aimed squarely at the heart of the market. That usually is a pretty astute sales strategy. With the new right-sized Maverick, Ford could very well have a major hit in the marketplace on its hands.


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Auto Dealerships Win Big in Connecticut — at the Expense of Tesla, Rivian, and Clean Air

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The EV Freedom Bill in Connecticut that so many were hoping would pass didn’t. Auto dealerships lobbied hard to fight this bill — and they won. One is even suing Tesla because they want to prevent Tesla from selling to its customers in their town. They are also suing that town.

The clutch of the dealerships also extends to so-called EV advocates, such as Plug In America, which changed its stand from supportive and in favor to neutral after pressure from the dealerships.

This shows not only the power the dealerships have over our elected officials, but also shows that we have so much work to do as advocates.

Companies such as Tesla and Rivian are not allowed to sell directly to their customers in many states, including Connecticut. Instead, EV buyers have to go out of state to pick up their cars, which is highly inconvenient. The CT Post reported that the legislation failed yet supporters such as the EV Club of Connecticut, Tesla Owners Club of Connecticut, and other EV supporters are not giving up.

James Chen, Rivian’s vice president of public policy and chief regulatory council (who we recently interviewed in depth on this matter), shared his thoughts to the CT Post in a statement. “Although the bill did not advance to completion, our broad coalition will continue to fight for consumer choice and the widespread availability of electric vehicles to all Connecticut residents,” said Chen. Chen has been doing this for several years, originally at Tesla. “Limiting sales of electric vehicles to a single method of distribution in (the) state is the wrong choice for the free market and blocks Connecticut from achieving its climate and economic development goals.”

Why This Is A Big Deal

Like many states, Connecticut has a plan to take on climate change. Last year, the state declared that it wanted to put more EVs on its roads. Energy News Network noted that the state committed to deploying 125,000 to 150,000 EVs by 2025 while adding that progress will be tough. Considering that 84% of the EVs sold in Connecticut are bought directly from manufacturers and the state ruled in favor of dealerships, I think “tough” is putting it mildly.

Advocates are not giving up, though. I chatted with the Tesla Owners Club of Connecticut and they emphasized this as well.

“We are stronger with every passing year. Our key is our members. We have the BEST, most passionate members. We will win soon enough, trust me.”

How To Buy A Tesla In Connecticut

You can still purchase a Tesla in Connecticut directly from Tesla, or a Rivian from Rivian, but you will have to jump through some hoops to get it home. Tinker Try It At Home explained it in a blog post. Connecticut residents can test drive, order, and take delivery of a new Tesla, and so far, 5,879 have done this.

The blog gives you 3 steps on how to do this:

  • Schedule a test drive at the Milford Connecticut Service Center.
  • Place your order online.
  • Take delivery at Tesla Mt. Kisco in New York.

There’s even a Q&A section on the blog that covers taxes, temporary plates, and other information.


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24% Plugin Vehicle Market Share In Germany!

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The German plugin vehicle market scored over 54,000 registrations last month, with both technologies rising fast (+380% year over year for BEVs and +303% YoY for PHEVs). As a result, last month’s plugin share ended at 24% (12% BEV), and BEVs were just 436 units away from beating plugin hybrids — the closest that pure electrics have been from beating their PHEV rivals this year. It looks like BEVs are on their way to recovering the upper hand over their technology rivals.

The yearly plugin vehicle market share remained at 22% (10% BEV), so this market is firmly in The Disruption Zone and well ahead of last year’s score of 14% plugin vehicle market share. Will we see final 2021 market share hit 25%?

Looking at last month’s best sellers, the Tesla Model 3 had a strong mid-quarter month, hitting 2,749 registrations, and while that wasn’t enough to reach best seller status (better luck in June with perhaps 4,500 deliveries?), the sports sedan did manage to get in the way of the two Volkswagen frontrunners. However, the little old e-Up won its 3rd best seller trophy this year, while the ID.3 hatchback closed out the podium with 2,252 registrations, 123 more than the Volkswagen Golf PHEV. Yes, that means there were 3 Volkswagens in the top 4 spots!

In the 5th spot, we have a surprise, with the Ford Kuga PHEV beating its own record and registering 1,703 units. In 7th we have a rising star, with the Skoda Enyaq jumping into the first half of the table in only its second full month on the market, which could mean that the Czech EV will jump into the top 5 soon.

One model that continues to underperform is the Volkswagen ID.4, ending the month just in 10th, with 1,277 registrations. Beaten at home by its Czech sibling Enyaq?… Ouch, that must have hurt!

In the second half of the table, a reference goes out to the consistent performances of the Opel Corsa EV, again in #12, while its Stellantis partner, the Fiat 500e, joined the table in #15 thanks to a record 941 deliveries. That’s a small feat for the little Italian, considering that both the VW e-Up and Smart Fortwo EV have a strong grip on the EV city car category in Germany.

Highlighting the feverish new model launch rhythm of the Volkswagen Group, we have two new faces in the top 20 coming from the German conglomerate, with the Spanish Cupra Formentor PHEV showing up in #18 thanks to a record 879 deliveries of the sporty crossover, and the Audi Q3 PHEV also debuting in the table, at #19 in this case thanks to 858 registrations, also a record performance.

Outside this top 20, a mention goes out to two important landings for Hyundai. The PHEV version of the popular Tucson SUV got its first 549 registrations, a strong showing for a landing month, so we better keep an eye on this plugin SUV. Also, the Korean automaker registered its first 175 units of the brand new Ioniq 5, an XL retro-hatchback that thinks its an SUV while the truth is that beyond that unique personality lies a very competent (hatchback? crossover?) vehicle, with top notch specs and some unique features. Let’s hope the higher than expected price (and/or production constraints) will not create obstacles to a vehicle that has everything needed to become a success story.

And, finally, a reference is due for two local EVs that are slowly ramping up deliveries, with the BMW iX3 scoring a record 261 registrations while the Mercedes EQA is at 231 registrations.

Regarding the 2021 table, the small Volkswagen e-Up continues to gain ground over the competition, so the veteran EV is currently the favorite for the 2021 Best Seller award (assuming VW doesn’t limit production…). Behind it, the Tesla Model 3 jumped two positions, to 3rd, and should profit from Tesla’s usual end-of-quarter peak to surpass runner-up Volkswagen ID.3 in June.

Another model on the rise was the Renault Zoe, which climbed to 7th, thus making it 6 BEVs in the top 7 positions.

In the second half of the table, there’s more to talk about. The BMW i3 had a good month, with the sporty hatchback jumping two spots to #11, surpassing its sibling BMW 330e PHEV and establishing itself as the best selling BMW model on the table.

But the Climber of the Month was the Seat Leon PHEV, jumping 6 positions to #13, while the Opel Corsa EV continued to climb positions in the table as well, going up two spots to #15.

The Volkswagen ID.4 (finally!) joined the table, in #19, being the 8th model coming from the Volkswagen Group in this top 20.

In the brand ranking, Volkswagen (19%, up 1 percentage point) is clearly leading its home market, followed by Mercedes (11%, up 1 percentage point) and BMW (9%), while #4 Audi (7%) is not too far away.

Looking at the ranking by OEM, the Volkswagen Group has its domestic market well in control, with an impressive 36% share, followed at a distance by Daimler (16%) and the BMW Group (12%), while the Best Selling Foreign (well, mostly foreign…) Automotive Group is Stellantis (9%). Once again, without rocking the boat, Stellantis is delivering solid performances across Europe, and in Germany in particular, where it has a comfortable advantage over the #5 Hyundai-Kia collab and #6 Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.


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GEM Is A Gem In The Battery Recycling Industry That Was Inspired By A Toothpaste Experiment

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GEM Co., Ltd., which stands for “Green, Eco-manufacture,” has an interesting history. Today it is one of the largest battery recycling plants in China and has more than 10 years of experience in the industry. It’s had its up and downs, but through it all, it’s built a multi-directional and cross-regional battery waste recycling system.

I was actually looking at an initial news piece about the company’s latest investment when I stumbled onto an interview with its Chairman, Kaihua Xu, who wasn’t always an entrepreneur. He was previously an academic. It’s often small or mundane things that lead us on our paths in life, and for Xu, the success of an experiment with toothpaste was what inspired him to go in this direction.

How Toothpaste Led One Man Onto A Journey Into Battery Recycling

In a recent interview with Fastmarkets Industrial Minerals, GEM’s chairman, Kaihua Xu, spoke about the unlimited resources of recycling. The chairman has been focused on recycling in China since the mid-1990s and his company handles 10% of the recycling of electronic waste and 10% of discarded batteries in China. It also handles 5% of automobile recycling.

In this interview, he shared his story of how he got into recycling. As noted above, it started with toothpaste. He was studying at Central South University, a school that is well known for cultivating talents in metallurgy in China. Xu was researching the recycling of tin from toothpaste tubes as his college graduation project in 1985. I find this interesting because for as long as I can remember, we use plastic tubes for our toothpaste here.

“If I can extract tin from toothpaste tube wastes and produce the recycled tin into stannous sulfate, it will help to cut China’s dependence on imported cargoes,” Xu recalled.

This was during a time in which China relied on imports of stannous sulfate, a coloring pigment used in aluminum extrusion manufacturing. His project was successful and it inspired Xu to choose recycling as his academic direction.

GEM was the first company in China to adopt the idea of “resources are limited, recycling is unlimited,” and implemented urban mining. He shared the history of starting GEM and explained one of the reasons why GEM was founded in Shenzhen.

He noted that the city was a vibrant hub of consumer electronics in southern China and that it was a place where entrepreneurs could establish their business with minimal initial investments. This was due to the support of the local government.

“The other driver for us to do green industry in Shenzhen was that the European Union introduced the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment,” Xu said. “That is also why the Shenzhen government supported us in the eco-industry because the city was the center for manufacturing consumer electronics.”

His interview is actually pretty moving and he shared some of the struggles his company has overcome while keeping the focus on recycling. There were some setbacks such as the pressures of capital flows, and at one time, the company could barely manage its operations. “Commercializing this technology needed a lot of investments. Besides, the business required a high occupation of capital, but the payment period for electronics manufacturers was quite long,” Xu said.

He also had two business partners who quit and was suddenly in a situation where he could barely afford the water and electricity fees for the operations or the employees’ salaries. However, he didn’t give up, and kept his focus on recycling.

“I had to stick to my initial aspiration. There needs to be someone who practiced those recycling innovations in manufacturing in order to solve the bottleneck of resources and the environment,” Xu said. “We were seeking light in the darkness.”

Things began to look up when he changed the direction of the business from lead-free solder manufacturing to battery recycling in 2003. He had to solve two problems. The first was to find a business pattern that could generate cash. The second was to find venture capital to invest in the operations. After this, the company began recycling nickel and cobalt from battery waste material which was priced at a low cost. The company then produced the material into a nickel and cobalt powder which had high values.

Since then, the company set up a business model and supply chain that enables it to stand up to the competition in light of the increasing number of recycling companies. Xu touched upon this as well. “Recycling is a business that can be dated back in ancient Chinese history. But why were there no notable recycling enterprises in China? It was because we did not find a business model that combines technology, management, and profit-making,” he said.

He pointed out that GEM’s focus has been on technology innovations, since you need advanced technology to recycle electronics. He added that his company has invested 2.5 billion yuan ($387.4 million) in research and development over the past five years.

The interview is rather inspiring — a story of how someone didn’t give up on their dreams and kept on going. You can read the full interview here.

GEM’s Recent News: Investing 1.8 billion RMB Into A Battery Recycling & Precursor Production Plant

Gem recently announced that it will invest 1.8 billion RMB ($278.9 million) into a new battery recycling and precursor production plant in the Jiangsu province, north of Shanghai, China. The new plant will process battery scrap and have an output of 30,000 tonnes of NMC/NCA precursor, which are types of common cathode materials.

The plant will also process 10,000 tonnes of cobalt tetroxide and 3,000 tonnes of lithium-phosphate material, which is a first for GEM. The capacity will be over 120,000 tonnes of material on a cell level if the production is fed entirely by scrap metal.

Construction on the precursor plant is planned sometime this month, with staged commissioning between June 2022 and December 2023. The new plants will help GEM stand out in Shanghai in the same manner it already has done in Wuhan. In Wuhan, it has the full ability to disassemble vehicles, grade and repurpose batteries, and then recycle the batteries.


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NREL Announces Plans To Collaborate With Georgia Institute of Technology

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The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the Georgia Institute of Technology have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to bolster the interactions, collaborations, and joint scientific output of both institutions.

The purpose of the MOU is to leverage the expansive capabilities and infrastructure of both institutions in a multidisciplinary approach; expose a pipeline of talent to challenges of practical importance and complex nature early in their academic programs; and introduce new ideas, science, and technology into the industrial and federal marketplace with jointly developed intellectual property.

Image courtesy of NREL, the U.S. Department of Energy.

“We are excited about this MOU, which will facilitate expanded collaboration between NREL and Georgia Tech’s esteemed faculty and first-rate students,” said Peter Green, deputy laboratory director and science and technology officer at NREL. “Together we will leverage the significant intellectual, research, and infrastructure capabilities of both institutions to address some of the critical large-scale, complex research challenges facing industry during the energy transition.”

It is anticipated the collaborative projects between the two institutions will:

  • Support goals that are complementary to those held by both institutions
  • Share and leverage specialized or unique research facilities and equipment
  • Increase inter-institutional collaborative engagement of faculty, staff, and students
  • Look for opportunities for additional joint research initiatives and joint appointments.

“Building deep, substantive partnerships to impact society’s most urgent challenges is a major priority for Georgia Tech’s research enterprise,” said Chaouki Abdallah, executive vice president for research at Georgia Tech. “We are excited about the possibilities for collaborative, innovative energy-related research with NREL, which has the potential to improve human lives and the world at large.”

The agreement also acknowledges that the energy research environment is evolving. Energy-related research topics are becoming more complex, and the pipeline of research talent is changing due to shifts in academic programs related to energy and the level of student interest in energy-related research as a career. The potential long-term benefits of creating and disseminating new energy technologies for the public good is regarded by the academic community as an increasingly important consideration for the nation’s economy and its prospects for energy security. Leaders from NREL and Georgia Tech agree that the outcomes from this memorandum of understanding will advance our ability to address this evolving landscape.

NREL is the U.S. Department of Energy’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development. NREL is operated for the Energy Department by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.

Article courtesy of NREL, the U.S. Department of Energy.


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