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What Does The Growing U.S. EV Supply Chain Look Like? We Mapped It.

By James Morton Turner and Arzy Abliadzhyieva News of the deal between Senators Schumer and Manchin to extend and revise the incentives for electric vehicles...

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How Geothermal Plants Could Unlock Vast Supplies of Lithium in the American West

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Geothermal energy has long been the forgotten member of the clean energy family, overshadowed by relatively cheap solar and wind power, despite its proven potential. But that may soon change, for an unexpected reason. Geothermal technologies are on the verge of unlocking vast quantities of lithium from naturally-occurring hot brines beneath places like California’s Salton […]

Rivian is one of few pure EV makers that outsourced its electric motors

Pure electric vehicle companies have adopted numerous strategies to stand apart from the competition. Tesla makes a lot of its components in-house, including its vehicles’ electric motors. Even Lucid Motors, which is still ramping the Air’s production ramp, has been proudly highlighting that its electric motors, which were also developed in-house, are amazingly compact and […]

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Mastering the art of micro-grinding medical wire

During a medical procedure, the quality of the wire being used can mean the difference between a successful outcome and a product failure. One of the biggest distinguishing factors of an exceptional wire is tolerance—and that is achieved through superior micro-grinding capabilities. Over the years, micro-grinding has been growing as an aspect of advanced manufacturing …

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Russia and Belarus Sanctions Update – March 17, 2022

Key Takeaways:

  • U.S., UK, and EU impose additional sanctions in response to Russia’s continued escalation of conflict in Ukraine
  • U.S. imposes sanctions on human rights violators and senior Russian defense officials
  • UK sanctions over 370 Russian individuals, including 51 oligarchs and their family members
  • EU imposes investment and trade restrictions and sanctions Russian oligarchs, propagandists, state-owned entities, and defense sector entities


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Ukraine War Creating Parts Shortages for BMW, VW

BMW and Volkswagen AG, which depend on exports to bolster sales in the United States, report they are facing shortages of critical components made in Ukraine, now the midst of a deadly conflict with Russia, slowing production at the group’s key assembly plants in Germany, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

Wirebond IC Substrates: Challenges Ahead

Choosing the right substrate design and surface plating process is key to ensuring supplier support.

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Tesla Raises Prices — Again — as It Preps for Production in Germany

For the second time in less than a week, Tesla’s raised prices on its vehicles in the U.S. and China. The double-digit jumps come as the company is preparing to finally begin production at its Gigafactory in Germany. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

The Economic World War Brings Us an Expensive Decade

Since the Russia-Ukraine conflict on 24th February, followed by the invisible economic world war, wheat prices have increased by 34% (1), oil prices have increased by 40% (2), and nickel prices have increased by 221% (3).   As both the United States and the European Union declared plans to restrict or outright prohibit Russian oil, these […]

Firm marks progress towards circular supply chain for recycled rare-earth magnets

Metal recycler EMR says it is taking the next step in its efforts to create a sustainable, circular supply chain for rare earth magnets. Powerful neodymium (NdFeB) magnets are an essential material in a range of modern technologies, from electronic motors and audio speakers to the electric drive units (EDUs) that power the latest electric vehicles. […]

Tesla lands quick EPA approval for new mysterious Model Y variant

Tesla has evidently landed an EPA approval for a new variant of the Model Y all-electric crossover. A new 279-mile version of Tesla’s most popular vehicle appeared on the EPA’s Fuel Economy website last evening, confirming the vehicle has been tested by the agency. Teslarati recently reported that Tesla was awaiting EPA approval of the […]

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CEO Tavares “Confident” Stellantis Will “Catch Up” to Tesla

There are few who would argue that Tesla today doesn't lead the emerging market for battery-electric vehicles — but whether it can retain that position is a bit more uncertain, what with all the EV startups and established automakers now taking aim at it. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares says it will catch up — and quickly, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

Top 3 SPAC Targets – Energy Prices

SPACInsider contributors Anthony Sozzi and Sam Beattie this week compiled their three favorite potential SPAC targets among companies set to see increased demand among elevated energy prices. We look at why they are compelling and why each could be a fit for a blank-check merger. ...READ MORE

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