Tunç Doluca, President and CEO of Maxim Integrated, officially opens Maxim’s new design center in Dublin (From left to right: David Dwelley, Chief Technology Officer at Maxim Integrated; Jason Pearce, Executive Director IC Design, and Head of Dublin’s new design center; Tunç Doluca, President and CEO of Maxim Integrated; John Kirwan, Vice President of Global Customer Operations at Maxim Integrated)
In its quest to embrace emerging energy alternatives and to firm up
viable, customer-convenient automobile battery technology options,
Indian Oil Corporation (IndianOil) has firmed up its equity
participation in Phinergy, Israel, for production of metal-air
Ford revealed the all-new Mustang Mach-E to the European public for the
first time as the company launched a new ‘Go Electric’ experience that
will help consumers across the UK and Europe make an informed transition
to an electrified future.
The Swiss electricity producer and energy services provider Alpiq and
Mercedes-Benz Energy GmbH, a manufacturer of automotive energy storage
systems that is wholly owned by Daimler AG, have concluded a delivery
agreement addressing the stationary use of electric car batteries.
As the groundswell of demand for electric mobility builds Audi is moving
to make its growing EV and PHEV ranges ever more accessible through new
models like the e-tron 50, which is now available for UK ordering
priced from £59,900 ($77,870) OTR.
The European battery research project SeNSE has been officially
launched. Over the next four years, five research institutes and six
industrial companies from seven European countries will work together to
find solutions for the next generation of lithium-ion batteries.