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Will the adoption path for EV innovations similar to those for innovations in other industries?

Innovations are taking place in many points along the electric vehicle value chain. Even some of the value chain components thought to be commodities – regardless of whether it is conventional or electric vehicles – are undergoing transformation and innovation. Many of the innovations being attempted require significant resources – both financial and otherwise. Most innovations […]

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Are EV startups different from startups in other industries?

Electric vehicles are one of the most exciting domains for startups. For many bright brains from the fundamental sciences and engineering (and not just financial or software whiz kids), the e-mobility domain offers a rare opportunity for them to use their engineering skills and build an exciting venture. This alone – the different profiles of the […]

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Are innovations possible in mature products such as electric motors?

History tells us that the very first electric motor was made by Thomas Davenport of Vermont, who invented a battery-powered electric motor way back in 1834. That was a long time ago.  With an almost 200 year history, it will be no surprise that electric motors can be considered a mature product, with very large companies such as […]

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Will EVs have a different manufacturing paradigm compared to conventional vehicles?

Electric vehicles are giving the opportunity to many industry stakeholders to reimagine the vehicle as we know it – be it a car, truck, van or a bus. As completely new minds such Elon Musk and other bright pioneers from diverse domains such as design, software and even finance start working with a clean slate […]

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Could solar power play a big role in the EVs ecosystem?

Electric cars have no tailpipe emissions but that does not mean your trip on the electric vehicle resulted in no lifecycle emissions. Making those batteries (or electric vehicles) consumed energy, which in turn resulted in CO2 emissions somewhere. More important, the electrons that go into your battery when it gets charged more often than not […]

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Will material sciences have a dominant role to play in EV industry?

Until recently, conventional vehicles were dominated by mechanical engineering and petroleum engineering.  The former ensured the vehicles were safe and robust. The latter ensured that the vehicles had fuel from any place imaginable a reasonable price. Since 2000, even the conventional cars were being invaded by other engineering streams. Electronics and software became an increasing part […]

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