Engineers at Purdue University have developed a new charging cable that uses phase-change cooling to allow for greatly increased current delivery. This, according to the American university’s researchers, could allow for even large commercial electric vehicles to be charged in as little as five minutes. One of the limiting factors for charging is the current Continue reading Cool new cable could expedite EV charging

New report prompts additional discussions about right to repair legislation Towards the end of last year, the Australian Government Productivity Commission published its inquiry report on the matter of right to repair.  Documented within the report is the new Competition and Consumer Amendment to the Motor Vehicle Service and Repair Information Sharing Scheme. This long-desired Continue reading Work continues on Right to Repair

EV specialist SEA Electric strikes major deal to equip American buses with electric powertrains Australian automotive technology company SEA Electric has partnered with Midwest Transit Equipment (MTE), America’s largest bus dealer, to convert 10,000 school buses to electric power.  The new partnership, which will entail the buses being converted to electric power over the next Continue reading Australian tech to electrify American buses