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Electric Vehicle Association of Alberta – Renewable

Electric Vehicle Association of Alberta – Renewable

– Meet the Electric Vehicle Association of Alberta. Well, like, two of them. There’s a lot more. Electric vehicle ownership isn’t mainstream, yet. Not anywhere, really, and not here in Edmonton, Alberta. But the Electric Vehicle Association of Alberta, they have done the road trips, they have faced the Alberta weather, they are convinced that […]

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Shai Agassi: A new ecosystem for electric cars

Shai Agassi: A new ecosystem for electric cars

So how would you run a whole country without oil? That’s the question that sort of hit me in the middle of a Davos afternoon about four years ago. It never left my brain. And I started playing with it more like a puzzle. The original thought I had: this must be ethanol. So I […]

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Volvo Trucks – First electric Volvo trucks delivered to customers

Volvo Trucks – First electric Volvo trucks delivered to customers

Thank you for coming here and sharing this very historic moment with Volvo Trucks, delivering on our very first electrical trucks to customers. City transport is the first phase in our electric mobility programme. The benefits from cleaner and more silent city transport will increase the quality of life. Lower emissions, silent transport and strong […]

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How an automobile engine works

How an automobile engine works

From this diagram we are going to learn how, basically, an automobile engine works. This is a cylinder. This is basically one cylinder that we have. And these are the walls of the cylinder, and this is the piston that we have. And this piston is what moves up and down. And we have two […]

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How Heavy Duty Series Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicles (HHVs) Work

How Heavy Duty Series Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicles (HHVs) Work

[MUSIC UP] An EPA production [MUSIC TRANSITION] This is how a series hydraulic hybrid works   When the drive pedal is pressed, pressurized nitrogen, stored in the high pressure tank or accumulator, pushes hydraulic fluid through the pump/motor which then, acting as a motor, uses the pressure to turn the wheels. The now unpressurized fluid is […]

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Reducing carbon emissions with new electric vehicles

Reducing carbon emissions with new electric vehicles

GENeco is undertaking a trial with some electric and plug-in electric hybrid vehicles to see if they’ll be suitable to replace the diesel vehicles that exist in our fleet at the moment the reason we’re doing this trial is that our existing diesel vehicles are bad for the environment in two ways the first one […]

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Are Electric Cars Actually Better For The Environment?

Are Electric Cars Actually Better For The Environment?

We’ve gotta get rid of these gas guzzlers and switch to electric cars that plug into the land of rainbows and unicorns. Hi guys, Lissette here for DNews. Often called “zero emissions” vehicles, electric cars are surely better for the environment, right? Ehhh not so fast…Their entire life-cycle, from manufacture to use to disposal, needs […]

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The Best Cars For the Climate | Hot Mess 🌎

The Best Cars For the Climate | Hot Mess 🌎

Say you’re looking to buy a car. How do you pick the best car for the planet? There’s already a lot to consider when choosing a new ride, and factoring in climate change makes it even trickier. Well we’re here to guide you through it… even if we can’t come to the dealership with you. […]

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2017 Chevy Volt or Tesla Model 3?  Review of Volt.

2017 Chevy Volt or Tesla Model 3? Review of Volt.

Most of my viewers are aware that I love technology and I’ve been driving a 2013 Chevy Volt for quite some time. And I’ve been watching the information coming out about the Tesla model 3, which appears to be a really cool car. I think I’ll go out and buy one. Oh, wait a minute. […]

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What Happened To This Car?

What Happened To This Car?

On June 7, 1692, the Jamaican city of Port Royal, a notorious pirate haven, sank into its own harbor. This disaster (or blessing, depending on who you ask) was caused by liquefaction of the ground following a major earthquake, and we know it happened at exactly 11:43 am thanks to a pocketwatch that went down […]

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