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What Changed In The EV Battery Market In November?

The battery market is one of the most interesting industries in the global economy. As part of our new "What Changed ... ?" series, it seemed appropriate to include a thorough update of what changes in the EV battery market on a monthly basis. Below is a rundown of what changed in November

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CWP Asset Management to provide asset management services to two new Wirsol Energy solar farms in Australia CWP Asset Management has been awarded contracts by Wirsol Energy to provide asset management services to two new solar PV projects in Australia. The 110MW Wemen Solar Farm in Victoria and the 89MW Clermont Solar Farm in Queensland reached financial close yesterday, and will commence construction in January 2018. CWP’s Managing Director Alex Hewitt said “We’d like to congratulate Wirsol on the successful financing of these two large solar projects. We are really looking forward to working with the Wirsol team.“ CWP Asset Management will deliver services to these projects through its asset management team in Canberra, which manages 690 MW of wind and solar farms on behalf of project owners. “Our team in Canberra is growing very quickly, as we offer our experience and our capabilities to other renewable energy project owners, to maximise their project value and to provide a safe pair of hands for their investments” said Mr Hewitt. “Canberra is a great central location for providing asset management services nationally, and it is seeing the benefits of the ACT Government’s strong support for the renewable energy sector. We look forward to employing more Canberrans and to working with other renewable energy project owners nationally” said CWPs Head of Asset Management, Bill Filby.

The 110MW Wemen Solar Farm in Victoria and the 89MW Clermont Solar Farm in Queensland reached financial close yesterday, and will commence construction in January 2018.

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eMotorWerks + EDF = Intelligent EVSE Deployment For Demand Management

A new partnership between electric vehicle charging solution provider eMotorWerks and electric utility EDF taps into eMotorWerks' intelligent network of chargers to enable grid-scale demand management eMotorWerks + EDF = Intelligent EVSE Deployment For Demand Management was originally published on CleanTechnica. …

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Audi Shows Off Its First All-Electric Formula E Race Car

Audi has now completed work on its first all-electric race car, to be used for the Formula E series of racing events. Audi unveiled the new race car at an event in Neuberg, Germany. The new Audi e-tron FE04, as its known, was developed with Audi's partner Schaeffler — the firms together comprising part of Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler — and utilizes a "completely new" powertrain design Audi …

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Daimler Announces Acquisition Of Door-To-Door Rideshare Pioneer flinc

The door-to-door rideshare pioneer flinc is being acquired in full by Daimler Mobility Services, according to recent reports Daimler Announces Acquisition Of Door-To-Door Rideshare Pioneer flinc was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers:

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Suniva, SolarWorld and Their Opponents File New Trade Remedy Proposals

The Section 201 solar trade case moved into the remedy phase this week as stakeholders filed recommendations on how to shore up the U.S. solar cell and module manufacturing business. The proposals were submitted in response to the U.S. International Trade Commission's determination last week that imported solar cells and modules have caused “injury” to U.S. producers of crystalline …

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Prosecutors In Munich (Germany) Arrest 2nd Audi Emissions Scandal Suspect

Prosecutors in Munich, Germany, have now arrested a second suspect as part of their investigation into possible emissions test cheating. In relation to this move, they have also reportedly widened the investigation to include a number of new suspects Prosecutors In Munich (Germany) Arrest 2nd Audi Emissions Scandal Suspect was originally published on

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Cheap Offshore Wind Won’t Make UK Give Up on Nuclear

A pricing record for offshore wind this month won't change Britain's nuclear plans, government sources confirmed. “We need a diverse energy mix to ensure that demand for energy can always be met, and both nuclear and renewables will play an important role in this for many years to come,” a spokesperson for the U.K. Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) said. …

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California Energy Commission Awards $1.5 Million To Envoy Technologies For Development Of Shared EV Mobility Program

The California Energy Commission has awarded $1.5 million in new funding to Envoy Technologies to develop and run of a shared mobility program utilizing electric vehicles that's meant to benefit some of Sacramento's and the California Bay Area's disadvantaged communities California Energy Commission Awards $1.5 Million To Envoy …

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Energy Gang Episode 200: What’s Changed Most in Energy Over the Last Four Years?

When we first hit the record button four years ago, the energy landscape looked very different. Oil prices were above $90 per barrel. Utilities were only just starting to take distributed resources seriously as grid assets. Coal was still on the upswing globally. There was great uncertainty around a global climate deal. And Donald Trump was still two years away from announcing his presidential campaign. For our 200th episode of The Energy Gang, we'll reflect on the biggest changes we saw coming -- and …