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Tesla to open its North American Supercharger Network to non-Tesla Drivers
­While Elon Musk puts his $44 billion Twitter deal on hold (pending confirmation that spam accounts do, indeed, represent less than 5% of all users), he’s made another quasi-bombshell announcement that’s slipped under the radar – Tesla plans to open its North American Supercharger network to non-Tesla driv
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Date:
05/16/2022
Companies Collaborate to Accelerate Battery Recycling
­It’s no exaggeration to say that battery recycling is one of the most critical actions we can take as a species – as EVs become the predominant mode of transportation, it’ll become doubly important to safely dispose of or repurpose these potentially toxic devices. Metals and fossil fuels leader Gle
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Date:
05/09/2022
US Moves to Secure Battery Supply Chain
  One thing that the COVID pandemic has shown us is that the supply chains that we have built around the globe are not as strong and secure as we would like. The difficulty in procuring the correct materials and components from partners across the globe has had a real negative affect in some key industries
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Date:
05/05/2022
Companies Sue Puerto Rican Power Provider for $310 Million over Major Outage

In 2017, Hurricane Maria knocked out power in Puerto Rico for 11 months.

­Puerto Rico hasn’t been exceedingly powerful over the last 5 years or so, from an 11-month blackout to a company taking over the island’s power distribution that possibly wasn’t fully prepared for the job. Back in 2017, Hurricane Maria absolutely demolished Puerto Rico, highlighting the island’s ancient power grid a
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Date:
05/02/2022