Monthly Archives: May 2018

Cvmr Corporation (CVMR®) Announced a Major Breakthrough in the Development of Their Off the Grid Power Generating System.

(PRWEB) May 19, 2018 CVMR Corporation (CVMR®) and its Canadian subsidiaries, EnerCarbon Inc. (EnerCarbon) and M-Power Corporation (M-Power), announced a major breakthrough in the development of their off the grid Power Generating system based on temperature differential effect using a graphene layer to capture heat from the sun. They also announced an innovative idea of converting waste, including various plastics, to valuable products by means of a novel energy-efficient and inexpensive process. Mr. Kamran … Continue reading

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Tesla May Be Trampled by CATL in China

The battery maker is the stuff that technology domination dreams are made of. Sorry, Elon Musk. By the looks of it, every car of the future will be equipped with a powerful and cheap battery made in, and more importantly by, China. This month, Nissan Motor Co. and Daimler AG put in orders for electric-car batteries with an emerging Chinese champion, privately held Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., or CATL. Volkswagen AG is already a … Continue reading

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Six finalists announced in Ontario’s global challenge to reduce greenhouse gas pollution – Ontario Centres of Excellence

TORONTO, May 7, 2018 – Today, Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) announced the first cohort of finalists for Ontario’s Solutions 2030 Challenge – a global call for innovators to propose solutions that could help Ontario industry reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution. The initiative is part of the province’s broader TargetGHG program, which is administered by OCE on behalf of the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science and the Ministry of the Environment and Climate … Continue reading

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Tesla delivers bad news for Cobalt price, boost for rare earths

Tesla is a proponent of nickel-cobalt-aluminium (NCA) technology which requires less than a third the amount of cobalt Wall Street is aghast at Elon Musk’s dismissive attitude toward analysts’ probing following a quarter of record (but less than expected) losses for Tesla, but the electric vehicle maker did provide some answers to questions that’s been vexing the mining industry. Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, a provider of price information and research on battery supply chains, parsed … Continue reading

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