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  1. : Most Uber and Lyft drivers will have to transition to electric vehicles in this decade, California declares (20/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    California is the first state in the nation to require that nearly all the miles traveled by ride-hailing drivers take place in electric vehicles by 2030.
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  2. : Most Uber and Lyft drivers will have to transition to electric vehicles in this decade, California declares (20/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    California is the first state in the nation to require that nearly all the miles traveled by ride-hailing drivers take place in electric vehicles by 2030.
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  3. $RIDE - hindenberg report might be on to something - no real-world testing and delivery in 6 months??? (19/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I do not own any positions in $RIDE or any related EV. I want to point out a glaringly huge admission made today. If you were bringing a first-of-a-kind into the market with a launch of sept. Wouldn't you have done more testing of REAL-WORLD situations already??? 6 months from their stated delivery dates. Only 20K miles vs industry examples highlighted below. MASSIVE red flag. ​ One of them: that the Endurance, with its industry-first in-wheel hub motors, only has about 20,000 miles of real-world testing at this time. He did say that the company has about 200,000 miles on the motors themselves. But to put this into perspective, Fiat Chrysler (Stellantis) told us last year that it put about 1.5 million development miles on the plug-in hybrid system set to go in its Wrangler and other vehicles starting this year. Porsche did about 3.7 million pre-production development miles on its Taycan. And about a year and a half before it started production of the Model S, Tesla reported that its modest fleet of Tesla Roadsters, helping prove its battery and propulsion tech, had already covered more than 8.5 million real-world miles. It’s more about durability testing, Burns insisted. While he didn’t downplay the fire that had been referred to in Hindenburg’s report, he did note that it was on a development mule, not a prototype. “In this business of electric vehicles, you know, it does happen; thermal has really got to be carefully watched,” said Burns, adding that the company has now turned to third-party testing for the battery so that the company doesn’t miss anything. Source: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1131619_lordstown-sec-inquiry-mass-producing-electric-trucks-in-september   submitted by   /u/workinguntil65oridie [link]   [comments]
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  4. Kelley Blue Book: This is how much America’s damaged roads are costing you (15/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    The country's roads have gotten a failing grade, and that’s costing you money.
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  5. Volkswagen Heats Up China EV Competition (22/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    A joint venture between Volkswagen AG (OTC: VWAGY) and China’s state-owned First Automobile Works delivered its first electric sports utility vehicle — the SUV ID.4 Crozz — to 12 customers over the weekend in Shenzhen. What Happened: The SUV, available in five models, ranges in price between RMB 199,000 ($30,720) to RMB 279,900 ($43,000) after subsidies and has a range of between 400 KM (248 Miles) to 550 KM (342 Miles), CnEVPost reported. The SUV is built on Volkswagen’s $7 billion modular MEB platform and is considered the first truly competitive vehicle for the Chinese market for the joint venture, as per CnEVPost. https://m.benzinga.com/article/20270525   submitted by   /u/gorays21 [link]   [comments]
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  6. The Moneyist: I moved 200 miles to live in my girlfriend’s new house. We have a child, but she does not want to marry. I’d be left with nothing if we broke up (21/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    ‘We had a child three years ago. Around that time we decided that I would relocate, about 200 miles, and move in with her’
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  7. Autotrader: The cheapest and most expensive states to drive an electric car (21/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Electricity doesn't cost the same everywhere. Here’s a look at how much it costs in these states to drive 100 miles in an EV.
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  8. Autotrader: The cheapest and most expensive states to drive an electric car (21/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Electricity doesn't cost the same everywhere. Here’s a look at how much it costs in these states to drive 100 miles in an EV.
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  9. NIO DD/analysis (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    this is a bit of dd/analysis on NIO (this is just my opinion) NIO, an EV company located in Shanghai, china, is involved in the design and manufacturing of autonomous electric vehicles. It’s products include the ET7, a saloon vehicle with 644bhp and a range of 435 miles. Compared to the tesla model s, which has a range of 405 miles, this is a bit more. And it’s $11k cheaper than a tesla model s. The EC6, an SUV with a 360 miles rang and a slick design that reminds me of the Lamborghini Urus. comparing the range of the EC6 to the tesla model x, at 361 miles, the EC6 is a lot better range wise. But is it a better car? We’ll find out later. William Li or Li Bin is a Chinese business executive and entrepreneur. The founder and CEO of the electric car manufacturer NIO. In November 2020 Forbes estimated Li's net worth to be US$8.1 billion. Li has co-founded and invested in over 40 companies in the internet and automotive industries. Such a big investment in the future of ev cars is bound to be extremely unprofitable or extremely profitable. His current net worth is $8.1 billion. The current employees of NIO is 7,442. The current market capitalization of NIO is $73.62 billion. Do I see room for growth here? maybe , it really depends on if NIO is able to bring out a mass market car that looks good, that’s efficient and one that’s affordable to the general public all around the world. Instead of just china. The stock as of current is $46.7. It broke off of all time highs of $62.84. Do i think the current price is reasonable. Yes. NIO’s revenue for 2019 was $7.82 billion, a 57.97% increase from 2018. I predict NIO’s revenue for 2021 will be $19 billion. NIO’s current profit margin for the last fiscal year is -15.32%. a low margin compared to Tesla's 21.02% margin for their cars. However don’t rule NIO out just for this reason, i’m sure they will get it up one day. NIO’s balance sheet looks ok. It has $8.16 billion in debt and 3.274 billion in cash. The debt may look daunting however they are paying it off pretty quickly. The current ratio for the last fiscal year was 0.52. A good current ratio is around 1.2 to 2. RATING: 3 out of 5 stars. BUY HOLD OR SELL: Hold. give me your thoughts have a good day.   submitted by   /u/Finley0578 [link]   [comments]
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  10. Nissan lines up battery partners as it looks to ramp up electric vehicle production (29/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  11. $3T Infrastructure Bill coming into focus - where to invest to maximize returns? (22/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    From the NYT just now, the price tag is looking to be $3 trillion and: "It would spend heavily on infrastructure improvements, clean energy deployment and the development of other “high-growth industries of the future” like 5G telecommunications. It includes money for rural broadband, advanced training for millions of workers and 1 million affordable and energy-efficient housing units. Documents suggest it will include nearly $1 trillion in spending alone on the construction of roads, bridges, rail lines, ports, electric vehicle charging stations and improvements to the electric grid and other parts of the power sector." https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/22/business/biden-infrastructure-spending.html ​ What stocks/ETFs do you think will fare the best in each of these sectors? Infrastructure Clean Energy 5G Energy-efficient Housing Units Roads, bridges, rail lines, ports, electric vehicle charging stations and improvements to the electric grid   submitted by   /u/SubHomestead [link]   [comments]
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  12. NerdWallet: Travel points and miles values have changed since the pandemic—see which airlines have raised theirs (12/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Airline miles increased in value slightly since 2020, with one notable exception, and some hotel points are worth less. Here's a few things to consider if you're booking travel.
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  13. Kelley Blue Book: Chevy plans a 400-mile range for its Silverado truck (21/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    General Motors plans to introduce an all-electric version of its bestselling Chevy Silverado, promising 400 miles of driving range.
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  14. Kelley Blue Book: Chevy plans a 400-mile range for its Silverado truck (21/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    General Motors plans to introduce an all-electric version of its bestselling Chevy Silverado, promising 400 miles of driving range.
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  15. My concerns about railroad stocks (03/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Recently, I saw a video on Vice about the issues with precision schedule railroading, a new trend that is meant to boost profits and efficiency for railroad companies. The concern about this trend is that it has resulted in an increase in railroad derailments. This surge is caused by multiple factors as a part of this move to precision schedule railroading: Inspectors have less time to inspect rail carts and even neglect to check some of them despite going over 35K miles (or even 90K miles) without inspection. Rail carts need to be inspected every 3,500 miles. Workers are being overworked and underpaid and I worry it will cause more issues down the line Please let me know what you think. I don’t see this as sustainable for the railroad industry. Thank you.   submitted by   /u/financeasmr [link]   [comments]
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  16. United States Exports - Electric Generating & Electric Eqp. (Census Basis) (13/03/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  17. United States Exports - Electric & Electric Generating (Census Basis) (13/03/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  18. 100% of school buses could be electric within 15 years: Lion Electric VP (30/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Add the funding from the “infrastructure” bill and the buses should start rolling! Electric school buses may be the next wave of EVs to hit the commercial market, one executive within the industry says. Patrick Gervais, Lion Electric (LEV) VP of marketing and communication, discussed the progress made with electric vehicles on a Yahoo Finance Live segment Tuesday afternoon. “I think there’s a really good intention to electrify 100% of school buses within the next couple of years,” Gervais said. “We could feel the hype all across the United States. I mean, we’ve delivered buses in New York, in Minnesota, all across the country.” The infrastructure bill, which is supported by President Biden, is expected to provide an additional $15 billion to electric vehicles infrastructure. Under the framework of the bill, $7.5 billion is to be allocated to schools and public transit organizations to help convert to electric buses. Gervais noted that a transition to electric school buses would have a plethora of benefits besides a reduction in carbon emissions. “There’s no noise pollution, so it’s more quiet and the kids are more calm and more concentrated when they go to school,” he said. “These are the kids and the people of tomorrow [who] will drive electric cars in the future.” Currently, less than 1% of school buses are electric. Over 400,000 school buses drive over 3.5 billion miles each year, according to a Bellwether Education Partners study. The transition to electric buses will take initiative, but with the right moves, Gervais said, the entirety of the US school bus fleet could be electrified in 10-15 years. Abroad, electric vehicles have sparked the interest of consumers of late — 11% of the 11.6 million new cars registered in the EU, Iceland, Norway and Britain last year were either fully electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Meanwhile, EVs and plug-ins accounted for less than 3% of new car sales in the United States. MediaNews Group/Los Angeles Daily News via Getty Images via Getty Images Ihsaan Fanusie is a writer at Yahoo Finance. Follow him on Twitter @IFanusie. More from Ihsaan: This startup helps college athletes monetize their personal images Raw material costs rising for automotive industry: BofA report Bitcoin to tumble further: oddsmakers bet on drop to $10K Read the latest cryptocurrency and bitcoin news from Yahoo Finance Read the latest financial and business news from Yahoo Finance Follow Yahoo Finance on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flipboard, LinkedIn, YouTube, and reddit   submitted by   /u/TexasBenIV [link]   [comments]
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  19. Super Long Term - Won't the new gas stations be Electric Utility Companies? (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    When people buy electric cars, they don't have to buy any gas, but they still spend some money each month on electricity. Isn't this taking money from Chevron and giving it to PG & E? (Pacific Gas & Electric in California) Wouldn't you want to own electric utilities companies in areas that are expected to have really high EV penetration? Although I'd expect this to be more of a long-term play (like 5 years)   submitted by   /u/Anth916 [link]   [comments]
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  20. : Exxon floats idea for $100 billion private-public carbon capture hub, largest of its kind (21/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Exxon Mobil has floated a proposal for a public-private project that would grab carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. petrochemical plants and bury them in deep under the Gulf of Mexico.
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  21. Streaming password sharing costing Netflix, others billions - Citi (22/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  22. Major Milestone for Kolkata Port! In a first, a cape size vessel, M.V. LAKE D arrived at Sagar anchorage (09/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    A cape size vessel 'M.V. LAKE D' arrived at Sagar Anchorage, which is 80 miles away from Kolkata's Syama Prasad Mookerjee Port and 25 miles away from Haldia Dock Complex.
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  23. : Buy these 3 battery stocks to play the electric-vehicle party, but stay away from this company, says UBS (05/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Despite the recent selloff in electric-vehicle stocks like Tesla and Nio, there is still intense investor interest in the sector, with demand for electric-vehicles expected to climb dramatically over the next decades.
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  24. NewsWatch: Buy these 3 battery stocks to play the electric-vehicle party, but stay away from this company, says UBS (06/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Despite the recent selloff in electric-vehicle stocks like Tesla and Nio, there is still intense investor interest in the sector, with demand for electric-vehicles expected to climb dramatically over the next decades.
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  25. NewsWatch: Buy these 3 battery stocks to play the electric-vehicle party, but stay away from this company, says UBS (06/03/2021 - Market Watch)
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  26. China Exports of Electric Fans (20/03/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  27. Electric Planes? omfg (10/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Electric Planes??? omfg I never thought this would happen or at least not in my lifetime. But holy shit, United Air just put in an order for electric Planes with a company thats going public via spac. ticker $ACIC this is world changing, we all knew this would happen but damn, this was quick. this is going to force BA & Airbus to start making electric planes and may buy out anyone who has contracted orders. electric planes holy crap lol. im 46 years old (not that old) but just hearing this makes me feel like a caveman. world is changing fast so i decided to get on board lol. i just bought some as soon as i heard the news. do your own DD but i just had to post this, imo breaking historic news!   submitted by   /u/TheEvilKing00 [link]   [comments]
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  28. Build Your Dreams - Chinese electric bus and electric commercial vehicle company. (07/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Have you guys seen what they’ve done in Shenzhen? It’s very advanced. Build Your Dreams also supplies electric bus materials which are then constructed in California. They can also build electric Sky Rails running in the middle of existing highways. They’ve also partnered up with NFI Group a global bus company. Here in the U.K. NFI Group are represented by Alexander Dennis buses, who finish building the Build Your Dream electric buses in the U.K. I feel there will be multi layers to the EV adoption. Mass transport - buses & sky rails. Autonomous taxis (they have an order for 1 million taxis for DiDi the Chinese Uber) Micro city cars Micro mobility - electric mopeds, upright scooters & ebikes. Niu are producing large amounts of electric mopeds. Check out this YouTube of Shenzhen https://youtu.be/0P7fTPLSMeI   submitted by   /u/MurkyGrape5901 [link]   [comments]
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  29. Delta Air Lines (DAL) Q2 2021 Earnings Call Transcript (14/07/2021 - AlphaStreet)
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  30. The Wall Street Journal: GM to make electric version of Chevy Silverado pickup (06/04/2021 - Market Watch)
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  31. Electric vehicle maker Volkswagen delivered 59,900 battery electric vehicles in Q1 2021 (VOW, VWAGY) (24/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  33. Autotrader: The pros and cons of electric cars (02/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  35. Mexico Exports of Electric Motors & Generators (13/03/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  37. WPP’s Mindshare: Nature Valley’s 10,000 Miles (28/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  40. Japan Imports of Electric Power Machinery (20/02/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  41. Mexico Exports - Electric Sound Or Visual Signaling Apparatus (13/02/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  42. Would you buy an 2022 EV Kia that looks like this?? 300 miles range fully charged. Quick recharge? 1 hr 60 mi more. (15/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  43. Autotrader: Curious about EVs? Here are answers to common questions about electric cars (15/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  44. Stocks Behind Electric Cars (19/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  45. Kelley Blue Book: Take a look at the new electric Hummer (12/04/2021 - Market Watch)
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  46. Autotrader: Curious about EVs? Here are answers to common questions about electric cars (15/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  47. Japan Imports of Electric Motors & Generators (03/04/2021 - Trading Economics)
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  48. Outside the Box: I’m an EV expert, and I’m skeptical about how quickly electric cars will go mainstream in the U.S. (15/06/2021 - Market Watch)
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  49. : Ford accelerates toward an all-electric future in Europe, as part of its $22 billion EV investment (17/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    The auto maker said on Wednesday it is taking a “significant step forward in its European transformation,” with a commitment to go all-in on its electric passenger vehicles.
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