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Betting Big On Electric Vehicles, Biden Faces Fraught Decision On Ga. Battery Plant : NPR

President Biden, whose infrastructure plan includes $174 billion to boost electric vehicle sales and production, has been pulled into a global trade dispute over the fate of lithium ion battery factories in Georgia that threatens his EV goals.

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President Biden, whose infrastructure plan includes $174 billion to boost electric vehicle sales and production, has been pulled into a global trade dispute over the fate of lithium ion battery factories in Georgia that threatens his EV goals.

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President Biden is pushing hard to get more Americans to buy electric vehicles to

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Tesla’s vehicle delivery numbers from China in March are insane

Tesla’s numbers from China last month have been reported, and they are nothing short of insane. Based on data from the China Passenger Car Association, Tesla’s local vehicle deliveries for the month of March stood at an impressive 35,478 units, comprised of 25,327 Model 3s and 10,151 Model Ys. 

With such numbers, Tesla has effectively posted a 93.69% month-over-month sequential growth, considering that it sold 18,318 vehicles in February. The March delivery numbers look even more impressive if one compares them to Tesla China’s January figures, where the company only delivered 15,484 vehicles during the month. 

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Tesla Model Y Standard Range gets official EPA rating, but the vehicle’s fate is unknown

Tesla Model Y Standard Range has received an official EPA rating – making it one of the most efficient cars in the world, but the vehicle’s fate is still unknown.

Earlier this year, Tesla launched a new Model Y Standard Range RWD with 244 miles of range.

The launch was surprising considering CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla won’t produce the version of the Model Y because he said that the range would be “unacceptably low” at less than 250 miles.

Tesla released the version of the vehicle with an EPA estimated range of 244 miles and a starting price

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Branson woman killed in single vehicle crash in Hollister | News Free

  A woman from Branson died in a car crash in Hollister on Monday, April 5.

At approximately 5:06 PM, Hollister Police officers responded to a crash involving a single vehicle, driven by  Breanna Weaver, 28, of Branson. The crash took place on Knox Avenue, approximately 146 feet east of the intersection of East MO Highway 76, according to a press release from the Hollister Police Department. 

A preliminary investigation revealed that Weaver was traveling north on Knox Avenue, in a white 1998 Ford Taurus, according to the release. 

Weaver failed to negotiate a left curve on Knox Avenue. Her vehicle

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San Diego-to-LA vehicle chase leads to murder suspect’s arrest after crash: reports

A murder suspect also wanted in connection with an alleged assault on a law enforcement officer crashed into a semi-truck Tuesday evening following a pursuit that stretched from San Diego to Los Angeles, according to reports.

The suspect allegedly assaulted a Riverside County Sheriff’s Department deputy when deputies attempted to make contact with the suspect after being alerted of the northbound chase, FOX 11 of Los Angeles reported. No details about the alleged assault were immediately disclosed.

The chase ended around 7 p.m. PT in Pomona, in east Los Angeles, when the suspect turned left onto the wrong side of

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How to Ensure EV Charging Infrastructure Is Accessible to All

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As the Biden administration puts the federal government’s muscle behind widespread electrification, one fact has becoming increasingly clear: The electric vehicle revolution is coming. But states have a lot of catching up to do if they want to make sure everyone is included, a new report shows.

The report, released Wednesday by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, takes a wholesale look at how utilities are preparing to make sure that low- and medium-income households and communities of color can come along for the ride as electrification takes hold.

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