Tuesday is for inviting Michael Cirillo to the pod! We are covering a counter-narrative to the EV decline rhetoric, Alex Vetter getting cheeky on X, and crypto currencies experiencing a surge.Show Notes with links:BloombergNEF's latest zero-emission vehicle report, unveiled at COP28 in Dubai, challenges the narrative of an EV slowdown, highlighting significant growth and future potential in the EV market.EV sales are defying slowdown rumors, with worldwide projections to reach 14 million in 2023, a 36% increase from 2022. EV-only sellers such as Tesla and BYD are on pace to capture 7% of global sales in 2023.The U.S. market is showing remarkable growth with a projected 50% increase in EV sales this year.Emerging economies like India, Thailand, and Indonesia are rapidly adopting EVs, driven by affordable models in the US$10,000 range, and changing market dynamics.In the US, the Inflation Reduction Act has sparked $100B of investment in EV and battery manufacturing.One thing that has stalled are global commitments to phasing out ICE vehicles. Only 19% of countries have ICE phase out target dates, and the automakers committed to it only represent 32% of the market.Starting with a cheeky tweet, Alex Vetter, CEO of Cars Commerce, casts a skeptical eye on Hyundai's Amazon deal, emphasizing his company's superior capabilities in facilitating vehicle sales. In a candid interview, he critiques the pilot project's scope and its implications for the auto industry.Vetter's cheeky take on the deal: “@Hyundai — please dm me, we can enable ALL of your retailers vs 18 and do it with people actually buying cars, not dog food.”He stressed that car buying is a multichannel experience, doubting Amazon's ability to match the depth of research and advice provided by dedicated auto platforms.Vetter points out the PR benefits for Hyundai but is skeptical about Amazon's impact on actual car sales, highlighting the need for targeted digital platforms.He suggests that digital platforms like Cars Commerce are more efficient in reaching active car buyers, reducing the waste seen in mass-market advertising.It has been a while since we have talked about crypto, but the major currencies are seeing quite the rebound as Bitcoin jumps over $41k and Eth gets back about $2200. Experts believe the potential drop in interest rates by the Fed are impacting the crypto outlook as well.Bitcoin is close to its next ‘halving', a process in reducing Bitcoin miners every 4 years, which historically has led to record high values.But perhaps a bigger impact on Bitcoin's rise is increasing confidence within the sector that additional cryptocurrency exchange-traded funds (ETFs) may be approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as soon as next month.Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle MountsierGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
In der heutigen Folge von „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Laurin Meyer über Dividenden-Euphorie bei RWE, Analysten-Lob für Infineon und den Börsengang von Billig-Modehändler Shein. Außerdem geht es um Zalando, Bayer, Siemens Energy, Tesla, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, Bank of America, Amercian Express, CocaCola, Chevron, BYD, Iscar, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United und die SpVgg Unterhaching. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hier findet ihr alle AAA-Bonus-Episoden bei WELT – dazu den AAA-Newsletter und noch weitere WELTplus-Inhalte: https://www.welt.de/podcasts/alles-auf-aktien/plus247399208/Boersen-Podcast-AAA-Bonus-Folgen-Jede-Woche-noch-mehr-Antworten-auf-Eure-Boersen-Fragen.html Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++ Werbung +++ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte! https://linktr.ee/alles_auf_aktien Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
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Die Jahresendrally bei DAX, S&P 500 und Nasdaq stockt, hingegen ist der Goldpreis auf Sechs-Monats-Hochs gestiegen. Das wird Finanzspezialist Egmond Haidt im Podcast alles ebenso analysieren, wie die neuesten Zahlen und Nachrichten zu Nvidia, ThyssenKrupp, Deere, BYD, Abercrombie, RWE, Ross Stores und Loews. Nun warten Investoren gespannt auf die Inflationsdaten für die Eurozone und die USA, die jeweils am Donnerstag veröffentlicht werden. Wie geht es weiter bei S&P 500, Nasdaq und DAX, Euro-Dollar, Öl und Gold?Wichtige rechtliche Hinweise (www.bnp.de/service/disclaimer/rechtliche-hinweise)Grundsätze zur Weitergabe von Anlage- und Anlagestrategieempfehlungen sowie Informationen über eigene Interessen und Interessenkonflikte (https://www.derivate.bnpparibas.com/service/disclosure/mad-mar)Informationen über Interessen und Interessenkonflikte des Erstellers (https://news.derivate.bnpparibas.com/wp-content/uploads/egmond_pdfs/Offenlegung_EgmondHaidt.pdf)
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Laurin Meyer über drei ausgebremste Einzelhändler, zwei deutsche Sorgenkinder und einen amerikanischen Raten-Renner. Außerdem geht es um Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes, Stellantis, Renault, BYD, Nio, Northvolt, Intel, TSMC, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Mesa Air, IndiGo Airlines, Boeing und Airbus. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hier findet ihr alle AAA-Bonus-Episoden bei WELT – dazu den AAA-Newsletter und noch weitere WELTplus-Inhalte: https://www.welt.de/podcasts/alles-auf-aktien/plus247399208/Boersen-Podcast-AAA-Bonus-Folgen-Jede-Woche-noch-mehr-Antworten-auf-Eure-Boersen-Fragen.html Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++ Werbung +++ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte! https://linktr.ee/alles_auf_aktien Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
At the heart of The Prophets' vision are “The 24 Essential Supply Chain Processes.” What are they? Find out, and see the future yourself. Click here In this episode of the Automotive Supply Chain Prophets podcast, hosts Terry Onica and Jan Griffiths converse with Michael Robinet, Executive Director at S&P Global Mobility. They discussed recent disruptions in the automotive supply chain and the impending challenges transitioning from Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV).Michael breaks down the industry complexities, talking about the challenges like making electric cars affordable, the unclear timeline for widespread use, and the evolution of autonomous vehicles. The episode shifted its focus to the potential impact on lower tiers of the supply chain, discussing concerns about the readiness and strategies of suppliers. The conversation also explores the global landscape of BEV adoption, focusing on major markets, each progressing at its own pace due to varying factors.Additionally, attention is drawn to the changing dynamics in the automotive market, where traditional OEMs face competition from new entrants, especially from China, leading to shifts in global market volumes. The episode underscores the significance of careful planning, scenario analysis, and attention to supply chain details. It highlights the need for operational efficiency and diversifying customer bases as essential survival strategies for suppliers in the changing automotive industry.Themes discussed in this episode:Automotive supply chain disruptionsImpact of the disruptions on both OEMs and suppliersGlobal landscape of BEV adoptionTransition from ICE to BEVImpact of the massive transition to lower tiersCompetitive dynamics and new entrantsStrategic planning and operational efficiencyFeatured on this episode: Name: Michael RobinetTitle: Executive Director, S&P Global MobilityAbout: Michael is the Executive Director at S&P Global Mobility Consulting. With over three decades of experience, Michael is a leader and innovator in automotive research. In his role, he collaborates with decision-makers in supplier strategy, global production forecasting, and analyzing sourcing and production strategies for entities across the global auto ecosystem.Connect: LinkedInMentioned in this episode:NAFTAPlante Moran studyEpisode Highlights:[02:29] Automotive industry's shift to electric mobility: Michael discusses the ongoing transition from Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and the global challenges and opportunities it brings. Michael provides insights into the industry's journey, addressing disruptions, regional variations, and the crucial role of affordability in shaping the future of electric mobility.[08:57] Supply chain transformation: An exploration of the automotive industry's future where emerging players like BYD and VinFast are
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On today's podcast: 1) 1) Israel is coming under increasing pressure to agree to an extension of a four-day pause in its war with Hamas. President Joe Biden said he supports prolonging the cease-fire, which is due to end on Tuesday morning and part of a deal to free hostages held by Hamas in Gaza. The halt in fighting is “critically needed” for additional aid to get into the territory and for more captives to be freed. 2) Rishi Sunak said he condemns antisemitism “in all its forms,” in a careful criticism of Elon Musk that stopped short of the full-throated condemnation by US President Joe Biden and others who have accused the tech entrepreneur of amplifying anti-Jewish hatred on his X social media platform. 3) Black Friday shoppers spent a record $9.8 billion online in the US, Adobe Analytics reported, offering a positive sign for retailers facing lackluster sales forecasts for the holiday season. Full transcript: Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager and I'm Amy Morris. Here are the stories we're following today. First, the latest developments out of the Middle East. Israel and Hamas are signaling that a temporary ceasefire could be extended beyond today. Under the current agreement, Hamas is releasing fifty hostages in exchange for one hundred and fifty Israeli held prisoners. President Biden says he's aiming for this break in fighting to continue. Critically, nay, today is going in and hostages are coming out, and there's still structured so that it can be extended to keep building on these results. That's my goal, that's our goal, to keep this pause going beyond tomorrow. When President Biden spoke yesterday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who signaled an extension was possible. Meanwhile, Israel is coming under increasing pressure to agree to an extension of a four day pause in it's war with Amas. We get more from Bloomberg's Simon Marx and Tel Aviv. Israel is under some pressure to continue to slow drip releasing hostages. There is still a lot of public pressure here to get many more released, and the families and the victims of the hostage families are still very active. Bloomberg. Simon mar says, so far Hamas has handed over fifty eight hostages, including non Israelis. It is slated to free another eleven Israelis today to fulfill the four day Agreement. And in Washington, the issue of Israeli aid maybe getting more complicated. Bloomberg zed Baxter has that story. Senator Chris Murphy is saying lawmakers should consider conditioning future aid to Israel based on compliance with international humanitarian law. I think there's both a moral cost to this, many civilians, innocent civilians, children often losing their life, but I think there's a strategic cost. Ultimately, Hamas will get stronger, not weaker, in the long run if all of this civilian death allows them to recruit more effectively, enablely inside Gaza. Murphy on CNN civilian death toll must stop, ed Baxter Bloomberg Radio, Thanks D. Another complicating factor in aid to Israel and Ukraine is a dispute over security at the southern border. Republicans in Congress want to tie foreign military assistance to tougher border policies. On NBC's Meet the Press House Intelligence Chair Mike Turner said it will be tough to pass the AID before the end of this year. While the issue remains unresolved. Man Amy events in the Middle East may be forcing President Biden to skip an event he's attended the past two years. According to The New York Times, a White House official says the President will not be at the COP twenty eighth Climate summit in Dubai. The official didn't say why, but senior aids are suggesting the Israel Hamas war has consumed the president in recent weeks. Meanwhile, Elon Musk will today meet with the Israel with Israel's Prime Minister and president, as well as representatives of the families of hostages held in Gaza. The closed door meeting appears to be an effort to diffuse a growing backlash over the billionaire's endorsement of an anti Semitic tweet. While Musk has drawn support from notable figures including hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, others, including British Prime Minister Rishi Sunek, say that Tesla and SpaceX chief should not be given a pass because of who he is. I don't tend to get in the business of scrutinizing what every single person says who I've interacted with. Of course I bore anti Semitism. It doesn't matter whether you're Elil Musk or you or someone on the street who's shouting abuse that someone who happens to be walking past you. That's wrong in all its forms. Antisemitism in all its forms is completely and utterly wrong. So next careful criticism comes just weeks after the British Prime Minister had a fireside conversation with Musk at the UKAI summit. Turning to markets, amy stocks are going higher. That's the call from Deutsche Bank. The firm's strategists, including Binkie Chata, predict the S and P five hundred will rally to a record fifty one hundred by the end of next year. That's about twelve percent above current levels. Chata says stock valuations are not high and earnings are growing solidly. Meanwhile, Wall Street it returns to work with lots of economic data and plenty of earnings reports. We get a preview from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Tech earnings will be in focus this week, with z Scaler and crowd Strike holdings underscoring how businesses are prioritizing cybersecurity after recent high profile corporate hacks. Among the other technology companies reporting this week Salesforce and Dell. In New York Charlie Pellette Bloomberg Radio. Okay, Charlie, thanks for also keeping an eye on retailers today. Well, because it's cyber Monday. The huge online spending day comes after shoppers spend a record online on Black Friday. More on that from Bloomberg's Eddie vendor Wald. What we're seeing is that US consumers spend a record nine point one billion dollars online. That's according to Adobe Analytics. It's a record so far. But we're seeing two interesting trends. Number One, a lot of people are spending on buy now, pay later, and we are seeing them buying less luxury items with this spending. So it feels like the consumer is starting to feel the pitch and rather than going out spending big money is saying, look, this might be a good opportunity to start cutting back out of spending. Bloomberg's Eddie vander Walt says global Black Friday sales rose twenty two percent, led by clothing, personal care, and jewelry. The owner of TikTok is cutting jobs. Bye Dance plans to eliminate hundreds of positions in gaming and wind down at Showpee s brand Uverse. The closure marks by Dan's biggest retreat from a once booming gaming industry dominated by ten Cent and at smaller faux net Ease. Sources say the Chinese company intends to announce the cuts later today. Time now for a look at some of the other stories making news around the world, and for that we're joined by Bloomberg's John Tucker. Good morning Job, Hey, Good morning Amy. The US is investigating whether Iran was behind an incident in which missiles were fired near the Navy destroy USS Mason. The Mason intervene to stop the hijacking of a commercial cargo ship by pirates in the Gulf of Aidenere, Somalia on Sunday, after which two ballistic missiles were fired from Yemen tour the Navy destroyer. The ballistic missiles were fired from the part of Yemen controlled by Iranian backed Hutu rebels. They fell well short of the mark. We could be looking at a shakeup in the battery industry that's critical for the energy transition battery giants are starting to put their money on a new sodium based technology. Let's get more in this report from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Sodium from rock salt and brines is cheaper and way more abundant than the lithium widely used now in batteries. But in the past week alone, Sweden's Northfold said it made a breakthrough, and China's ev maker BYD signed a deal to build a one point four billion dollar sodium ion battery plant. Also, China's coatl said back in April at sodium based batteries would be used in some vehicles starting this year. This could all hit lithium demand Hardloomberg GETTYF has said sodium could cut hundreds of thousands of tons of lithium demand by twenty thirty five. Denise Pellegridy Bloomberg Radio. This post Thanksgiving travel rush could be won for the books. American Airlines said that it flew six and a half million customers over the holiday, the highest ever for the airline. Of this traveler at New York Liberty Airport spoke for many I travel from California to New York back and forth all the time. I have never had this much of a weight. I don't know why. American says it had more than sixty one hundred departures Sunday and expects about six thousand flights today. The Biden administration today will announce a redoubling it measures to strengthen supply chains. It's creating a new White House Council on Supply Chain Resilience. The council will conduct a supply chain review mirroring similar strategic documents prepared for National Defense at Homeland Security. Global News twenty four hours a day and whenever you wanted with Bloomberg News Now. I'm John Tucker and this is Bloomberg Amy. All right, thank you, John. We bring you news throughout the day here on Bloomberg Radio. But now you can get the latest news on demand whenever you want it. Subscribe to Bloomberg News Now to get the latest headlines at the click of a button. Get informed on your schedule, and you can listen and subscribe to Bloomberg News Now on the Bloomberg Business app, Bloomberg dot com plus Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Time now for our Bloomberg Sports Update and for that, we bring in John stash hour Amy. The game of the day was in Philadelphia. The Eagles trailed Buffalo by ten points in the fourth quarter, trailed by three with twenty seconds to go when Jake Elliott tied the game with a fifty nine yard field goal. Philly also trailed in overtime, but Jalen Hurt scored a touchdown and the Eagles beat the Bills thirty seven to thirty. Fourth. Philly is ten and one. The Bill's having a disappointing season at six and six. The Patriots having a really disappointing season. They are two to nine. Lost to the Giants ten to seven when Chad Ryland missed a thirty five yard field goal with three seconds to go. Ravens last night improved to nine and three. They beat the Chargers twenty to ten. The Steelers are seven and four, all seven wins by seven points or less. They've been outscored on the season, but Pittsburgh able to win at Cincinnati sixteen to ten. Bengals played without the injured quarterback Joe Burrow. Carolina dropped a one in ten, lost to Tennessee seventeen to ten. Indianapolis Street Tampa Bay twenty seven to twenty Michael Pittman had over one hundred yards in receptions. Two SEC schools with new football coaches at Texas A and m it's Mike Elko. He had been at Duke the last two years and the previous to that he was the Aggies defensive coordinator. Mississippi State's new coaches Jeff Levy, he had been the offensive cornator head Oklahoma. Another f one win for Max first staff and that's nineteen out of twenty two races. That's the most ever. Celtics still on beating at home. They beat the Hawks one thirteen to one of three. Jason Tatum score thirty four. Johns dash that We're Bloomberg Sport from coast to coast, from New York to San Francisco, Boston to Washington, DC, nationwide on Syrias Exam, the Bloomberg Business app, and Bloomberg dot Com. This is Bloomberg Daybreak. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. Today is scheduled to be the final full day of a four day truce between Israel and Hamas, but after the release of dozens of hostages from Gaza, including a four year old American Israeli girl. Both sides are now signaling this pause could be extended. And for the latest, we're joined from Tel Aviv by Bloomberg News reporter Simon Marx. Simon, good morning. What is the likelihood that we could see an extension given the number of hostages that have been released so far? Well, so far, the chances of this taking place seem to be making some good progress. Hamas has released a statement saying that in theory they would have greed to an extension, and Israel, for the whole way along this current truce, has said that it would be open to further days, So we're talking about ten per day for up to ten days. You know, diplomats in the city do expect that we will see one or two more days. It's a little unclear whether we're going to get to the full ten. But there is obviously a lot of pressure on the government of Benjamin Netta and Yahoo to continue the release of the hostages, with the families still campaigning and very vocal on this front. Yeah, that's happening on the outside. Talk a little bit more about as well, the behind the scenes pressure that's happening with Israel and Hamas to potentially secure a further ceasefire. Yeah. I think the main reason for this is that the international community would like to see more aid get into Gaza. Obviously, the strip has been pounded for weeks now, there's still at least one hundred thousand people in the north with very very limited access to any form of humanitarian care, and then in the south you've got over a million displaced people in you know, really devastating conditions. So there were two hundred trucks that managed to get over the border from Egypt on Sunday. There's been about two thousand in total. But the hope is is that increases a lot a lot more in the coming days. What's the feeling about whether there is enough aid going in right now and whether that aid could potentially be used to support Hamas. There has to still be that concern among the Israelis, right, Yeah, of course, And you know, this is part of the reason why the bureaucracy around getting trucks in, the checks and balances from the Israelis were so stern and and it's also part of the reason why getting aid in was actually difficult in the beginning. That it does seem in recent days to have opened up. There is this notion that, you know, if Israel is to continue its ground offensive against Hamas, that in return, they cannot be seen to be blocking eight you know, and flouting international humanitarian law. But yes, I mean Hamas fighters are spread throughout the Gaza Strip, and many people seem to think that they have a presence in the south too, where there are a lot of civilians. And that factors into a lot of the commentary that we're hearing from a particularly congressional Democrats in Washington, d C. That future aid to Israel might need to be conditioned on international humanitarian law being followed more stringently. How is that potentially factoring in to Israel's decision making when it comes to extending the pause in fighting or carrying on this war even further once whenever the pause ends, it does end well very much. So. Israel are extremely dependent on diplomatic and material support from the United States. Without that, I think, you know that the pressure for them to stop this war is going to mount. So far, we've seen a lot of pressure from Biden's administration to make sure Israel do allowed aid in, but there hasn't been you know, a stringent call for any longer term ceasefire. So it does seem that this green light essentially for Israel to go back in to the Gaza Strip once this truce comes to an end, is very much there, even though perhaps in some other corners of the world, particularly the Gulf and parts of Europe, obviously the pressure is mounting. But yeah, as we all know, the main bidder here is the United States. And as this pause continues, Simon, are there risks of other fronts opening while the pause goes on. I mean there's been sporadic fighting that we've been reporting on in the West Bank, as well as the back and forth over the Israeli Lebanon border. Yes, definitely. As you mentioned the West Bank, I mean just overnight there has been a report there were eight Palestinians killed in the West Bank in an air strike. The situation is very restive there that there is growing settler violence. Since October seven, Jewish settlers in the area have carried out way over two hundred attacks on Palestinian communities, and the Israeli army have also come down pretty tough on demonstrators and suspected sympathizers of Hamas. The population there in general feels like it's being occupied and oppressed, and that the Palestinian authority which runs the show there in some areas, isn't really representative of them. Obviously, if things continue in this direction, there's massive risks of it boiling over, and then, you know, I think beyond that, beyond Israel's borders. So far it has been more or less contained, but it is very, very worrying. We saw Israel strike the airport in Damascus not that long ago, targeting, yeah, targeting Iranian targets there. So clearly it's a it's a huge risk. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Today, your morning brief on the story's making news from Wall Street to Washington and beyond. 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Three news stories summarized & contextualized by analytic journalist Colin Wright.Israel and Hamas agree to cease-fire in exchange for hostage releaseSummary: Representatives from the Israeli government and Hamas have announced an agreement that will include the release of 50 Israeli hostages, from a total of around 240 they captured during a sneak-attack on Israel on October 7, the release of 150 Palestinian women and young people under the age of 19 held in Israeli jails, and a ceasefire that will last four days, allowing the exchange of those held by both sides to occur.Context: Some of the legal details of this agreement are still being worked out by officials on either side, but in its current form it includes limits on fly-overs, opportunities for humanitarian aid to be brought into Gaza by outside organizations, and paths through which civilians should be able to safely evacuate northern Gaza to the south; all that said, there's still a great deal of animus on both sides of this conflict, and while US and Qatari officials have been working hard (alongside representatives from other nations) to convince Israeli and Hamas officials to come to some kind of workable accord, there's still a chance something will go wrong during its implementation, so everyone's watching to see how this plays out with some sense of hope that it might lead to a more long-lasting ceasefire or even, eventually, a peace agreement, but also a fair bit of trepidation that it will end before it has the chance to really get going.—The New York TimesOne Sentence News is a reader-supported publication. To support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Northvolt in new sodium-ion battery breakthroughSummary: Swedish battery company Northvolt has announced a breakthrough in its efforts to develop a better sodium-ion battery, reportedly creating one that doesn't use any lithium, cobalt, or nickel, but which is still capable of lithium-ion-like performance.Context: This is considered to be a pretty big deal because China controls the lion's share of the planet's lithium, cobalt, and nickel processing and, increasing, mining capacity as well, which gives them a huge advantage in developing electric vehicle-sized batteries, and utility-scale battery storage systems that are often built alongside solar and wind energy infrastructure; sodium-ion batteries have long been seen as a potential next-step technology, as they're generally cheaper and safer than lithium-ions, but existing designs have lagged behind lithium-ions in terms of energy storage, making them impractical for most use-cases; this new design boasts an energy-density similar to that of lithium-ion batteries, though, which is why—even though Northvolt has said it won't be able to reach full-scale production until the end of the decade, many entities (including China's EV giant BYD) seem to be making 2030-era plans with this technology in mind.—Financial TimesSam Altman to return as OpenAI CEO after his tumultuous ousterSummary: Following a pretty wild, drama- and speculation-filled weekend, during which he was fired by the company he co-founded and led, Sam Altman is reportedly returning to OpenAI as the CEO, with a new board of directors, after he was booted by the previous board.Context: This was a big story in large part because OpenAI has been at the forefront of publicly accessible generative-AI technology since it released ChatGPT in late-2022, sparking an arms race within the tech sector as everyone has scrambled to get their own large language model-powered bots and tools out the door; the specifics of this ouster and return to power are arguably less important than the big picture implications of the struggle, namely that those who want to move as fast as possible may have won out over those who want to proceed more slowly and cautiously with these technologies, which could mean we'll see more developments in this space even faster than before, though possibly with fewer failsafes in place.—ReutersNVIDIA's stock price continues to surge on the strength of immense AI-optimized chip demand; it recently reported that it expects to earn about $16 billion in revenue for the third quarter of 2023, which is about triple what it pulled in during the third quarter of 2022.—Quartz1.1 millionPossible number of gallons of oil (that's the high-end estimate) that've leaked into the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Louisiana, from a pipeline owned by Main Pass Oil Company, according to the US Coast Guard.The pipeline in question has been shut down as workers look for the source and cause of the leak—and for context, the infamous 2010 BP oil disaster involved 134 million gallons of oil, so this is a lot of oil, but far less than was spilled back then.—QuartzTrust Click Get full access to One Sentence News at onesentencenews.substack.com/subscribe
Há uma marca chinesa de automóveis que se está a aproximar cada vez mais da Tesla em número de carros eléctricos vendidos no mundo. A BYD - Build Your Dream - já está no mercado português, em parceria com o Grupo Salvador Caetano. A aposta no mercado europeu é tão significativa que a empresa decidiu investir mais de três mil milhões de euros para construir os seus próprios cargueiros e transportar 7000 carros de cada vez para território europeu, onde já tem 170 lojas próprias. Para conhecer melhor a BYD, neste episódio, conversamos com o jornalista de Economia Vítor Andrade.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hallo zum „eMobility update“! Heute ist Mittwoch, der 22. November. 00:24 Stellantis und CATL streben Akku-Deal und Joint Venture an 02:39 Peugeot e-3008 startet bei 48.650 Euro 04:23 BYD bringt neues SUV-Coupé in die Mittelklasse 06:20 Zeekr will ab Anfang 2024 in Deutschland ausliefern 08:21 Irland stellt Maut-Ermäßigung für E-Autos ein Das waren unsere Nachrichten aus der Welt der Elektromobilität zur Wochenmitte. Wir sehen uns am morgigen Donnerstag wieder, wenn Sie mögen! Wir würden uns freuen, wenn Sie wieder einschalten. Bis da.
In maydornsmeinung analysiert Börsenexperte Alfred Maydorn die neuesten Entwicklungen der beliebtesten Aktien deutscher Anleger und versieht sie mit seiner persönlichen Meinung.
①Travelers eagerly brace for bustling snow, ice season ②Study reveals Yangtze finless porpoise's adaptive mechanism to temperature changes ③China's BYD to sell midsize electric bus in Japan ④Over 70,000 people come to HK through talent admission schemes this year: John Lee ⑤China's AI robotic chemist synthesizes catalysts for oxygen production on Mars
TP Huang is a computer scientist and analyst of global technology development. He posts often on X: https://twitter.com/tphuang.0:00 Introduction2:21 How TP Huang became interested in electric vehicles6:30 The perception and reality of Chinese products, future of Chinese auto market9:24 The impact of Tesla on the Chinese electric vehicle market14:41 Buying a car in China27:05 China dominates with electric vehicle batteries30:44 The challenges facing Tesla in China40:11 The evolution of smart cars, autonomous vehicles, and self driving50:48 LIDAR technology and autonomous driving59:08 BYD, China's energy independence, and power grid1:14:04 The downstream impact of China leading in tech and electric vehiclesMusic used with permission from Blade Runner Blues Livestream improvisation by State Azure.--Steve Hsu is Professor of Theoretical Physics and of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University. Previously, he was Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation at MSU and Director of the Institute of Theoretical Science at the University of Oregon. Hsu is a startup founder (Superfocus.ai, SafeWeb, Genomic Prediction, Othram) and advisor to venture capital and other investment firms. He was educated at Caltech and Berkeley, was a Harvard Junior Fellow, and has held faculty positions at Yale, the University of Oregon, and MSU.
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Nvidia bleibt beim OK zum Homeoffice - SSD Datengrab - Gehen Dank Neuroprothese - KI News gone wild - BYD goes Europe - Microsoft Photopaintshop - Citroen - Tauben und KI - Rent Nvidia - Birkenstock goes “stocks” - Apple Vision Pro Release - Paperless - Vernissage for pixelfed - Heimserver - Google Maps Ansicht - Enpass Passkeys - Honda Motocompacto - Solarzelle mit 36,1% Wirkungsgrad - Steam Deck Oled - Es hat sich ausgetindert - KI Übersetzer - Kletterspiel - Bewerbungs KI - Die verschwundenen Sterne
OpenAI lancia le GPTs, varianti di ChatGPT che gli utenti possono personalizzare e che aprono nuove prospettive all'uso dei sistemi di intelligenza artificiale generativa come spiega Enrico Bertino, Chief AI Officer della piattaforma di intelligenza artificiale "Indigo.ai".Con Gabriele Faggioli, presidente del Clusit, Associazione italiana per la sicurezza informatica, parliamo dei dati emersi dall’aggiornamento del rapporto sulla cybersecurity che a livello globale registra quasi 1400 attacchi gravi nei primi sei mesi dell’anno.Mentre si aggrava la crisi per Cruise, l’azienda di proprietà di GM specializzata in guida autonoma, parliamo di trasporti con tecnologia di guida ibrida autonoma/remota con Hendrik Kramer, Ceo di Fernride, startup tedesca che ha recentemente raccolto capitali per 50 milioni di dollari. Byd, l’azienda cinese nota per essere tra i principali produttori al mondo di batterie, ha presentato i nuovi modelli di auto elettriche. Parliamo di tecnologia dei veicoli elettrici con Gianmaria Adamo, country manager BYD. Con Innocenzo Genna parliamo di Meta e della neonata versione a pagamento per gli utenti europei. E come sempre, Digital News, le notizie di tecnologia e innovazione più importanti della settimana.
Tu and Lei begin this podcast by discussing the layoffs announced at NIO and how this could help them and why it was potentially overdue. Tu and Lei educate on what Single's Day in China is and how even EV brands have gotten in on promotions during the biggest digital commerce day in the world. Tu and Lei give a quick update on BYD sales for 2023 and posit that they are really the ONLY company that's continuing to grow it's already substantial sales in China and starting to build sales momentum ex-China. They both then take a few moments to talk about their experience at a Zeekr Track Day event they both attended just outside of New York City at the Monticello Motor Club. In addition to the Track Day, Lei also hosted a fireside chat with Ganesh Iyer, current US Head for NIO later in the week. He discusses a few notable things Ganesh had to say.The podcast closes out with a chat about what's expected to be a mad dash by all automakers to finish out 2023 with a sales bang.
Dopo aver mancato l'obiettivo di raggiungere il gigante statunitense per appena 3456 veicoli, BYD, il colosso cinese dell'auto elettrica, potrebbe aprire il suo primo impianto di assemblaggio europeo in Ungheria, segno che le sue ambizioni sono destinate a crescere.
On this episode of On the Internet with Jason, we discuss the UAW Strike tentative agreement, BYD's EV market dominance and EV market confusion. https://www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: Spotify: YouTube: https://youtu.be/h65IFoEwt30 Digital Dealership Solutions: https://strategywithjason.com/digital-dealership-solutions/ Strategy With Jason: https://strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: https://bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.com Jeff Tessier: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-tessier-6a356063/ Jason Harris: https://www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/
SONDHITALK : ผู้เฒ่าเล่าเรื่อง Ep214 สงครามโลกครั้งที่3จะเกิดขึ้นหรือไม่? ความขัดแย้งระหว่างอิสราเอล-ปาเลสไตน์โหมกระหน่ำอย่างต่อเนื่อง สงครามกำลังจะขยายวงกว้างโลกแบ่งฝ่ายชัดเจน - ยิวคุมอเมริกา - อิสราเอลไม่มีวันชนะ - จากเด็กกำพร้าลูกชาวนาจนมาเป็น BYD - สงครามยูเครนมันจบแล้วครับนาย - นับถอยหลังสงครามโลก
Three Chinese EV giants revealed as subjects of EU subsidy probe, and China's top car brand BYD reports record quarterly profit. Subscribe to a bundle deal now to unlock all coverage by Caixin Global and The Wall Street Journal for only $250 a year. It's a 60% discount.
➤ TSLA stock falls after Panasonic earnings comments ➤ UAW reaches agreements with Stellantis, GM ➤ Semiconductor company warns of softening auto demand ➤ BYD posts record profits ➤ Motor Trend details Highland suspension upgrades ➤ Europe EV update ➤ Cybertruck frunk in operation ➤ Model S may be getting new seats ➤ Hyundai cuts Ioniq 6 prices ➤ Toyota developing manual EV Shareloft: https://www.shareloft.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/teslapodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Tesla Referral: https://ts.la/robert47283 Executive producer Jeremy Cooke Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Andre/Maria Kent Executive producer Jessie Chimni Executive producer Michael Pastrone Executive producer Richard Del Maestro Executive producer John Beans Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives
Het is herfstvakantie, maar dat betekent niet dat er minder nieuws is. We staan voor een week vol cruciale mijlpalen en mogelijke keerpunten. Zoals elke maandag blikken we er in De 7 op vooruit, met een gast. Dat is deze keer David Criekemans, professor Geopolitiek en Internationale Betrekkingen aan de Universiteit Antwerpen. Het bloedige conflict in Gaza tussen Israël en terreurgroep Hamas raast voort. Is een de-escalatie mogelijk deze week? We hebben het in deze podcast met de professor ook over een paar kwartaalcijfers, zoals die van Apple en BYD. Want jawel: die zijn van geopolitiek belang. En zondag is het exact één jaar voor de Amerikaanse verkiezingen. Biden versus Trump. Hoe kijkt David Criekemans daarnaar: is het tij aan het keren? Producer en host: Roan Van EyckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
- UAW Reaches Agreement with D3 - UAW Leaks Info on Ram Mid-Size Pickup - Unifor Reaches Agreement with Stellantis - BYD Posts Record Profits - NEVs Hit 36% Market Share in China - Panasonic Cuts Japan EV Battery Production 60% - Hyundai Slices Ioniq 6 Prices - More Problems at VW CARIAD - VW Teases EV Station Wagon - Nissan Takes Z Rally Concept to SEMAThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3270299/advertisement
- UAW Reaches Agreement with D3 - UAW Leaks Info on Ram Mid-Size Pickup - Unifor Reaches Agreement with Stellantis - BYD Posts Record Profits - NEVs Hit 36% Market Share in China - Panasonic Cuts Japan EV Battery Production 60% - Hyundai Slices Ioniq 6 Prices - More Problems at VW CARIAD - VW Teases EV Station Wagon - Nissan Takes Z Rally Concept to SEMA
- UAW Hits D3 Where It Hurts - It's Been a Bad Week for Mary Barra - GM, Honda Drop Low-Cost EV Project - LG Warns of Slowing EV Growth - Toyota Reveals Concepts at Japan Mobility Show - Mitsu's Futuristic Delica - Godzilla Sighted in Tokyo - Infiniti Concept Is Bold, But Not Crazy Bold - Mazda Still Fixated on Rotary EREV - Honda's Low-Cost EV Concepts - BYD Takes on The Japanese Market
Recent progress with Sodium-Ion batteries makes them suitable for electric vehicles, with decisive advantages over existing technology. Production of EVs with these new batteries has started in China. This podcast episode explores this extremely important development for mobility.Here is the Substack article's last section, offering concluding remarks:Sodium-Ion batteries may be, or actually are, the EV revolution in the making.All the EV manufacturers should now aggressively work to introduce this technology into their vehicles line-up, similarly to what Tesla recently did with LFP technology.Talking about Tesla, the company can certainly phase in efficient Sodium-Ion batteries within a reasonable time frame of one or two years, and implement it for all its base-models, including its CyberTruck.BYD is leading the way with the Seagull and the Dolphin but will likely pursue the Sodium-Ion route with additional models.Likewise, other producers such as Ford, VW, Stellantis, GMC, should adopt this technology, and further improve it.While the energy capacity gap with Lithium based batteries has already been reduced, there is still scope for improvement of the technology.It must be noted that existing battery factories can be retro-fitted to produce Sodium-Ion batteries. No big capital expenditures would be needed.Sodium-Ion batteries is a major technological change in the world of EVs, and should have huge, positive, impacts for all EV manufacturers.Of course, adopting these batteries will have considerable implications in terms of the supply chain for the required minerals and for future investments.For example, the multi-billion $ investments recently decided upon in Canada for battery manufacturing will need to be thoroughly revised or reconsidered, in light of this new technology.Without any reliance on minerals such as Lithium and Cobalt, which have well documented negative environmental and social impacts, like child labor in Africa in the case of Cobalt and watertable depletion in South America in the case of Lithium, EVs will become much more acceptable to the public.Of immediate concern to EV users are the fire risks, the slow charging time, the range loss in the cold, among other issues, which are making EVs less and less desirable, as there is growing awareness of these issues in the population.The Sodium-Ion technology has the considerable advantage of simultaneously addressing several of those issues, while at the same time reducing the vehicles' prices.From a public policy perspective, Sodium-Ion batteries can be expected to make EVs much more appealing to growing numbers of drivers. Free and informed choice would rule consumer decisions rather than the mandates, subsidies and other market distortions presently implemented by governments.The very reputation of EVs is actually at stake, as there are just too many issues with them and their current batteries. Anyone can easily understand they are not the “clean” or “green” vehicles that governments and other EV promoters pretend.If adopted, the Sodium-Ion battery technology may well be the decisive factor that will make the EV experiment succeed.See the full article at: https://covexit.substack.com/p/now-is-the-time-for-sodium-ion-batteries
- UAW Hits D3 Where It Hurts - It's Been a Bad Week for Mary Barra - GM, Honda Drop Low-Cost EV Project - LG Warns of Slowing EV Growth - Toyota Reveals Concepts at Japan Mobility Show - Mitsu's Futuristic Delica - Godzilla Sighted in Tokyo - Infiniti Concept Is Bold, But Not Crazy Bold - Mazda Still Fixated on Rotary EREV - Honda's Low-Cost EV Concepts - BYD Takes on The Japanese MarketThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3270299/advertisement
Auto importeur Louwman Group viert dit jaar zijn honderdjarige bestaan. Dubbel feest zelfs, want het bedrijf kreeg ook nog eens het predicaat Koninklijk. De volgende honderd jaar lijken elektrisch te worden en daarom ging Louwman in zee met de Chinese autobouwer BYD. Verpest een EU-onderzoek naar Chinese staatssteun voor producenten van auto's het feestje en de elektrische ambities van de auto-importeur? Paul de Krom, topman van Louwman Group is te gast in BNR Zakendoen Macro met Boot Elke dag een intrigerende gedachtewisseling over de stand van de macro-economie. Op maandag en vrijdag gaat presentator Thomas van Zijl in gesprek met econoom Arnoud Boot, de rest van de week praat Van Zijl met econoom Edin Mujagić. Beleggerspanel We zitten middenin het cijferseizoen. Valt er al te spreken over brede trends? En: ASML voorziet een groeipauze in 2024, wat betekent dat voor de chipsector? Dat en meer bespreken we om 11.10 in het beleggerspanel met: -Wim Zwanenburg, beleggingsstrateeg bij Stroeve Lemberger -Koen Bender van Mercurius Vermogensbeheer Luister | Beleggerspanel Contact & Abonneren BNR Zakendoen zendt elke werkdag live uit van 11:00 tot 13:30 uur. Je kunt de redactie bereiken via e-mail en Twitter. Abonneren op de podcast van BNR Zakendoen kan via bnr.nl/zakendoen, of via Apple Podcast en Spotify. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guy who tried to cut the engines to an Alaska Airlines flight declared he was not okay before he tried to turn the engines off. Gavin Newsom visited BYD, a company he awarded a big contract to for personal protective equipment during the pandemic. Blake Troli comes on the show to talk about a homeless guy in Claremont who has been accused of a stabbing. A woman in Long Beach was attacked by a vagrant and it was caught on surveillance video. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“We dug out our grave with CyberTruck” declared Elon Musk just days ago.This baffled many, yet did not come as a surprise to others. It's nearly 4 years ago that the vehicle was unveiled. There was huge excitement at the time. Imagine: an electric truck, with a completely novel look, a decent range and competitive pricing.But while there is still excitement, there appears to also be real problems with the vehicle - as Musk would not have used used the expression "We dug out our grave."In this podcast episode, we review the huge problems experienced by Tesla's competitors in the nascent EV truck market.Then we move to the issue of batteries, which are the Achille heel of EVs in general, and (heavy) EV trucks in particular, which require lots of power to be displaced.While Tesla is using a house-made lithium-based battery for the CyberTruck, we argue that another technology would be much more appropriate, especially for its base version.Actually, the technology would be much more appropriate for the base versions of all Tesla models, and also for other automakers.The technology, which is already used by China-based leading EV producer BYD, consists of lithium-free Sodium-Ion batteries, which are much cheaper and much safer, among many advantages.Sodium-Ion batteries appear to be the future of EVs, and Tesla may be missing the boat.It's all explained in this podcast episode, and in this articlehttps://covexit.substack.com/p/saving-the-cybertruck
On this episode of Growth Stories, IBD's Ed Carson and Ilaria Mazzocco of the Center for Strategic and International Studies take a look at how BYD is challenging Tesla for the top spot in electric vehicle sales — and what the intensifying competition says about the broader China EV market.
- UAW Strike Costs U.S. Economy $7.7 Billion - UAW Casualty: Stellantis Pulls Out Of CES - Unifor Sets Strike Date with Stellantis - Ford Announces Organizational Change - EU Battle of Direct Sales vs. Dealerships - BMW Surrenders, Goes with NACS - Red States Target EVs With Fees - BYD's Q3 Profit to Soar - Japanese OEMs Partner on Hydrogen IC Engines - 1948 Cadillac Honored for Plastics Breakthrough
- UAW Strike Costs U.S. Economy $7.7 Billion - UAW Casualty: Stellantis Pulls Out Of CES - Unifor Sets Strike Date with Stellantis - Ford Announces Organizational Change - EU Battle of Direct Sales vs. Dealerships - BMW Surrenders, Goes with NACS - Red States Target EVs With Fees - BYD's Q3 Profit to Soar - Japanese OEMs Partner on Hydrogen IC Engines - 1948 Cadillac Honored for Plastics BreakthroughThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3270299/advertisement
Tu and Lei begin the podcast with a brief discussion about the double holiday being celebrated in China - National Day & Mid-Autumn Festival.Lei then transitions the discussion to September sales and it wasn't very pretty for many EV companies. Tu reminds everyone that new vehicles were just launched by some brands and that those sales vehicles sales wouldn't be reflected until Q4'23.Tu and Lei key in on XPeng and NIO to disuss their particular situations and move onto a few other surprise EV companies whose sales numbers stood out including BYD's continuous solid monthly numbers.Tu and Lei turn their attention to the US market, the current UAW situation and the low take rate that has created more EV inventory than expected for US automakers. Tu and Lei end the podcast with a discussion on the recent Cruise accident in SF and US EV startup INDI EV's bankruptcy that further complicates Foxconn's entry into the EV contract manufacturing space.
The pod starts with a brief update on the UAW & US Three situation but moves quickly over to a brief disussion about Li Auto's openly stated and ambitious goals of selling 3M vehicles in China by 2028. Tu then pushes the chat to Porsche and the struggles they may beginning to see in the China market, a market they've only seen growth in since entering in 2001. Tu and Lei move the discussion over to Great Wall Motor's Haomo.ai announcing a very inexpensive ADAS system that starts at less than ¥10K and how LiDAR and overall sensor pricing for ADAS systems will quickly move into commodity territory as Chinese providers continue to try to compete on price. Tu brings up how GM has offered to unionize its US battery facilities as a carrot in the ongoing UAW negotiations and they both talk about how the LG & BYD partnership could be used to skirt the Inflation Reduction Act restrictions. The podcast ends with Tu talking about his trip to SF and and both of them talking about WM's bankruptcy filing.
Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, your trusted source of EV information. It's Saturday 14th October, Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. We go live at 5pm UK, that's Midday Eastern. Patreon supporters get the episodes as soon as they're ready and ad free. You can be like them by clicking here. Kia EV9's 2024 Light Long Range RWD Hits 304-Mile Estimate https://electriccarsreport.com/2023/10/us-2024-kia-ev9-rated-at-304-miles-in-the-light-long-range-rwd-trim/ Volkswagen Boosts EV Deliveries by 45% in 2023 https://news.google.com/rss/articles/CBMiWGh0dHBzOi8vd3d3LmVsZWN0cml2ZS5jb20vMjAyMy8xMC8xMy92b2xrc3dhZ2VuLWluY3JlYXNlcy1nbG9iYWwtZXYtc2FsZXMtYnktNDUtcGVyY2VudC_SAQA?oc=5 Tesla Semi Outperforms Rivals in Range and Efficiency https://jalopnik.com/tesla-semi-wins-range-test-against-volvo-freightliner-1850925925 Tesla Investors Eager on Cybertruck Delivery Insights for Q3 2023 https://www.tesmanian.com/blogs/tesmanian-blog/cybertruck-deliveries-are-the-most-important-investor-question-for-tesla-q3-2023-earnings-q-a Stockholm Initiates Historic Downtown EV-Only Zone in 2025 https://www.autoblog.com/2023/10/14/stockholm-to-ban-gasoline-and-diesel-cars-from-downtown-commercial-area-in-2025/ BYD's Upcoming Electric Truck Design Unveiled https://electrek.co/2023/10/13/byd-electric-truck-patent-reveals-new-ev-due-2023/ FIAT Introduces Mobile Charging Service in Europe https://electriccarsreport.com/2023/10/fiat-launches-on-demand-fast-charging-service-in-select-european-markets/ London's 1,000th Electric Bus Hits the Roads https://www.automotiveworld.com/news-releases/one-thousandth-e-bus-in-london-enters-service/ UK-EU Progress Towards Avoiding Post-Brexit EV Tariffs https://news.google.com/rss/articles/CBMiS2h0dHBzOi8vaW5ld3MuY28udWsvbmV3cy9wb2xpdGljcy9lbGVjdHJpYy1jYXItdGFyaWZmcy1icmV4aXQtZXUtdWstMjY4Njg5NtIBAA?oc=5 Nio Ramps Up Production with Three New EDS Lines https://cnevpost.com/2023/10/14/nio-adds-3-eds-lines-capacity-1-million/ ABTC Launches Li-ion Battery Recycling Hub in Nevada https://news.google.com/rss/articles/CBMiamh0dHBzOi8vd3d3LnJlY3ljbGluZ3RvZGF5LmNvbS9uZXdzL2FidGMtb3BlbnMtYmF0dGVyeS1yZWN5Y2xpbmctZmFjaWxpdHktam9pbnMtZS1zY3JhcC1yZWN5Y2xpbmctcHJvZ3JhbS_SAQA?oc=5 Archer Gains $65M for Mega eVTOL Factory Construction https://evworld.com/php/rss_redirect.php?rssid=54040 Suzuki Factory Gears Up for Flying Car Production in 2024 https://evworld.com/php/rss_redirect.php?rssid=54049
It's EV News Briefly for Saturday 14th October. I'll be back as usual at 5pm UK time, that's Midday Eastern, for the full podcast. Patreon supporters get the episodes as soon as they're ready AND ad free. You can be like them by clicking here. Kia EV9's 2024 Light Long Range RWD Hits 304-Mile Estimate https://electriccarsreport.com/2023/10/us-2024-kia-ev9-rated-at-304-miles-in-the-light-long-range-rwd-trim/ Volkswagen Boosts EV Deliveries by 45% in 2023 https://news.google.com/rss/articles/CBMiWGh0dHBzOi8vd3d3LmVsZWN0cml2ZS5jb20vMjAyMy8xMC8xMy92b2xrc3dhZ2VuLWluY3JlYXNlcy1nbG9iYWwtZXYtc2FsZXMtYnktNDUtcGVyY2VudC_SAQA?oc=5 Tesla Semi Outperforms Rivals in Range and Efficiency https://jalopnik.com/tesla-semi-wins-range-test-against-volvo-freightliner-1850925925 Tesla Investors Eager on Cybertruck Delivery Insights for Q3 2023 https://www.tesmanian.com/blogs/tesmanian-blog/cybertruck-deliveries-are-the-most-important-investor-question-for-tesla-q3-2023-earnings-q-a Stockholm Initiates Historic Downtown EV-Only Zone in 2025 https://www.autoblog.com/2023/10/14/stockholm-to-ban-gasoline-and-diesel-cars-from-downtown-commercial-area-in-2025/ BYD's Upcoming Electric Truck Design Unveiled https://electrek.co/2023/10/13/byd-electric-truck-patent-reveals-new-ev-due-2023/ FIAT Introduces Mobile Charging Service in Europe https://electriccarsreport.com/2023/10/fiat-launches-on-demand-fast-charging-service-in-select-european-markets/ London's 1,000th Electric Bus Hits the Roads https://www.automotiveworld.com/news-releases/one-thousandth-e-bus-in-london-enters-service/ UK-EU Progress Towards Avoiding Post-Brexit EV Tariffs https://news.google.com/rss/articles/CBMiS2h0dHBzOi8vaW5ld3MuY28udWsvbmV3cy9wb2xpdGljcy9lbGVjdHJpYy1jYXItdGFyaWZmcy1icmV4aXQtZXUtdWstMjY4Njg5NtIBAA?oc=5 Nio Ramps Up Production with Three New EDS Lines https://cnevpost.com/2023/10/14/nio-adds-3-eds-lines-capacity-1-million/ ABTC Launches Li-ion Battery Recycling Hub in Nevada https://news.google.com/rss/articles/CBMiamh0dHBzOi8vd3d3LnJlY3ljbGluZ3RvZGF5LmNvbS9uZXdzL2FidGMtb3BlbnMtYmF0dGVyeS1yZWN5Y2xpbmctZmFjaWxpdHktam9pbnMtZS1zY3JhcC1yZWN5Y2xpbmctcHJvZ3JhbS_SAQA?oc=5 Archer Gains $65M for Mega eVTOL Factory Construction https://evworld.com/php/rss_redirect.php?rssid=54040 Suzuki Factory Gears Up for Flying Car Production in 2024 https://evworld.com/php/rss_redirect.php?rssid=54049
This week Robert is all by himself, but has a wealth of stories and things to talk about. From busting more myths and HYPER fast charging, to burning Teslas and burying nuclear waste. All the stories mentioned are linked below: Nissan (Finally) Go All Electric https://www.electrive.com/2023/09/26/europe-nissan-to-launch-new-evs-only/ Batteries are getting as cheap as chips! https://source.benchmarkminerals.com/article/global-cell-prices-fall-below-100-kwh-for-first-time-in-two-years?mc_cid=ad17812806&mc_eid=1059c8382d https://www.independent.co.uk/tech/electric-car-ev-battery-lithium-price-b2414865.html NEW Electric Lambo! https://electrek.co/2023/08/18/lamborghini-unveils-first-electric-car-lanzador-ev/ More Turbine FUD https://climatecrocks.com/2023/01/20/one-more-myth-busted-no-wind-turbines-not-killing-whales-either/ Affordable Dolphins https://electrek.co/2023/09/20/byds-affordable-dolphin-ev-japan-take-on-toyota/ SUPER, then ULTRA, now HYPER Fast Chargers! https://www.electrive.com/2023/09/27/fastned-installs-400-kw-hypercharger-in-hilden/ Battery Recycling https://electrek.co/2023/09/19/redwood-materials-expands-europe-acquiring-leading-battery-recycler/ End of the line for Volvo Diesels https://transportandenergy.com/2023/09/25/volvo-to-produce-last-diesel-car-in-2024/ Volcano of Lithium https://carbuzz.com/news/extinct-nevada-volcano-could-power-american-evs-for-decades https://www.electrive.com/2023/09/14/possibly-worlds-largest-lithium-deposits-found-in-the-usa/ Finland's Nuclear Secret https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20230613-onkalo-has-finland-found-the-answer-to-spent-nuclear-fuel-waste-by-burying-it LUCID's Desert Ops https://electrek.co/2023/09/27/lucid-enters-new-territory-ev-manufacturing-plant/ Radical Morons https://electrek.co/2023/09/13/15-tesla-vehicles-burned-down-group-radical-morons/ Electric Flight Dreams Soar https://www.electrive.com/2023/09/22/zeroavia-closes-investment-round-led-by-airbus-barclays/ Please help us reach 100k subscribers on this channel by SUBSCRIBING, LIKING & SHARING this podcast with all your friends! We really do appreciate all the support. Support our StopBurningStuff campaign: https://www.patreon.com/STOPBurningStuff Become a Fully Charged SHOW Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fullychargedshow Become a YouTube member: use JOIN button above Subscribe to Fully Charged & the Everything Electric Show channels Fully Charged Show: https://www.youtube.com/@fullychargedshow Everything Electric Show: https://www.youtube.com/@EverythingElectricShow Buy the Fully Charged Guide to Electric Vehicles & Clean Energy : https://buff.ly/2GybGt0 Visit our next event, Fully Charged LIVE Europe in Amsterdam: https://fullycharged.live/ Subscribe for episode alerts and the Fully Charged newsletter: https://fullycharged.show/zap-sign-up/ Visit: https://FullyCharged.Show Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fullychargedshw Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/fullychargedshow
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BYD is on Tesla's heels, but we all know Elon Musk loves a challenge. (00:21) Ron Gross and Bill Mann discuss: - The jobs report, and why they're paying attention to mortgage rates, credit card delinquencies and inventory levels heading into earnings season. - Meta's plans to offer a monthly subscription to users in the EU. - Cyberattacks hitting Clorox, MGM, and Caesar's. - China's BYD heating up the race in EVs. (19:11) Elon Musk's biographer Walter Isaacson explains Musk's fascination with X and how his fixation on mission fuels his innovative and entrepreneurial spirit. . (33:00) Bill and Matt break down two stocks on their radar: Chevron and Burford Capital. Stocks discussed: META, CLX, MGM, CZR, TSLA, KVUE, ASR Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Bill Mann, Ron Gross, Ricky Mulvey, Walter Isaacson Engineers: Dan Boyd