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Singapore to work towards vehicles running on cleaner energy by 2040: PM Lee

Singapore is working towards having all its vehicles run on cleaner energy by 2040, announced Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his speech at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Hyundai Motor Group


Tesla challengers use SPACs to play catch-up

What do Canoo, Fisker Inc, Rivian Automotive Inc, Arrival, Lucid Motors Inc, Karma Automotive, Hyliion Inc, Lordstown Motors Corp and Niko

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Lithium may rise like a meteor

Chadwick Boseman, the star of the Black Panther movie, died a fortnight ago on Aug 28. He succumbed to cancer at just 43.

Budget 2020

All-EV future sparks change in road tax structure

Singapore (Feb 21): There were plenty of immediate buffers but Budget 2020 has also mapped out longer term policy goals for dealing with climate change.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Build our own Dysons

SINGAPORE (Oct 21): Lines formed as early as 4am on Oct 16 at some Sainsbury supermarkets in the UK.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Lithium miners suffer but battery producers safe

SINGAPORE (Oct 21): The replacement of the internal combustion engine with the electric motor makes the lithium-ion battery arguably the most crucial component in an electric vehicle (EV).

Disruption and Digitalisation

Dyson becomes latest sign that electric-car bubble is bursting

(Oct 11): Dyson’s sudden decision to scrap its US$2.5 billion ($3.4 billion) electric-vehicle ambitions is the latest reality check creeping into the once soaring EV industry.

Company in the news

Dyson scraps electric vehicle plans; questions raised over Hi-P's access to 'Customer D' via SEAMCO acquisition

SINGAPORE (Oct 11): Dyson, better known for its vacuum cleaners before unveiling a bold plan to make electric vehicles, has spiked its EV project.


China’s Tesla battles for survival after driving into US$5 bil in losses

(Sept 23): It took Tesla Inc about 15 years to rack up US$5 billion ($6.9 billion) in losses. The company known as China’s Tesla did it in four.