- Quartz•last month
The world’s cargo fleet is moving from fossil fuels to electrons. But powering them won’t be simple. With today’s technology, driving a semi-truck 500 miles (804 kilometers) would require a 23-ton lithium-ion battery, half the weight of the truck itself. Fuel cells would need a massive, $2 million hydrogen fuel tank to go the distance.…
- American City Business Journals•2 months ago
The trains that will zip passengers between Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando are almost ready to roll off the assembly line. Brightline President Michael Reininger had his first look at the passenger trains on June 7 during a tour of Siemens’ manufacturing plant in Sacramento. Brightline ordered five train-sets, each of them with two locomotives and four passenger coaches.
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