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EV startup Arrival is building a $11.5 million battery plant in North Carolina

Arrival of the British American car manufacturer today It plans to set up an $11.5 million battery plant in Charlotte, North Carolina. The plant will be the company’s third public facility in the city. It will be located just steps away from its soon-to-be-completed North American headquarters. Once the plant is up and running, it …

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Scientists describe a small exoplanet of molten metal in unprecedented detail

Scientists are getting better at characterizing exoplanets, and this leads to some surprising discoveries. as Reuters Reports, a team led by DLR determined The relatively nearby planet (31 light-years away) GJ 367b is much smaller than Earth at 5,592 miles in diameter, but much denser than Earth — it’s as dense as iron, and 86 …

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Nissan is investing $17.6 billion in electric vehicles over the next five years

Nissan will invest 2 trillion yen ($17.6 billion) over the next five years in developing new battery technology and batteries as part of a grand plan the company calls “Ambition 2030.” announce. It aims to launch a total of 15 new electric vehicles by 2030, with electrified vehicles making up half of its vehicle fleet …

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Maple syrup cartel releases 50% of reserves amid shortage

Photo: Elise Amendola (AP) The Canadian government-sanctioned maple syrup cartel has a message for the world: Never fear, there will be syrup. Country Maple syrup producers in Quebec, also referred to as “OPEC Maple Syrup”, announced in recent days that it would release nearly 50 million pounds (22.6 million kilograms) of its strategic reserves in …

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Australia proposes new law to enforce online platforms to get rid of online trolls

Photo: Manan Vatsiyana (Getty Images) Australia is trying to make it hard for you to be an internet troll, but at what cost? Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced plans to introduce legislation that would, in some cases, compel social media companies to hand over personal information to users who post defamatory comments, Reuters reports. While …

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