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  1. Peggy Hollinger, Industry Editor, FT Collaboration aims to have a part-electric test aircraft in the air by 2020 Tests will be carried out on a BAE146 with one of the four turbines replaced by a two megawatt electric motor Airbus, Rolls-Royce and Siemens have announced plans to collaborate on a hybrid test aircraft that will fly by 2020. The companies have formed a partnership to build a technology demonstrator with an electric motor that will help during take-off and the climb to cruising altitude. They aim to have a commercially viable hybrid regional passenger jet
  2. http://www.masstransitmag.com/press_release/12142808/the-first-quebec-100-electric-bus-is-unveiled Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. General Electric a des croûtes à manger si elle veut grignoter l'avance de Pratt&Whitney Canada dans le marché des turbopropulseurs. Pour en lire plus...
  4. GE Capital, la filiale de services financiers du conglomérat américain General Electric, s'apprête à supprimer jusqu'à 11 000 emplois, soit 15% de ses effectifs. Pour en lire plus...
  5. Les dirigeants de compagnies comme Microsoft et General Electric. soutiennent que l'incapacité de venir à la rescousse de l'industrie bancaire est une menace pour l'économie. Pour en lire plus...
  6. Salut la gagne! Etant à Vancouver, je vais en profiter pour poster des choses qui pourraient être d'intérêt pour Montréal. Vancouver council considers mandatory installation of electric car chargers City could require 10 per cent of new condo parking spots to include electric car chargers BY JOANNE LEE-YOUNG, VANCOUVER SUNJULY 8, 2009 Vancouver city council will soon decide whether to force developers to install electric car-charging stations in at least 10 per cent of all new condo parking lots -- a proposal that's creating a chicken-or-the-egg debate. If the
  7. Le conglomérat américain annonce des résultats en baisse mais conforme aux attentes mais la récession se fait sentir. Pour en lire plus...
  8. Interesting to see Montreal take a leadership position in this space. http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/mobile/montreal-to-get-106-new-electric-car-charging-stations-by-june-1.2626788 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Read more: http://www.wired.com/autopia/2012/09/tesla-supercharger/ Tesla going to have their Supercharger stations in Canada by 2015/16. I have a feeling, when there will be more electric vehicles on the road, we might be seeing Hydro-Quebec stations.
  10. APRIL 6, 2009, 9:17 PM By JIM MOTAVALLI G.M.’s P.U.M.A. prototype in Manhattan. General Motors may be so short of cash that bankruptcy is among its dwindling options, but the company is still in the business of creating dreams. Its latest dream, the P.U.M.A. mobility pod, to be unveiled Tuesday in New York, is pretty far out — and as such, requires no big immediate investments. Indeed, Larry Burns, G.M.’s vice president for research and development and strategic planning, said the P.U.M.A. prototype cost “only one half of one percent of G.M’s typical engineering budget” for a year
  11. Le diffuseur appartenant à General Electric débourserait 3,5 G$ US pour faire l'acquisition du canal spécialisé en météo. Pour en lire plus...
  12. (Courtesy of Engadget) It is a good initiative, but will Quebec mandate by a certain year everyone needs to have an electric vehicle?
  13. APRIL 2, 2009, 7:57 AM Nissan Rolls On With Its Electric Car By BRADLEY BERMAN Nissan is using the Cube as a test mule for its electric drivetrain. The design for its electric car, due in 2010, will be original. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — President Obama’s auto task force cast doubt this week on the business case for the Chevrolet Volt, the extended-range electric vehicle from General Motors. The task force’s written assessment said big cost reductions were needed to make the vehicle “commercially viable.” Nissan, however, is gushing with confidence about the business case for its
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