Industry highlights week 25 – 29 April 2022

Tesla confirmed that nearly half of all its vehicles produced last quarter are already using cobalt-free iron-phosphate (LFP) batteries. The information also gives us an interesting insight into Tesla’s mix of models, which is generally quite opaque. See the article here.

A new era in the Irish energy is about to take off. Individuals, businesses, farmers, community organisations and sports clubs will be able to install renewable energy technology and get paid for excess power they return to the grid. See the article here.

Polestar announced updates to the Polestar 2 model, related to three main areas – sustainability, tech and design. The sustainability component includes aluminum parts (battery tray and wheels) produced with the use of renewable energy (reduction of CO2 emission by 1,350 kg per car), as well as more environmentally friendly materials. See the article here.

Tesla is considering using an 800-volt architecture for the Cybertruck and the Semi said Tesla manager Andrew Baglino during the investor conference on the latest quarterly figures. He also commented on 800-volt considerations for other models. See the article here.

FREE NOW, Ireland’s leading multi-mobility app reported an increase in demand for more sustainable transport options. There is a 630% increase in demand for its ECO booking service in the first quarter of 2022. See the article here.

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