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Shortage of Lithium Batteries in the Future?Mar 14 2018
Austrailia To Ban Fuel Driven AutomobilesMar 13 2018
In a continuation of previous articles, Australia is moving to ban the sale of petrol and diesel powered automobiles by 2030. We hope you find this of interest.
PolyOne Announces Deal with IntegralFeb 27 2018
What a pleasure to have a company that thinks enough of doing a deal with us to put out press under their name.
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Electriplast and the Consumer Electronics ShowJan 30 2018
Electriplast has been featured in an article connected to the Consumer Electronics Show(CES) written by Dr. Donald Rosato, President of Plastisource, Inc. We found this to be of interest, we hope you do to.
Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing(VTOL)Jan 3 2018
A newer company is taking to the streets, and to the skies. Read about the Workhorse pickup truck and their newest electric backup powered helicopter. More resembles a big drone.
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