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Principal, NorthBridge Energy Partners, LLC

Peter Kelly-Detwiler has nearly 30 years of experience in the area of electric energy, retail power, and distributed energy assets. Mr. Kelly-Detwiler provides strategic expertise in the areas of...

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  • Aug 11, 2021

1) IPCC says climate damage unavailable and occurring faster than anticipated.

2) U.S. soar past 100K for Q2 @ 2.7% of market. Plug-ins and hybrids top 258K.

3) Ford spending on EVs will eclipse that of ICEs in 2023. Sales & reservations of its EVs have brought in over 70% new customers to the Ford brand.

4) Hyundai's Ioniq 7 SUV will have 880 v platform, charge at up to 350 kW (62 miles of range in 5 minutes), w/possible wireless charging, and 400 miles of range. 

5) Three largest US auto OEMs issue a joint statement, targeting between 40% & 50% of sales to be electrics, plug-ins, or fuel cells by 2030. 

6) DHL Express with 1st order of 12 electric planes from Israel's Eviation, (2024 delivery), w/plan to create "Emission-free transport network." 

7) BNEF reports green hydrogen activity has doubled this year w/electrolyzer market possibly 2 GW by year's end. China responsible for over 60% of new electrolyzers.

8) US Wind expanding wind project off the Maryland going from 270 MW (2025) to 1200 MW by 2028, and developing 90-acre steel production facility, close to Baltimore. #electricvehicles #PKayDee #TheEnergySwitch#sustainability #electricplanes #offshorewind


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