Market Moves: Electric Vehicles - Feb 3rd, 2023
From CES offerings to partnerships, here's the sector's biggest January news
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From the Editor

Hello and welcome to Market Moves Electric Vehicles! We plan to deliver monthly content sourced from several Endeavor Business Media brands on the state of EVs. This newsletter is just one of five cross-industry Market Moves products launching in 2023. You're now able to also subscribe to newsletters that pull together some of our coverage of manufacturing, energy, infrastructure and cybersecurity right here.

We're leading this newsletter with big moves in the EV sector: new technology, partnerships, and investments. We hope you find value in them and the other pieces here. There's much more to come.

Top Story
From the show floor to panelist discussions, the global acceleration of electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles has undoubtably taken off. Here are some key takeaways.
From Construction Equipment
The program will provide fleet managers with affordable financing and service options for EV charging infrastructure.

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From EnergyTech
Fermata will pair its vehicle-to-everything (V2X) chargers and software platform with Phoenix’s zero-emission drive system, allowing Phoenix’s customers possibly to earn revenue while their vehicles are parked.
From Vehicle Service Pros
The induction robot charger, which premiered at CES 2023, is designed for all types and brands of vehicles.
From Mass Transit
The federal funding will go toward the purchase of 350 vehicles in Ottawa and charging infrastructure to assist OC Transpo in becoming a zero-emission fleet by 2036.
From IndustryWeek
CFO says the auto maker isn’t doing anything ‘to prepare for a price war’ in the EV market.
From Chemical Processing
The sector is poised to capitalize on opportunities in the EV supply chain, including lightweight batteries and moisture control solutions.