Why Electric Vehicle Stocks Could See A Big Recovery In 2021

FN Media Group Presents Market Commentary

LONDON, May 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — A massive $2.5-trillion infrastructure plan could send EV companies–and many of their tie-ins–to record new heights. And some investors are getting ready to pile in like never before as the “green tidal wave” prepares to reach tsunami proportions.   Mentioned in today’s commentary includes:  BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE: BLK), Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG),, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE), Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH).

They’re already on the move … and tie-in stocks, companies that are related to the EV industry like Facedrive (

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Rivian and Lion electric vehicle plants make Illinois a potential hub

With two assembly plants and a leading research facility, Illinois has positioned itself to become a center of the technology transforming the automotive industry. As automakers move to replace internal combustion engines with electric powertrains over the next decade or two, states are racing to stake their claims to electric vehicle manufacturing and the jobs it will create.

So far, established automakers are primarily concentrating production in Michigan, Tennessee, Indiana and South Carolina. Newcomers such as Tesla and Lucid have chosen Nevada, Texas and Arizona.

Illinois beat out Texas and Michigan for the Lion plant, a sign of the state’s

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Report to Congress on Marine Corps’ Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle Program

The following is the May 13, 2021, Congressional Research Service In Focus report, Marine Corps Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV)

From the report

ARV Desired Operational Capabilities According to a Marine Corps May 2019 briefing to industry, some of the ARV’s desired operational capabilities include  an automatic medium-caliber cannon capable of delivering anti-personnel, anti-materiel, and anti-armor munitions on the move (such as the Army’s XM813 30 mm weapon system);  anti-armor capability to defeat close-in heavy armor threats;

  • precision-guided munitions (PGMs) to defeat threats beyond the engagement range of threat systems;
  • unmanned systems swarm capability to
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Vocational center for construction, electric vehicle, aviation technology fields coming to DeKalb County – Yellowhammer News

U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) on Wednesday tore into the Biden administration for selectively picking and choosing which laws to enforce based purely on political considerations — a mentality that Alabama’s senior senator emphasized is a direct threat to the rule of law in America.

Shelby’s comments came as opening remarks during the Senate Committee on Appropriations’ hearing focused on domestic violent extremism in the United States. During the hearing, Attorney General Merrick Garland and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testified before the committee, of which Shelby is the vice chair.

“The rule of law – the very

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Motorcar Parts of America’s Subsidiary Gains Orders as Global Automotive Manufacturers Accelerate Electric Vehicle Development Programs

Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. (Nasdaq: MPAA) today announced its wholly owned subsidiary D&V Electronics recently received two orders valued at more than $2 million for advanced power hardware-in-the-loop testbed (p-HIL) and inverter test systems from global electric vehicle manufacturers in China and Europe. Additional terms were not disclosed.

“These orders continue a series of meaningful wins with major automotive and transportation companies that are focused on vehicle and aviation electrification. We are excited to further our successful relationships in this space and appreciate the confidence in our power hardware-in-the-loop technology represented by these orders. We look forward to future

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California Accelerates Toward Zero-Emission Vehicle Standards That Will Save Lives, Save Money, Create Jobs

California just moved further down the road toward cleaner cars and vital air pollution reductions.

The state’s Air Resources Board hosted a public workshop on the development of its Advanced Clean Cars II (ACC II) program last week, where it announced that it intends to propose multipollutant standards that will ensure all new cars sold in California are zero-emitting vehicles by 2035.

At the workshop, the Air Resources Board for the first time laid out a proposed trajectory for the ACC II program, charting a course for ensuring 60% of new vehicles sold in 2030 are zero-emitting and 100% of

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