Category: High-Tech Auto & Mobility

September 09, 2022

Detroit Auto Show Bringing New Family Friendly Attractions and Additions This Year

The North American International Auto Show, located in Detroit, will feature various new themed attractions to offer its guests. The auto show has been on hiatus since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is returning in 2022 with a new design and layout for visitors.

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August 31, 2022

DTE to Expand Solar Power Infrastructure by 70% for Historic Ford Purchase

Ford Motor Co. has committed to buying at least $120 million of solar power annually from DTE Energy Co., which plans to expand its solar infrastructure in Michigan by nearly 70% to 650 megawatts.

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August 30, 2022

Gilchrist Announces Expanded Collaboration with Electric Vehicle Charging Company

Today, Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II announced that Volta Charging, an electric vehicle infrastructure company, will expand its presence in Michigan to help build out the state’s broader electric vehicle infrastructure, ultimately improving transit options for residents and strengthening the state’s EV ecosystems. 

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August 24, 2022

How Ford Train Depot Construction Has Already Changed Southwest Detroit

As the hulking skeleton of the Michigan Central Depot in Corktown continues to undergo a $740 million rehabilitation by Ford Motor Company into an EV campus and “innovation district,” other developments along that stretch to the south have followed suit.

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August 19, 2022

AutoGlow Fundraiser Returning Along With Detroit Auto Show Charity Preview

The longest-running Detroit auto show Charity Preview afterglow is returning this year after a two-year break.

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August 17, 2022

From Rider to Director of Marketing and Community Outreach: Jeremy Rosenberg’s Journey at MoGo

When I chose to attend Wayne State in 2017, I knew that I’d be moving to campus to live without a car. While my friends, parents, and grandparents questioned my decision continuously, I was confident: the Q-Line had just opened, MoGo was launching, and if all else failed, I figured I could give DDOT and […]

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August 16, 2022

$25M Grant Will Help Build Detroit Mobility and Innovation Corridor in Corktown

The State of Michigan and the U.S. Department of Transportation announced the City of Detroit and the state are getting a $25 million grant for what is called the Detroit Mobility and Innovation Corridor.

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August 01, 2022

Auto Show Puts the ‘Detroit’ Back Into Downtown Event As Plans for Its Return Solidify

Crain’s Detroit Business Kurt Nagl July 15, 2022 The 2022 North American International Detroit Auto Show will feature 35 brands, from Detroit area automakers to luxury car companies. Automakers including Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., Stellantis NV and Toyota Motor Corp. will have a major presence at the auto show in Detroit this September, […]

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July 25, 2022

Beyond Bosch: Stepping on the Gas with Green Hydrogen

Do you know about Hydrogen? Don’t feel out of the loop if you don’t. In the Beyond Bosch podcast “Stepping on the gas with green hydrogen,” Engineering Manager Matt Thorington explains that as battery electric vehicles are entering the market, the conversations around green energy solutions have been on battery technology. However, the weight of […]

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July 20, 2022

5 Detroit Auto Attractions to Add More Excitement to Summer Plans

The motor city is lively in the summer with walkers, bikers, hikers, swimmers, visitors, locals, and a community that cares about the automotive industry’s impact on Detroit’s future. Detroit auto attractions add to the Detroit community’s pride in its history and the future.

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