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Aluminum Supply Chain Shortages to Come to an End

Four years ago, Time Magazine published a seven-page article entitled, “Welcome Comrades” detailing an investment by United Company Rusal of up to $200 million in an aluminum mill to be built in Ashland, Kentucky. The US aluminum industry was growing old, and a venture capitalist named Craig Bouchard had the vision to build a mill […]

Amarillo Signs Letter of Intent for Partnership Using Kinetic Energy with City Vehicles

Michael Cuviello | Amarillo Globe-News Rich Gagnon, assistant city manager and chief information officer for the city of Amarillo, addressed the Amarillo City Council last week and the media at Wednesday’s Amarillo Lunch and Learn event to talk about the city’s proposed project with Ecolution, which would work to transition the city’s vehicle fleet to […]

Craig Bouchard On David Attenborough’s ‘A Life On Our Planet’, Clean Energy, and The Future Of Planet Earth

by Marc Berman Throughout his illustrious career, natural historian David Attenborough has illuminated audiences with captivating accounts of natural wonders. Young Attenborough was among the first to delve into unexplored lands. He witnessed the first inklings of recognition regarding climate change. Through his work, he has seen various environmental atrocities. These include the extinction of […]

Electric Vehicle Outlook 2020

Go to full article The Electric Vehicle Outlook is BloombergNEF’s annual long-term forecast of how electrification, shared mobility and autonomous driving will impact road transport from now out to 2040. It covers light duty passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, buses, and two/three-wheeled vehicles. The report draws on our team of specialists around the world and looks […]

A Green Recovery for the Automotive Industry?

Go to full article With plans for COVID-19 recovery funds to support a green transition inside and outside of Europe’s automotive industry, Autovista Group daily brief journalist Tom Geggus explores where the money would best be invested. Last week, the European Commission revealed its €750 billion recovery plan to help pull EU economies out of […]

Six Lessons from CEO’s Huge Aluminum Gambit in Appalachia

By Dale Buss The ongoing construction of a $1.6-billion aluminum-rolling mill in Ashland, Kentucky, ticketed with the economic hopes and dreams of an entire region, is about as big and bold as an entrepreneur can go. But there are lessons for other business leaders in how Craig Bouchard, CEO of Braidy Industries, has approached his […]