E-CELL

AcronymDefinition
E-CELLElectrochemical Cell
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The system is now being expanded from the initial two modules with an additional eight E-cells using Skylake processors from Intel.
In light distribution trucks, our Fuso Canter E-Cell has already been undergoing intensive customer trials since 2014.
Dr Wolfgang Bernhard added: "In light distribution trucks, our Fuso Canter E-Cell has already been undergoing intensive customer trials since 2014, and with the Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck, we are now electrifying the heavy distribution segment up to 26 tonnes.
E-Cell of JIS College of Engineering is a non-profit student organization that aims to promote entrepreneurship among students.
E-Cell hosts various workshops, speaker sessions, innovative games,competitions for the aspiring entrepreneurs and supports them by providing necessary resources such as seed funding, mentoring, consultancy and networking.
Furthermore Ride & Drive also offers the opportunity to discover at first hand the unrestricted everyday practicality of two of Daimler's electric vehicles, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL and the smart fortwo electric drive, both of which are already in series production.
Daimler AG of Germany revealed its luxury brand Mercedes-Benz series electric sports car SLS AMG E-cell, which board of management member Thomas Weber said will prompt the industry to feel that ''the race for the best electric sports car is on.''
Some were small city cars much like the futuristic looking Kia Pop or the distincly odd-looking Peugeot Bb1; others were more racy like the Tesla roadsters and some were electric versions of petrol models we already know -- like Volvo's electric C30 or the Mercedes Benz A-class E-cell.
Van sales for the first half of 2010 are up by a whopping 50 per cent and earlier this summer Mercedes opened a new chapter in drive technology for light commercials with the emissions-free Vito E-CELL.
With a range of around 80 miles the Vito E-CELL is not only emission-free its silent running means it can operate in environmentally-sensitive areas - particularly at night where noise restrictions apply.