On the Ninth Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

Zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) are the way of the future, and as discussed in Parts I & II of All Zero-Emission Vehicles Are Not Created Equal, the batteries utilized in these vehicles have the potential to make or break the environmental intentions of clean energy automotive companies. Nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) and lithium-ion batteries are currently the most commonly used batteries in ZEVs , but both of these options leave consumers and manufacturers wanting for a more disposable friendly option. Recycling and repurposing, although beneficial, may not be enough to outweigh effectiveness, cost and labor-intensive processes that go along with these methods of disposal .

Read more https://ronnmotorgroup.com/blog/all-zero-emission-vehicles-are-not-created-equal-part-iii/

 

On the Seventh Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

The future is coming into view, and the future likes to drive fast…and far.  Zero-emission technology has drastically improved over the last 15 years, much to the satisfaction of automotive enthusiasts as well as everyday consumers.  What once started out as a plug-in electric on a very short “leash,” tying drivers to a narrow traveling radius, has now evolved into freedom and speed only speculated about in years’ past.

RONN Motor Group, Inc. (RONN) is an automotive developer focused on zero-emission, all electric-hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle platforms. Ideal for long-range transportation, these vehicles will encompass automobiles, intercity buses, fleet delivery and light-duty trucks, as well as future Hypercars.

RONN’s original flagship design of the first eco-exotic supercar, Scorpion, was leveraged as both a production and a marketing platform to launch a full line of all electric-hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. The Scorpion’s first official public debut was at the 2008 SEMA show.

The RONN Scorpion, a one-of-a-kind eco-exotic supercar

One of the many aspects that made this vehicle unique was its power plant, a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6. The most notable feature was the RONN hydrogen system design, which made this supercar highly fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly. The Hydrogen Fuel Injection (HFI) system provided hydrogen on demand, which was injected directly into the engine.

RONN is leading the evolution of zero-emission vehicles.

The Scorpion served as the bridge to the zero-emission, dynamic-design future.  With current zero-emission vehicles on the market averaging less than 185 miles of range per charge, according to Green Car Reports, an obvious area of improvement for auto manufacturers is range, the distance a vehicle can travel before refueling/charging.

The upcoming Phoenix is the evolution of the Scorpion and is planned to be an all-wheel drive, all-electric sports car with an optional hydrogen fuel-cell and an estimated driving range of over 600 miles. The vehicle is expected to be released in early 2019 as a roadster and coupe, followed by a sedan in a future design.

Consumers have the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of this groundbreaking technology through Regulation A+, allowing anyone the opportunity to invest despite their investment portfolio.  Now everyday consumers and investors alike have the change to accelerate the future with the leader in all electric-hydrogen fuel-cell technology, RONN Motor Group, Inc.

 

 

Forward-Looking Statements The Offering Materials May Contain Forward-Looking Statements And Information Relating To, Among Other Things, The Company, Its Business Plan And Strategy, And Its Industry. These Forward-Looking Statements Are Based On The Beliefs Of, Assumptions Made By, And Information Currently Available To The Company’s Management. When Used In The Offering Materials, The Words “Estimate,” “Project,” “Believe,” “Anticipate,” “Intend,” “Expect” And Similar Expressions Are Intended To Identify Forward-Looking Statements, Which Constitute Forward Looking Statements. These Statements Reflect Management’s Current Views With Respect To Future Events And Are Subject To Risks And Uncertainties That Could Cause The Company’s Actual Results To Differ Materially From Those Contained In The Forward-Looking Statements. Investors Are Cautioned Not To Place Undue Reliance On These Forward-Looking Statements, Which Speak Only As Of The Date On Which They Are Made. The Company Does Not Undertake Any Obligation To Revise Or Update These Forward-Looking Statements To Reflect Events Or Circumstances After Such Date Or To Reflect The Occurrence Of Unanticipated Events. To obtain a copy of the Offering Circular, click here to download directly.

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

If you haven’t heard about hydrogen and fuel cells before, then listen up. These technologies are bursting on to the scene and have the potential to solve some of the biggest problems in energy ranging from commercial buildings to transportation.

And, while most people are more familiar with solar, wind and battery power, keep your eye on these up-and-coming technologies that could add to our nation’s diverse energy mix.

Read five things to know about hydrogen and fuel cells.

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

 

In the automotive world, designing a zero-emission vehicle is the way of the future, however, sustaining that future must start with a modernized and scalable work process that will yield manufacturing productivity for tomorrow’s’ customers. With more focus on implementation and IoT, today’s auto manufacturing environment will be better positioned to exploit rapidly emerging technologies, innovations and 3D printing techniques as the underlying culture of manufacturing continues to evolve.  As a result, tomorrow’s companies will be leaders in optimized station-based workflows, integrated IoT measurements, deep learning and predictive frameworks that will improve product yields, manpower efficiency and production output.

RONN Motor Group, Inc. (RONN) is an early adopter of such emerging manufacturing technologies and innovations that are focused on data-driven manufacturing work processes. Today, 3D modeling is widely utilized by automotive manufacturers during the design and engineering process.  Within the manufacturing process, however, 3D printing is underutilized, specifically in dematerializing modular components into lighter and more cost efficient parts that result in decreasing impact on the environment, transportation and ultimately the bottom line.

“3D printing is used extensively for prototyping in product development today to accelerate design cycles and enable designers to efficiently explore multiple options,” said Dr. Paul Benning, HP fellow and 3D print chief technologist at HP, Inc. “Typically, these designs were manufactured in analog processes like injection molding, but in the future, parts will be manufactured using 3D print.”

This approach also enables vehicles to be built by smaller local teams with modularized automation to further reduce production costs, time, and enhance delivery quality while rapidly scaling capacity. Using these new computer-aided design and development techniques, such as 3D printing and computer simulated crash testing, allows a better use of capital to regionalize manufacturing, distribution and sustainment.

According to Businessnewsdaily.com, when discussing 3D printing, Matt Regnier, CEO of Dagoma 3D said, “I think one of the main advantages … is to be able to adjust and adapt the whole production line with the speed of the 3D printing production lines.  For example, if we want to improve something on our machine, it’s easy – it’s just one click away. For another technology like injection, it’s not one click away; it’s two to three months away. You’d have to change molds, ship it, make sure it’s ready and working, and then start producing.”

In order to see the future changed, one must be willing to change the processes that advance the system as a whole, and RONN is committed to just that, leading the automotive revolution toward a zero-emission future.  Individuals ready to shift the automotive future are being offered a limited investment opportunity through Regulation A+, the Mini-IPO allowing everyday people the chance to invest.  Investment opportunities that were previously limited to high net worth individuals are now accessible to both accredited and non-accredited investors alike.  Get in on the ground floor of unprecedented zero-emission design and the forefront of rapid scale manufacturing.    Together we can accelerate the future.

 

 

 

Forward-Looking Statements The Offering Materials May Contain Forward-Looking Statements And Information Relating To, Among Other Things, The Company, Its Business Plan And Strategy, And Its Industry. These Forward-Looking Statements Are Based On The Beliefs Of, Assumptions Made By, And Information Currently Available To The Company’s Management. When Used In The Offering Materials, The Words “Estimate,” “Project,” “Believe,” “Anticipate,” “Intend,” “Expect” And Similar Expressions Are Intended To Identify Forward-Looking Statements, Which Constitute Forward Looking Statements. These Statements Reflect Management’s Current Views With Respect To Future Events And Are Subject To Risks And Uncertainties That Could Cause The Company’s Actual Results To Differ Materially From Those Contained In The Forward-Looking Statements. Investors Are Cautioned Not To Place Undue Reliance On These Forward-Looking Statements, Which Speak Only As Of The Date On Which They Are Made. The Company Does Not Undertake Any Obligation To Revise Or Update These Forward-Looking Statements To Reflect Events Or Circumstances After Such Date Or To Reflect The Occurrence Of Unanticipated Events. To obtain a copy of the Offering Circular, click here to download directly.

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

Tumbling battery prices mean that EVs will not just have lower lifetime costs, but will also be cheaper to buy than internal combustion engine cars in most countries by 2025-29.

London and New York, 6 July 2017 – Electric vehicles will make up the majority of new car sales worldwide by 2040, and account for 33% of all the light-duty vehicles on the road, according to new research published today.

Learn more by reading, https://about.bnef.com/blog/electric-vehicles-accelerate-54-new-car-sales-2040/

On the Third Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

Thomas Edison is described as America’s greatest inventor and is most notably remembered for his invention of the electric light bulb; however, few may know that Edison tinkered in the automotive realm as well. Inaccurately hailed a modern day invention, electric vehicles were actually on the minds of inventors as early as the 1830s, long before the development of the great Model T of 1908. Edison believed that electric vehicles were the superior mode of transportation and is credited with trying his hand at the electric car battery, yet with a range of setbacks including weight and expense of the battery, this invention was quickly surpassed by the development of fossil fuel vehicles. Nevertheless, the mantra of Mr. Edison is still alive and well today: “There is a way to do it better. Find it.”

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On the Second Day of Christmas, the Future Gave to Me…

So you hopped on board the fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) bandwagon, just like Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, and enjoyed 300-plus miles of pure, zero-emission bliss from the tailpipe. Now comes the fun part, filling up! It’s quick, easy and isn’t too much different than your traditional gas station.

Read five things you need to know when filling up your FCEV; https://energy.gov/eere/articles/5-things-know-when-filling-your-fuel-cell-electric-vehicle