Ultramotive Technologies Pty. Ltd. receives a A$70,400 ($61,620) Australian government grant under the Commercializing Emerging Technologies (COMET) program to develop electric-motor technology for vehicles that eliminates the need for gearboxes and transmissions. A government statement says Queensland-based Ultramotive has developed high-efficiency, high power-to-weight-ratio electric motor/generator technology for use in automotive applications such as a wheel motor or drive motor. ...

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