Day: October 20, 2021

Worldwide Sales of Electronic Automotive Fuse Boxes Are Likely to Bring In Approximately US$ 4,900 Mn Revenues by 2028-end

ise in consumer preferences for electro-mechanical, electrical, and electronic functions in vehicles has led innovations in design & operation of relevant power systems. Pervasiveness of fuse boxes, as the only solution of circuit protection in automobiles, continues to prevail. In light of these factors, worldwide sales of automotive fuse boxes are likely to bring in approximately US$ 4,900 Mn revenues by 2028-end, according to a new Fact.MR study.

Although traditional automotive fuse boxes have been sought-after on the coattails of their affordable unit cost, an elephant-sized opportunity exists for integration of smarter, more intelligent electronic fuse. Use of electronic fuse has the potential of significantly trimming costs and weight of vehicles. Uptake of power demand in new vehicles, in combination with recent luxury cars sales proliferation are likely to brim the future requirement for automotive fuse boxes.

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Capital Region BOCES students gear up for electric car repair training

A new pilot program to train automotive technicians in electric car technology received a valuable donation Tuesday when Capital Region BOCES took receipt of an electric car to help students train.

The New York Power Authority donated a retired electric vehicle to the BOCES Career & Technical School in Albany to help students develop the skills they need to work in the clean energy industry.

“Nationwide enrollment in automotive schools has been plummeting. This is a great opportunity to foster workforce development in our youth, especially in underprivileged communities,” said Lisa Payne Wansley, vice president of environmental justice at the power authority. “This is game-changing and will serve to level the playing field for adolescents in the Capital Region.” 

To start the program, the power authority donated three retired electric vehicles to automotive technical institutions across the upstate region. Along with Capital Region BOCES, Orleans-Niagara BOCES in Medina in the

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