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While a bulk of those funds will go toward electrifying its portfolio, Hyundai is expressly interested in autonomous vehicles and other future mobility technologies.

Mitsubishi wants electrified vehicles to count for half of its global sales in 2030, up from just 7% now.

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Your views of the Pacific are likely to be electrified by the breaching of humpback whales.

Aviation, shipping, and trucking are very hard to electrify in part because most electric vehicle batteries are currently not designed to supply power over such long distances.

From Vox

GM Chairman Mary Barra has pledged to electrify the automaker’s entire lineup and is reviving the hulking Hummer brand with a 1,000-horsepower electric pickup.

From Fortune

Most farmers, I am told, waited until rural electrification brought them grid power.

People in the Plains states did not get electrification until the 30s.

Our goal is just to advance the electrification of transport.

In fact, no exact knowledge of the source of electrification of any colloid has yet been obtained.

This electrification is often difficult to remove without injuring the insulating power of the paraffin.

A hundred feet further on I saw that the passage was barred by a grille, faintly luminous with electrification.

This leads us to believe that there are two kinds of electrification or two kinds of electrical charge.

From the ease with which electrification moves, along a conductor, many have imagined that electricity is a fluid.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to electrification, such as: elation, euphoria, high spirits, hilarity, joy, and animation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.