Swappable batteries: Will motorbikes succeed where electric cars failed?

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Good news two-wheeled friends! A group of key motorbike makers are coming together to define industry standards for swappable batteries. Yamaha, Piaggio, Honda, and KTM have all reportedly signed an agreement to work together on the technology for motorbikes and light vehicles. The agreement sees the companies form a consortium, which is open to other manufacturers to join. So if you’re from or know someone who works at BMW Motorrad, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, or any other motorbike manufacturer, politely, please can you get on board with this? Kawaski and Suzuki were reportedly part of a similar deal which was discussed last…

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