Volvo and Siemens Careers Yield Electric Vehicles

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More electric vehicles are slated to enter the market as Siemens and Volvo recently announced a partnership to develop these green vehicles. The partnership will help more American drivers decrease their environmental footprint as well as generate more Siemens careers at a time when job opportunities are invaluable.

Siemens careers will include the chance to work with Volvo on electrical charging and driving technology, which is slated to become a part of the Volvo C 30 electric cars. The ultimate goal of Siemens careers is to industrialize hydrogen production for fuel cells as employees strive to make electricity for vehicles sustainable.

Siemens essentially must convert extra unused energy produced during the production of renewable energy into green hydrogen, which is a valuable part of electric vehicles that receive their power from batteries. Siemens careers make achieving such a goal a possibility, as the Siemens Drive Technologies Division features 36,000 workers in 43 places worldwide.

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The first Volvo C 30 electric vehicles will undergo testing at the end of this year. Then, 200 test vehicles will go to Siemens so that those working in Siemens careers will test and validate them in real-life situations.

The Volvo and Siemens careers efforts mirror those of several other companies, as Toyota and Ford have collaborated to create hybrid SUVs and light trucks, and Korea’s LG Electronics is partnering with General Motors to create electric vehicles.

Siemens careers made available through the company’s partnership with Volvo allows American workers to continue helping the company grow its electric drive technology so that it is not only used for industrial purposes such as hybrid buses and railway systems but also for common consumer vehicles.

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