Servicing Clients from a Distance – How E-PR Inc. Approaches CRM 

 The Art of Taking Care of Customers Online

E-PR Inc. has managed to achieve what every company is only now attempting to do: provide for clients in an online format. Their service connects clients that are interested in either personal or business promotion with media platforms which they can advertise on. There are various steps that the customer must first go through, and their team is here to help.

Step 1: Making an Account

The first part of the process is an easy one, but it is also very essential. To be a part of the platform, one has to make an account that can be customized with their personal information and needs. 

Step 2: Selecting Media Outlets

Once the client has created a profile, they can begin considering what media platforms they would like to work with. Depending on the client’s overall goals, they can filter this search based on target audience, geographic location, cost and other various determinants. After choosing the media, the client pays through their account.

Step 3: Deciding on the Content

Now, the content for the advertisement is the key. Clients can either have ready materials that they would like to publish, or they can use E-PR’s services to have content written for them. The customer can also have their article proofread by the team or translated into another language. When the content is ready, they will send the materials to the media outlet through the platform. 

Step 4: Communicating with the Media

When the client sends out their article, the media receives this directly. From here, the client and the platform will discuss details one-on-one. This is meant to simplify the process for both sides. However, if there are any questions from either side, E-PR has managers on standby ready to step in and mediate the communication process. Essentially, the client can decide how much managerial help they would like, whether it be a lot of assistance or they can have as little assistance as possible. 

Step 5: Publication

Once all of the details are discussed, the next step is publishing the content. Turn- around time is quick, and the client should be able to see their article quickly on Google search and Google news. Once the process is done, the client can come back to the platform to work with other media, or work with the same media if they would like. 


E-PR Inc. CEO Yury Mosha

E-PR has created a self-servicing platform that simultaneously is monitored and managed by their team. CEO Yury Mosha stands behind the idea that a platform must be easy to use for clients and made to be as convenient as possible for them. 

By being able to have their own personal account which they can upload content, communicate with the media, and upload payments onto, makes this a smooth process where all work is kept in one place. Clients have autonomy over how they would like to follow this process, and this all can be done from the comfort of their homes. 


An electric vehicle manufacturer in London converts its taxi to a van 


Electric vans have a competitive advantage over their counterpart pickup trucks. This trend will prevail in the electric vehicle industry throughout the coming to 2022, even with over six carmakers and electric vehicle companies preparing to launch their trucks.

Although Mercedes-Benz and Rivian have the contracts are authorizing them to deliver thousands of BEV vans for Amazon, another electric van developer called London Electric Vehicle Company. This van’s design is so that it can operate in two dimensions, where it utilizes both fuel and electric energy.

The London Electric Vehicle Company ventured this EV technology for the first time by designing an electric cab for London to replace its legendary ICE cab. The company, later on, reverted the taxi into a van. The company intends to mass-produce this van this year and expand its mileage range to 300 miles with a fifth of this being for the electric version.

The firm is currently distributing and receiving orders for the right-hand EV version, a process that will continue throughout this year before launching the left-hand model in the first half of next year. The van has a cargo capacity of 1800 lbs with the frontal appearance imitating the company’s taxi model unveiled two years ago.

The VN5 van will be utilizing the taxi battery in the taxi model and therefore have a potential of 31 kWh. This van can recharge in minutes since its design features a DC fast charging capacity. The inside will have an intuitive touchscreen with a subsequent automated emergency brake system. LECV plans to distribute three car models: Ultima, City, and Business, with a face value of $59000.

The purpose of this low price is to activate the quick uptake of these cars and compete Mercedes and Volkswagen, which have their electric vans gracing the European market. LECV’s chief executive Joerg Hoffman articulated that the VN5 van brings into the market the best portfolio of green energy vehicles with adorable designs and features.

Hoffman explains that they have integrated their best technological adjustments, including range variability and emission-free mechanisms into the van. He added that VN5 is the best alternative for consumers looking forward to a reliable and efficient van in clean energy technology and delivery of payloads. The concern now for businesses in megacities like Berlin is whether yo purchase hybrids or purely electric models since the cars have resolved their range anxieties.

In conclusion, LECV identifies its VN5 model as the best car to sustain the significant cities and businesses in their deliveries since the hybrid model caters for the developing charging stations. Although the vans are exciting to use, the manufacturers must be ready to face the challenge of insufficient charging stations, which limits the range of deliveries within the areas with charging infrastructure. Additionally, LECV must consider advancing its battery technology to remain relevant in the industry. 


Connecticut is working around the release of the tax refunds for electric cars in a fair manner


The oversight board on Connecticut’s rebates for the state’s electric vehicles evaluates a suitable method to capture more average and low-income customers.A proposal still under development states that the new electric vehicles with 200 mileage range should have tax incentives covering $1500 while the rest should receive a tune of $500. This move will make the average-to-low incomer earners afford the transition to electric vehicles. 

However, most people argue that these tax incentives are the lowest compared to Connecticut’s nearby states. In Connecticut, Barry Kresch of the EV proponents argues that these refunds had been under maintenance since last year when the financial allocations for the Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate Program (CHEAPR) were flailing.

Before the release of the refunds the CHEAPR, there was a 342 drop in the refunds apportionment, according to Kresch. Kresch was monitoring this program’s statistical data before making his comments.

Paul Farrell of the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection stated that they were uncertain of the effect of raising the refunds and incentives by adding those for used vehicles. Legislators passed the bill last year informing the inclusion of used cars’ motivations to facilitate their acquisition by average to low-income buyers, a move that the rebates allocation team viewed as skeptical. The legislators also agreed to appropriate annual support of $3 million to propel the CHEAPR program through the coming five years.

The Electric Vehicle Roadmap report by the agency provides that they can give a maximum of 16000 rebates in the next half-decade if the prices, government incentives, and financial conditions do not vary that much. The report also accords that the low-income households additional rebates to hasten the transition to electric vehicles.

Transport Hartford’s facilitator Anthony Cherolis stated that the rebate programs aim to make electric vehicles accessible to those whose disposable income can’t allow them to buy a Tesla. Cherolis views the introduction of high incentives on batteries with long mileage ranges to clear the mileage range fear.

However, the legislators agreed to disallow rebates for e-bikes to argue that they do not meet the vehicle definition. Tracy Babbidge of the Bureau of Air Management stated the agency is looking into programs they can finance to champion the uptake of more electric vehicles nationwide. To conclude, Cherolis recommends a conclusive approach to all aspects of the CHEAPR appropriations, especially now that the pandemic creates the desire for clean energy vehicles.


Main associates of Hyundai to join the electric market as long-term providers turn to outsiders 


SEOUL (Reuters): As Tesla Inc. hurries to shift to electric vehicles, Hyundai loyal providers have decided to turn to outsiders to provide motor parts. However, Mobis, an automaker and a supplying entity based in South Korea, has decided to muscle into the game. 

That type of decision is a direct answer to Volkswagen and Tesla’s entities as they fight for providers that Hyundai has worked for many past years. Ahn Byung-ki, an assistant leader of the electric power train venture at Hyundai Mobis, stated that the entity is not able to provide for other entities since it is monitoring Hyundai’s progress. Byung-ki added that the overall price would reduce if the firm continues to sell to other outside entities.  As a result, global firms, Hyundai being one of them, will be significantly affected. 

Chung Mong-Koo, the chairman of Hyundai Motor Group, is the main stakeholder of Hyundai Mobis, enabling it to receive over 90% of its revenue from the mothership. Ahn Byung-ki stated that reducing electric vehicles’ cost is crucial to compete with cheaper gasoline without financial support since Chinese competitors have left Hyundai and Tesla out of the list. 

Mobis hopes to win the tender from two of global carmakers before this year ends. If it wins the deal, the firm will have the opportunity to supply electric power trains. However, the entity has been a provider of other electric cars to Fiat – Chrysler, among other companies. Hyundai providers can decide to exploit the longtime experience of Hyundai to make eco-friendly vehicles. As a result, Hyundai providers will be the leaders, followed by European entities that have places they focus majorly on diesel. 

According to researcher LMC Automotive, Hyundai Motors and Kia Motors appear as the third position on international electric battery sales in 2019. Tesla and Renault-Nissan were the leaders in electric battery sales. Euisen Chung, the heir of Hyundai Motor Group and de facto chairman, confirmed Hyundai’s goal, where it aims to have over 10% electric vehicles on the global market in the next five years. 

Hyundai Glovis Co Ltd, an affiliate of Logistics, counts Euisun Chung as its main stakeholder. It has also enlarged the territory to fish more customers from Hyundai to Tesla and Volkswagen to convey transport cars across the globe. 


Astronomers outline the tricks to minimize the obstruction caused by the satellite constellations

The American Astronomical Society and the National Science Foundation’s NOIRLab expressed their concern that satellites’ mega-constellations within the low-Earth orbit will obstruct the visibility of the cosmos system. The two came up with a research report articulating how to minimize the interference from these satellites. One of the plausible strategies is minimizing the number of satellites going into the LEO, which completely clears the problem but is an impossibility for the satellite operators.  

The recommendations came up in the workshop that brought together astronomers, scientists, and satellite operators. The senior executive of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Phil Puxley, explained that the satellite effect of reflecting sunlight on Earth impedes the astronomical discoveries’ visibility and can be easily confused with shining stars.

Since SpaceX’s deployment of its bright 60 satellites, the issue of satellite reflection became more visible. The satellite operator’s intention to deploy over 20000 satellites for its Starlink constellation envisioned an upcoming challenge for the astronomical view causing an uproar from this sector.

Some of the challenges that the astronomers have identified to be lethal for their astronomical observations include the light trail left by the constellation of satellites, which could confuse them as being transient events from the solar system in space.

The workshop discussed at large the possible impacts of the satellites as impediments to the astronomical studies that will be conducted at the Vera C. Rubin Observatory, which is under development. The senior scientist in this observatory, Tony Tyson, stated that this machine is too good to encounter such problems when it should be making critical additions to science.

The other recommendation that the workshop outlined to resolve this satellite problem is to allow the constellation operators to launch their satellites below 600 kilometers from Earth to minimize their visibility as stars in space. This move will make the satellites appear as shadows, especially at night. The challenge now is that some satellite operators intended to deploy their constellations above this altitude like OneWeb’s constellation.

Another strategy that can salvage astronomy’s satellite problem is darkening the satellites that make them invisible to the naked eyes. This strategy can work well when the satellite is tilted to avoid the sun’s rays and a subsequent reflection of this light. SpaceX has tried to test its darkening mechanism by launching a satellite covered with visors and minimize the reflection effect.

Although these mechanisms may work effectively, some light trails may be left behind by the satellites and hence the need to cover them up with software or remove them from astronomical images. Finally, the workshop concluded that the system must integrate into simulations to determine how to resolve other issues that arise in the astronomical observations. Astronomers also expect the constellation operators to account for their satellites’ position to avoid confusing them with the solar system objects.


Sources reveal that China deployed a reusable spacecraft in secret

After conducting numerous undisclosed tests of the craft at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, China deployed its first reusable spacecraft. Details from a Chinese source reveal that the L9ng March 2F space vehicle deployed this spacecraft into space at an unidentified time. 

The Chinese media only announced that this mission was a success immediately on receiving details of the spacecraft reaching its orbit. As we speak, the spacecraft is in its orbit conducting the research it had intended to carry out. The spacecraft will conduct various tests before returning to the outlined landing facility in China. Xinhua media of China says that this reusable spacecraft’s performance will inform the future adjustment and modification on the Chinese spacecraft before a declaration that it can conduct more missions. 

The Chinese government was watchful to ensure that this mission remains as secretive as possible by availing the security detail to scare away any paparazzi that might take photos and videos of this launch mission. However, Airspace gave out statements announcing the details of a country that has launched a spacecraft into space. China explained three years ago that it would launch a reusable spacecraft into space in 2020 to test its reuse capability in subsequent missions. 

The possibility that China might have launched a spacecraft is high given that the country was adjusting the details of the Long March 2F space vehicle in the past few months. This operation triggered the rumor that China might be conducting launch preparations for its spacecraft since this space vehicle is large enough to host a spacecraft. 

The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) explained in 2017 that it was organizing space navigation exploit to inform the development of a spaceplane. This strategy also composed spacecraft reusability for a nuclear-powered launch mission for the country’s shuttle in 2045. The tests for the spacecraft’s reusability have started with this launch, making sure of this idea. 

Chen Hongbo of CASC admitted that the reusable spacecraft could host both the payloads and crew. He added that the remodeling of the space vehicle would enable it to host a spacecraft. The CASC has lived up to its name with several flights taking place this year and the subsequent reuse of the spacecraft whose purpose is to minimize space navigation costs. 

Elsewhere, the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) is developing the Tengyun spaceplane capable of deploying a spacecraft to its orbital path in space by taking off like an aeroplane. This technology will inform an evaluation of the space industry missions and create cheap avenues for smallsat startups to enjoy rideshare services. 

Finally, this mission becomes the 15th for the Long March 2F rocket, having deployed both crewed and uncrewed spacecraft to their orbits. The Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center is specially located for the return docking missions making the missions a success. 


Hydrogen-powered by solar energy to be sold below $2/kg by the year 2030

Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have unveiled regions that can generate hydrogen via the photovoltaic electrolysis process in the U.S. By the end of the decade, and it will have costs varying from $1.90 per kilogram to $4.20 per kilogram.

In some regions of the United States, Green Hydrogen production might become cost-competitive as opposed to blue hydrogen at the end of the decade. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers assert that electrolysis powered by solar for hydrogen generation could cost about $2.50 per kilogram or even less by the end of the decade. 

The scientists provided a prototype of an isolated PV-H2 structure with no link with the power grid, and it will sell extra energy or purchase electricity during the rainy season. Any existing system may be linked to or not; however, the analysis provides a limited case. Off-grid Photovoltaic powered electrolysis is a good option since it will be exposed to intra-day and intra-year energy cost volatility.  

The proposed prototype 

In the projected prototype, scientists optimized photovoltaic, electrolysis, energy storage, and other components responsible for stability to facilitate total hydrogen production. Simultaneously, deviation in time during photovoltaic output throughout the year will differ among the considerations on board. 

The only way to accomplish the model is by resolving an incorporated blueprint and operations optimization model in the entire year. The outline will evaluate the trade-offs between energy storage or hydrogen and the emerging impact on stable prices. The researchers carried out a spatial examination of stable solar-powered hydrogen production costs in the United States as it considered the price each part will cost, parameters, and other factors of the structure.  

The scenario reflects a decrease in electrolysis price from the current $800/kW to $500/kW by 2030. The picture entails a surge in electrolysis efficiency that anticipates progress from 58% to 70%, basing on a lower heating value (LHV).  Also, there is a reduction in capital expenses for the pressure structure of storing hydrogen compared to this year’s costs. 

The scientists stated that the availability of affordable geological storage makes it competent to use photovoltaic electricity at any time it is required. As a result, a structure with environmental hydrogen leads to a substantial relative electrolyzer in size.  The electrolyzer will have a lower photovoltaic installed capacity with massive hydrogen storage instead of other models with a costly hydrogen pressure structure.  


A Blue Origin subgroup hands over the lunar lander model to NASA

NASA’s Artemis program hand-picked three groups to work on the program’s Moon lander concepts. Blue Origin leads one of the teams that handed over a full-sized model of the lander to NASA for examination by the agency’s engineers and astronauts. During Blue Origin’s statement on August 20, the team confirmed installing an engineering structure of the lander at the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility at Johnson Space Center. The low-precision full-sized model is approximately 12 meters in height and integrates both the components built by Blue Origin and that developed by Lockheed Martin. 

The corporations built the model to enable NASA’s astronauts and engineers to review the vehicle’s design, particularly the locations of different components, and acquire feedback during the early phase of development of the lunar lander. During an interview, Brent Sherwood gave details of the assessment aspects, first being the cabin design, which involves the controls and displays within the spacecraft. Secondly, the angles of the view-point outside the cabin. The assessment will include taking cosmonauts into and out of the lander as well as its access apparatus. The test-runs will provide early feedback regarding the design, thus allowing for easy implementation of changes. 

Even with technological advancements such as virtual reality, the organizations insist on using a pilot model to test the lander’s design. Kirk Shireman, the previous director of NASA’s International Space Station program, pointed out the inadequacy of virtual reality to give a clear picture hence the need for a physical vehicle. The new modifications include fixing windows and other compartments that influence the lander’s general structure. The tests seek to point out details left out by the designers. 

Among the Blue Origin subgroup teams are two corporations Northrop Grumman and Draper, whose purpose is to oversee the operations facilitating this mission’s achievement. For example, Northrop Grumman will build the transfer element used in gliding the lander in the Moon orbit. Meanwhile, Draper will be outlining the navigation and orbital path. Sherwood’s revealed Blue Origin’s plans to conduct operations tests on its BE-7 engine which is a thruster for this moon lander, at the Marshall Space Flight Center. Further improvements are to be made on the propulsion and storage technologies for the engine. 

NASA deployed the Human Landing System (HLS) contracts to three firms four months ago. The Blue Origin team received a $579 million contract for this project. On the other hand, the Dynetics group procured the second HLS contract whose tune runs to $253 million, with the last team from SpaceX acquiring a similar agreement valued at $135 million. The team from Blue Origin anticipates being sanctioned to initiate operations in the upcoming weeks.

NASA intends to reschedule the call for submissions for the next stage of the project before September. The development of the model is a massive stride towards the success of the program. In conclusion, there is an anticipation of significant progress after the lead firm receiving the results and feedback from the evaluation of the full-sized moon lander module.


Morpheus Space receives a financial boost after attracting stable capital financiers

Morpheus Space has come into contact with a high-quality team of financiers in its first capital collection. The German company is getting financial backup from In-Q-Tel, Airbus Ventures, Vsquared Ventures, Techstars Ventures, Pallas Ventures, and Lavrock Ventures of MacLean.

Morpheus Space is adamant about divulging the amount of capital it receives and choosing instead to list the companies backing it financially. The chief executive and co-founder of the Morpheus Space, Daniel Bock, emailed his enthusiasm after receiving enough starting capital to run through these trying times. He added that this move by the high-profile financiers to support them is one of the space industry’s propellers to achieve expansion.

Morpheus revealed on August 26 that Richard Spencer, currently the Pallas Ventures managing director, is entering the firm to be part of the managerial team. Spencer articulated that Morpheus has an incredible capacity to meet both the private and public industry customers’ needs.

Morpheus Space develops crucial spacecraft devices that enable it to run at a supersonic speed. One of the devices includes Nano Field-Effect Electric Propulsion rocket engines. These engines are known for thrusting a German CubeSat, Experimental-4, to the low-Earth orbit in the past two months. Daniel Bock is among the developers who ensured that the technology leading to these devices’ development is secured by federal means.

The Rocket Lab space system director Richard French stated that the space exploration while remaining in orbit suits the small spacecraft. He adds that these systems require hypersonic and efficient thrusters to ensure the spacecraft remains in orbit. Morpheus’s devices are an exciting part of the supply chain for space systems, even as the space industry prepares to venture deep space with these spacecrafts.

Morpheus competed with other firms in the technological display held by Techstars Starburst Space Accelerator last year. Matt Kozlov, the lead director of Techstars Starburst Space Accelerator, stated that Morpheus is one of the efficient performers in the industry after they financed their projects.

The Vsquared Ventures co-founder Herbert Mangesius stated that Morpheus’s thrusters are a technological development that will propel the space industry to greater achievements. He added that these technical aspects of technology would facilitate deep space exploration by the small spacecraft.

Elsewhere, Lavrock Ventures’ major partner Steve Smoot stated that Morpheus Space is a reliable firm for engine designing. He added that they support Morpheus Space because it can counteract various space problems like deorbiting and satellite constellation aggressiveness.

To sum up, Airbus Ventures chief finance officer Claas Carsten Kohl explained the firm’s excitement to support Morpheus Space in developing space propulsion technology to enhance the space exploration by small satellites. He articulated that this firm will help startups rise and venture space and other planets with their sophisticated technology.


Dominion Energy obtains 62.5-MW Cypress Creek Renewables solar scheme

Dominion Energy has obtained the 62.5 MW Madison Solar producing facility from Cypress Creek Renewables in Orange County, Virginia. The project that is set to be managed by Dominion Energy’s contracted assets arm and collected all appropriate state and local licenses is anticipated to be operational sometime in the year 2022.

Northrop Grumman, based in Falls Church, is an aerospace and defense technology firm that will receive the power generated at Madison Solar and the credits of renewable energy for a long-period contract. Northrop Grumman expects that the facility will offer sufficient renewable energy to the grid that will match 100 percent electricity use of Virginia manufacturing and office operations.  

Sandra Evers-Manly, who is the Vice President of Global corporate responsibility, Northrop Grumman, confirmed that Northrop Grumman has a long-term dedication to environmental sustainability and the reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. She added that the project would play a vital role in the forthcoming generation for their climate-related inscriptions as they look past their 2020 goals.

As a segment of the Virginia Clean Economic Acts obligation for 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2045, in the next 15 years, Dominion Energy intends to add close to 16,000MW of solar-generated capability via company-owned power and projects purchase contracts signed with Virginia’s third-party developers. Robert Blue, the executive VP, and co-chief operating officer at Dominion, stated that they could add more renewables and produce cleaner electricity if they could help their consumers, both big and small. He said that with that said and done, it is automatically a win for their customers and the whole Commonwealth of Virginia.

It has also achieved its set 2018 aim of online delivery, commencing development on, or signing deals for 3,000 MW of wind and solar-generated capacity in Virginia before 2022. S&P Global Market Intelligence rated the company’s solar portfolio 3rd amongst utility holding firms in the United States of America.

Cassidy DeLine, the VP of project finance at Cypress Creek Renewables, stated that their mission of energizing a sustainable future a project at a time leads them to create valuable projects and partnerships. He added that their collaboration with Northrop Grumman and Dominion on the Madison project strengthens their dedication to developing solar in the country’s biggest comprehensive market. Around 660 land acres along State Route 20 in Locust Grove are bought to situate the development of power.