Eileen Falkenberg-Hull

Eileen Falkenberg-Hull is a contributor to EV Pulse. She is the editor of AutomotiveMap. Most recently, her work has appeared in American City Business Journals, Trucks.com, and U.S. News & World Report. She commutes between Atlanta and Houston, and travels the world to test drive new vehicles, often veering off the predetermined route to find local eats. Eileen's favorite vehicles are well-rounded and excel at doing what their marketing team promotes they do.
Eileen Falkenberg-Hull
Toyota’s Woven City breaks ground, promises to be a model for future technology incubation and development

In the U.S., business incubators generally consist of one building, perhaps a single office, even. Ground has broken on a new type of incubator, one that encapsulates 175 acres of ground at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan.  Woven City is the brainchild of Toyota Motor Corporation. It is designed to become a live-work-play […]

by Eileen Falkenberg-Hull
3/3/2021
Bentley working on sustainable, recyclable electric motors for future EVs

Bentley Motors, a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group (OTCMKTS: VWAGY) and five partners have commenced a research study aimed at delivering a scientific breakthrough in rare earth magnet recycling. The three-years study has the goal of revolutionizing the sustainability of electric motors, a key component in electric vehicles (EVs). The roster of five partners join […]

by Eileen Falkenberg-Hull
2/19/2021
Ford Motor Company joins responsible mining initiative to better raw material mining practices

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) is the first American automaker to join the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IMRA), a multi-sector effort centered around best practices for multiple aspects of mining. In its annual sustainability report, issued in mid-2020, Ford put on paper its intent to become fully carbon neutral by 2050. There are planned […]

by Eileen Falkenberg-Hull
2/18/2021