Electric Vehicles

News and analysis on the latest trends and products in electric vehicle technology, charging, e-mobility and related technologies and innovations such as battery storage, hydrogen power and fuel cells. EV technology is part of the Fourth Industrial revolution. Find out more about Electric Cars, hybrid cars, charging stations for EVs as well as electric vehicle policy and regulation.

Shell ventures

Shell and partners launch fourth edition of New Energy Challenge

The competition seeks to develop young companies with innovative proposals that will contribute to the energy transition. Entries are still open.
EV

Make mine a pint and a recharge please

Whilst you’re not likely to be served your favourite tipple at the local petrol station, your chances of charging your car whilst having a pint will look a lot better at any one of over 4400 pubs around the UK.
connected car

Global connected car market outlook reveals latest smart mobility trends

Frost & Sullivan has issued some recommendations to help players in the connected car industry to generate extra revenue.
Avengers

Avenger’s Audi accused of “lip-synching”

Lip-synching is all too common these days, and never goes down well with audiences. Neither did the “engine-sync” sound effects afforded to the Audi EV in the latest Avengers movie.
Duke Energy

Consumer watchdogs, employers resist Duke Energy rate bill

Duke Energy Corp. is pushing North Carolina legislators to allow the country's largest electric company to line up profitable infrastructure projects years into the future and bypass lengthy regulatory battles.
Tesla autopilot

Tesla’s Autopilot blamed for fatal crash – lawsuit

The family of a California man, Walter Huang, who was killed in a Tesla electric vehicle (EV) have filed a lawsuit claiming wrongful death, blaming the automaker’s Autopilot functionality for the fatal crash.
electric bicycle

Uber launches Jump electric bicycle service in Brussels

Uber has launched its electric bicycle (e-bike) sharing service, Jump, in Brussels, with 500 e-bikes now available for city commuters.
portland

First renewable-powered public buses hit US roads

The US city of Portland, Oregon has announced that its bus fleet will be powered entirely by wind – making it the first public transport sector company in the country to do so, according to TriMet, the city’s mass transit agency.
smart energy

UK launches £30 million fund for smart energy start-ups

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has launched a £30 million fund aimed at assisting the development of smart energy ideas by innovators and entrepreneurs in the sector.
ev sales

New EV sales and production to deteriorate in 2019

The decline in EV sales is a result of of global factors including the ongoing US-China trade wars, Brexit and the revamped US–Mexico–Canada Agreement.

Most Read

Latest Feature