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.

zero-emission

Electric buses: University of Georgia owns one of the largest fleets...

The University of Georgia is using a $10 million grant secured from the State Road and Tollway Authority to chase its sustainability and carbon emissions reduction plans.
e-bike

Mugen reveals 2019 Isle of Man electric motorbike

The latest generation of the Mugen Shinden e-bike was unveiled at the Tokyo Motorcycle Show. This is the eighth iteration of the bike which has dominated the Isle of Man TT Zero category.
Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire to pilot flexible local smart energy system

Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire) will explore how new technologies can best reduce costs for customers by utilising a local, responsive electricity...
funding

DoE announces $59 million for advanced vehicle technologies research

The US Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has issued funding to address research in advanced batteries and electric drive systems.
startups

New York recruiting startups in EVs and energy storage spaces

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the New York University Tandon School of Engineering Urban Future Lab will recruit and support startups in the electric vehicles and energy storage sectors.
EV Utility

Electric vehicle adoption to overtake gasoline vehicles by 2040

Poised to grow to 10 million in 2025 and surpass conventional vehicles by 2040, electric vehicles will create a $2 trillion eMobility opportunity for utility companies, according to new research from Accenture.
BMW

BMW leaks spy shots of three new EVs

One of the marques arguably making the biggest inroads is BMW, with their “i” series of vehicles, set to be updated with not one, but three all-electric vehicles by 2021.
Queensland renewable energy

Australia lagging in the race to EVs, says top motoring body

The country’s National Roads and Motorists' Association (NRMA), says the country is amongst the lowest ranked amongst developing countries in terms of electric vehicle (EV) adoption, and has almost no infrastructure to support the technology.
Duke Energy

Duke to spend $76 million in EV charging infrastructure

Duke Energy is asking North Carolina’s Utilities Commission to approve a $76 million programme to install over 2,500 public and private electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, which it hopes to start within months.
fiat chrysler

New report highlights consumer EV benefits in relation to ToU tariffs

Citizens Utility Board has pubished the results of a study conducted to understand consumer benefits owing to intelligent EV charging.

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