VAYA Africa, a Mauritius-registered Transportation as a Service (TaaS) company, has launched an electric vehicle (EV) service in Zimbabwe as part of the company’s pan-African rollout strategy.
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French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a commitment to deploy 100,000 new charging points throughout the country by 2021, a year ahead of the previous target, along with an increased subsidy for EV purchasers, and an accelerated commitment to clean transportation as part of an €8 billion stimulus package.
Clarion Energy is pleased to announce that the DISTRIBUTECH International 2021 call for abstracts is now open. The tracks have been named, the focus has been decided and the organisers are ready to begin setting the educational agenda for the event.
South Africa is lagging behind global sales of electric vehicles (EVs), which were projected to reach five million in 2019. To keep up to speed with South Africa’s plans for this evolving market, Nicolette Pombo van Zyl gathered industry experts to discuss decarbonising the transport sector through EV adoption. Here’s what transpired.
The EV Fleet-Centred Local Energy Systems (EFLES) project is aimed at optimising logistics companies’ growing electric vehicle (EV) fleets and demonstrating how smart charging can incentivise large fleet operators to go electric.
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Europe's largest producer of renewable energy, Statkraft has acquired fellow Scandinavian giant Vattenfall's UK electric vehicle (EV) business via another recent UK EV business acquisition, Gronn Kontakt UK Ltd.
Siemens has unveiled the UK’s first avenue, which is over half a mile in length, that has been fully converted to cater for electric vehicle (EV) charging, coined ‘Electric Avenue, W9’.
EDF has acquired a majority stake in UK electric vehicle charging company Pod Point.
21 projects were selected, 8 made it to the Dragon's Den, and only 3 winners emerged. Muffi Ghadiali, Co-founder and CEO of Electriphi spoke to Clarion Energy at this year's DISTRIBUTECH 2020 about their winning solution to the e-mobility transition.
The UK's Transport Secretary has announced the doubling of funding to £10 million for the installation of charge points on residential streets.