Electric Vehicles

19 Sep 2018

Collaboration Way Forward for EV Adoption, Says Greenlots

Greg Hyde talks to Scott Fisher, vice-president of market development at Greenlots, about the current direction of the EV sector in the US. Despite conflicting evidence on the potential...

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19 Sep 2018

Tesla Faces DoJ Investigation Following Elon Musk’s Funding Tweet

Tesla's self-inflicted woes continue to climb, with the US Justice Department now reportedly investigating the company following tweets from CEO Elon Musk regarding funding.

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18 Sep 2018

EV Charging Network Promises 2.5M Spots by 2025

An electric vehicle charging network plans to introduce 2.5M charging spots by 2025. California’s ChargePoint made this announcement at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco. The company...

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13 Sep 2018

Hyundai to Unveil Fuel Cell Truck in Germany

Hyundai has published the first official images of it new hydrogen fuel cell heavy duty truck to be unveiled in Germany next week. Due to go to market next...

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13 Sep 2018

Gett Promises Green Taxi Rides

Mobility on demand taxi operator Gett, is claiming its UK service now offers ‘carbon neutral’ cab rides. Passengers with strong climate consciences can pay an extra 20p ($0.26) per...

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12 Sep 2018

Wrong Size Batteries Kill EV Eco Potential

Using batteries too big for purpose can make EV powertrains as polluting as internal combustion engines, a report considering the technology’s impact on the environment has claimed. A study...

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12 Sep 2018

London EV Black Cab Co Ready For LCV Trials

The company behind the new all-electric iconic London black cabs is now ready to branch out into EV light commercial vehicles. LEVC (London EV Company) has announced it will...

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11 Sep 2018

Aston Martin Stakes EV Dreams on Wales

Aston Martin has announced its new Welsh production plant will be the home of its super-premium zero-emission Lagonda brand and become its electrification hub. Its Rapide E model will...

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28 Aug 2018

Backing Away from Privatization Only Ended One Act of Tesla’s Drama

It’s the sudden end of Tesla’s short-lived effort to go private calmed one storm but it’s not smooth sailing yet. The much loved electric-car pioneer company still faces a...

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27 Aug 2018

Audi’s EV Power Race Proves Bigger Still Better in Autos

The triple battery electric roadster is aimed at racing aficionados. It may lack luxury trappings but it shines with state-of-the-art technical specs. German automaker Audi took the wraps off...

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24 Aug 2018

VW Vows to Spend $4Bn Becoming a Mobility Company

Volkswagen Group wants to change from an automaker to a mobility service-provider and will bet about $4Bn on that effort by 2025. The plan includes connecting all its models...

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24 Aug 2018

VW to Launch e-Mobility Fleet in Berlin

Volkswagen is set to launch a 2,000 strong fleet of all electric vehicles into its car-sharing scheme in Berlin, Germany. Its new “We Share” scheme is the first service...

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