Carbon emissions from vehicles in Europe are inching up thanks in part to cars being bigger, heavier, and less efficient.
I believe there are police officers everywhere who want to switch to electric cars — or are at least interested in finding out more about them. In Europe, the Hyundai Kona EV is a particularly popular model with the police
The electric BYD Han sedan will go on sale in Europe later this year. Is it a compelling electric car?
The European passenger plug-in vehicle market had 84,000 registrations in March (+41% year over year/YoY), a great performance considering the effect that several lockdowns across the continent have had. Furthermore, this is while the overall auto market was crashing (-52% YoY), inflating last month’s plug-in vehicle share to an amazing 9.9% (6% fully electric vehicles/BEVs). That pulls the 2020 plug-in vehicle (PEV) share to 7.5% (4.3% for BEVs alone), well above the 3.6% result of
We’ve got a dramatic increase in EV sales and an even bigger increase in EV market share in Europe due to changing regulations there. Meanwhile, Tesla is blowing up
Floating solar and agrivoltaics are the subject of new renewable energy efforts in Europe
Of all the many things going on in e-mobility in 2020, these are the main trends we’ll be paying most close attention to. You can read more here and dive deeper in the Electric Avenue podcast from Greenway featuring experts from across the mobility spectrum.
Shell has signed a PPA with two Chinese corporations building a 100 MW battery storage facility in the UK. Highview Power also has a plan to use closed generating stations for its liquid air storage systems.
The European passenger plug-in vehicle market scored some 35,000 registrations in August (+15%), with fully electric vehicles (BEVs) continuing to grow at a fast pace (69%) while plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) are still suffering from the WLTP blues, down -29% year over year (YoY). They’ve failed to post one single growth month since last September, when the new WLTP emission rules started
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Monday called on Britain to engage with palm oil growers to incentivise sustainable production, rather than pursuing boycotts after its scheduled exit from …