Ionity, which is emerging as the main electric car fast-charging network in Europe, has a new major member: Hyundai.
Ford has already confirmed that it is finally making an all-electric version of its best-selling F150 pickup truck,
O posto instalado na cidade de Marrakeck, no Marrocos, é um marco para a empresa no projeto iniciado em 2016 e tem o objetivo de inaugurar 5 mil postos de gasolina abastecidos a energia solar em 57 países.
This week on The Energy Gang: The economics of oil are beginning to be challenged by EVs paired with wind and solar.
French bank’s calculations of the energy return on capital invested shows that oil is now in ‘relentless and irreversible decline’ for light-duty vehicles.
On this week’s Interchange podcast, we look at the latest EV activity from the world’s biggest automakers.
Fiat Chrysler (FCA) announced a new partnership today with Enel X and ENGIE to offer EV charging solutions in Europe
BMW and Jaguar Land Rover are announcing today that they are partnering on electric cars and will work together to develop the next-generation of electric powertrains.
China has announced its plans to reduce subsidies for electric cars sold in the country, as has been expected for some time.
Hyundai and Kia have invested $300 million in Ola, Uber’s main rival in India. The companies plan on building electric cars specifically for the Indian market.
Honda had a big announcement at the Geneva Auto Show today, the Japanese automaker said that it is committing to a “total electrification in Europe by 2025′. But what does it mean exactly? Tom Gardner, Senior Vice President of Honda Motor Europe, said during the announcement: “…since we made that first pledge in March 2017, […]