As the impacts of coronavirus have seen a decrease in demand for oil, prices have dropped alongside, which could result in fewer people transitioning to electric, according to research.
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Intelligent Transport spoke with Marcus Vass, Partner at Osborne Clarke, to understand how China’s electric vehicle market moved so far ahead of Europe’s, how the west can work smarter with infrastructure and data to catch up, and how China’s insular transport market could make it an industry leader in new…
The project has been launched by UK Power Networks Services, Moixa, UPS, Cross River Partnership and Innovate UK in Camden, London.
The loan agreement aims to boost innovative manufacturing of batteries and equipment for electric vehicles in Poland as the country looks to advance its electrification.
Under current conditions, the study found that driving an electric car is better for the climate than conventional petrol cars in 95 per cent of the world, with the exception of places where electricity generation is still mostly based on coal, such as Poland.
Sutherland Avenue in London, which is over half a mile in length, has been converted to include 24 lamppost EV charge points.
To remedy the issue found with fast charging stations, the researchers have developed a method for charging at lower temperatures with less risk of damage and loss of storage capacity.
The Electric Forecourt, being constructed by GRIDSERVE, will reportedly be powered by clean, zero carbon solar energy and battery storage projects, whilst ensuring carbon emission targets can be met and prices kept low.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has added e-rickshaw services to 12 more metro stations, taking the total of stations to 29 where a fleet of over 1,000 e-rickshaws are operational.
BP Chargemaster is rolling out 150kW ultra-fast rapid charging units with new units installed at a BP retail site in Hammersmith, London.
The project is designed to increase journey efficiency as EV drivers would have to stop less frequently to charge at charging points.
Only 2 per cent of registered vehicles in the UK were low emission in 2018, according to a Department for Transport report.
A survey of Scotland’s transport and travel habits has found that satisfaction with public transport has dropped by 10 per cent.
Ministers have announced more than half a billion pounds of investment in green technologies which will include the expansion of rapid charge points for electric vehicles.
GDPR changed how we share data, but could it also be having adverse effects on the rollout of electric vehicles and our preparedness for them? Stewart Reid, Head of Future Networks at Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), explains the need for cross-sector collaboration to ensure the UK can take…