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Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 5, 2019
Porsche to offer free charging on its first fully electric vehicle

Porsche to offer free charging on its first fully electric vehicle

Porsche announced an agreement with Electrify America, LLC to provide the first all-electric Porsche, the Taycan, with three years of charging at Electrify America public stations across the country.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 4, 2019
E-mobility and digitalisation mean profound structural change

E-mobility and digitalisation mean profound structural change

The New Year sees Volkswagen systematically forging ahead with its electric offensive and the transformation of the factories in Zwickau, Dresden, Emden and Hanover to become production locations for electric vehicles.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 1, 2019
Electric Vehicles: Induction Motor Opportunities

Electric Vehicles: Induction Motor Opportunities

The new IDTechEx Research report, "Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles: Land, Water, Air 2019-2029" measures how induction (asynchronous) motors are rapidly losing market share.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 31, 2019
Fuel cell bus in the US has exceeded 25000 hours, more are close

Fuel cell bus in the US has exceeded 25000 hours, more are close

Five fuel cell buses in the United States have exceeded the DOE/DOT target of 25,000 hours and one has surpassed 29,000 hours of drive time. This is comparable to the life expectancy of a diesel engine in a transit bus.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 24, 2019
Nissan unveils NV300 concept-van

Nissan unveils NV300 concept-van

Nissan has created an all-new NV300 Concept-van to highlight the versatility of Nissan commercial vehicles for bespoke conversions of all types.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 21, 2019
Korea to produce 6.2 million hydrogen cars by 2040

Korea to produce 6.2 million hydrogen cars by 2040

South Korea aims to produce 6.2 million units of fuel cell electric vehicles and build 1,200 refilling stations across the country by 2040.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 18, 2019
Linde premiers new roadster forklift with fuel cell drive

Linde premiers new roadster forklift with fuel cell drive

With its Roadster concept, Linde Material Handling has set completely new standards in terms of visibility and safety for industrial trucks. The company is now adding one of the most promising energy systems to the advantages of this unique design: It's curtain up for the first Linde Roadster with fuel cell drive!
Press Release
Wireless EV charging could put London van fleets in the 'green lane'

Wireless EV charging could put London van fleets in the 'green lane'

UK Power Networks Services will work with UPS, High Speed 1 and WMG on an innovative new project to assess the feasibility of using wireless charging to support the use of electric vehicles in commercial fleets on London's roads.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 16, 2019
Toyota and Kenworth collaborate to develop zero emission trucks

Toyota and Kenworth collaborate to develop zero emission trucks

Kenworth Truck Company and Toyota Motor North America are collaborating to develop 10 zero-emission Kenworth T680s powered by Toyota hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrains.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 11, 2019
FCA US reaches settlements on emissions requirements

FCA US reaches settlements on emissions requirements

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced that its wholly owned subsidiary FCA US LLC has reached final settlements on civil, environmental and consumer claims with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Justice, the California Air Resources Board, the State of California, 49 other States and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, agreeing to pay approximately $400 million in civil penalties to resolve differences over diesel emissions requirements.
Electric Vehicles Research
Feb 4, 2019
E-mobility and digitalisation mean profound structural change

E-mobility and digitalisation mean profound structural change

The New Year sees Volkswagen systematically forging ahead with its electric offensive and the transformation of the factories in Zwickau, Dresden, Emden and Hanover to become production locations for electric vehicles.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 31, 2019
Fuel cell bus in the US has exceeded 25000 hours, more are close

Fuel cell bus in the US has exceeded 25000 hours, more are close

Five fuel cell buses in the United States have exceeded the DOE/DOT target of 25,000 hours and one has surpassed 29,000 hours of drive time. This is comparable to the life expectancy of a diesel engine in a transit bus.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 21, 2019
Korea to produce 6.2 million hydrogen cars by 2040

Korea to produce 6.2 million hydrogen cars by 2040

South Korea aims to produce 6.2 million units of fuel cell electric vehicles and build 1,200 refilling stations across the country by 2040.
Press Release
Wireless EV charging could put London van fleets in the 'green lane'

Wireless EV charging could put London van fleets in the 'green lane'

UK Power Networks Services will work with UPS, High Speed 1 and WMG on an innovative new project to assess the feasibility of using wireless charging to support the use of electric vehicles in commercial fleets on London's roads.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jan 11, 2019
FCA US reaches settlements on emissions requirements

FCA US reaches settlements on emissions requirements

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced that its wholly owned subsidiary FCA US LLC has reached final settlements on civil, environmental and consumer claims with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Justice, the California Air Resources Board, the State of California, 49 other States and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, agreeing to pay approximately $400 million in civil penalties to resolve differences over diesel emissions requirements.