Musk tweet confirms Tesla to make US Supercharger network open to all

Tesla is to make its North American high capacity EV charging network available to other EVs. The intention was “officially” announced by company's CEO Elon Musk in a recent tweet: "we’re making our Supercharger network open to other EVs later this year." Musk...

Shell ties up with UK supermarket chain doubling access to Shell Recharge stations

Multinational energy company Shell will install 800 electric vehicle chargers at high-end British grocer Waitrose by 2025, roughly doubling the number of Shell Recharge stations in the UK. Around 100 Waitrose shops will gain charge points, with each site expected to...

US Electric Highway Coalition gains support of major energy company

US Energy company and utility Exelon has joined the Electric Highway Coalition, a partnership of 14 US utilities established to create a seamless network of rapid electric vehicle charging stations connecting major highway systems, stretching from the Atlantic Coast...

Mexico calls on international expertise to decarbonise road freight

British energy and environment consultancy Ricardo is leading an international consortium to support the Mexican Government’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the freight sector. Over the next 12 months, specialists in sustainable transport will work with...

Mobileye starts New York autonomous vehicle testing program

Mobileye, the intel owned company that specialises in vision-based autonomous vehicles, is now testing its AVs in New York City. The company says the trial in New York – the largest city in North America and one of the world’s most challenging driving environments –...
UK publishes plan to decarbonise its entire transport system by 2050

UK publishes plan to decarbonise its entire transport system by 2050

The UK Government has published its long-awaited Transport Decarbonisation Plan which provides a ‘greenprint’ to cut emissions from “seas and skies, roads and railways, setting out a pathway for the whole transport sector to reach net zero by 2050”. The plan is based...

Guest blog – why the flying car is no longer science fiction

Guest blog – why the flying car is no longer science fiction

Human efforts to achieve flight date back to the ancient world, says Rani Plaut, CEO and Co-Founder of AIR. Clearly the Wright brothers’ 1903 triumph hardly marked the end of this millennia-long quest for elevated mobility, but are we about to experience a paradigm...

EU recovery funds underpin Spanish electric vehicle and battery push

EU recovery funds underpin Spanish electric vehicle and battery push

Spain will invest Euro 4.3 billion to kick-start the production of electric vehicles and batteries as part of a major national spending programme financed mostly by European Union recovery funds. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said the government-run plan would include...

Tesvolt investment aims to take inductive roads to next level

Tesvolt investment aims to take inductive roads to next level

German energy storage systems developer Tesvolt has become a shareholder in Munich-based Stercom Power Solutions, which develops inductive charging technology. The investment aims to accelerate the development of wireless charging and potentially dynamic inductive...

Madrid to make public transport free during morning peak hours

Madrid to make public transport free during morning peak hours

The Spanish capital Madrid has unveiled a range of plans to support a return to public transport which includes a trial in September for public transport to be free in the morning peak hours. As the pandemic recovery gets underway, private car use is rising at a far...

Nissan and Envision AESC invest £I billion in UK Gigafactory

Nissan has confirmed plans to turn its Sunderland manufacturing facility into a £1 billion electric vehicle (EV) hub which will feature a Gigafactory with an initial 9GWh plant for battery production. Dubbed the Nissan EV36Zero, and launched with battery technology...

SAN Group HQ incorporates solar powered green hydrogen hub

Austrian solar energy company Fronius has broken ground on a green hydrogen hub at the SAN Biotech Park, in Herzogenburg, Lower Austria which will become the new SAN Group regional headquarters and global centre for research and development. The hydrogen hub is...

Bird launches shared e-bike across North America and Europe

California-based e-scooter rental company Bird has announced the addition of shared e-bikes to its portfolio with the launch of Bird Bike. Bird currently operates e-scooters in more than 250 cities globally. Bird Bike will be available in cities throughout North...

New partnership to develop drones operating environment

The Urban Air Mobility Division of Hyundai Motor Group has announced a new partnership with ANRA Technologies – the India-based developer of drones and traffic management solutions – to begin developing the operating environment for the advanced air mobility (AAM)...

Jive talking London gets fleet of 20 hydrogen double-deckers

England’s first fleet of hydrogen-powered double-decker buses has gone into service in London. Twenty fuel cell vehicles, built by Northern Ireland’s Wrightbus, will serve the number 7 route between East Acton and Oxford Circus. The new London bus fleet is part of a...

National Grid pledges to electrify 6000 vehicles in US and UK

Energy company National Grid is joining EV100, an initiative by environmental think tank the Climate Group, as the first major US utility to commit to electrifying its fleet. The energy corporation has pledged to switch nearly 6000 vehicles and provide charging...

Welsh Government announces freeze on new road building projects

Wales’ Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters has confirmed a review of major highway schemes as part of the Welsh Government’s response to the climate emergency. Lee Waters said, “Since 1990, Welsh emissions have fallen by 31%. But to reach our statutory...

Hyundai hydrogen bus introduced to Germany to gain European experience

Hyundai has delivered a hydrogen-powered test bus for in-service trials in Munich, Germany. Two bus operators Ettenhuber and Geldhauser will take turns running the Elec City Fuel Cell bus on existing routes while carrying actual passengers. The bus can travel over 500...

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