The amount of news focused on electric vehicles and surrounding elements such as charging technology and infrastructure, is increasing every day.
For this reason, here at SaveMoneyCutCarbon we have decided to provide a regular roundup of EV news.
Plans have been revealed for the world’s first multi-brand all-electric touring car racing series, to be rolled out over the next three years
If you have an order placed on Volkswagen’s all-new electric car – or intend to put a deposit down soon – you might be waiting a while for it to arrive.
Here’s one for the “find an EV non-problem” file. Nissan cites research that says 60% of parents with children under age 2 lull their kids to sleep by taking them on a drive
Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation announce today a €100M investment in UK based electric vehicle company Arrival.
Hyundai and Kia will build new electric vehicles based on the technological platform developed by California EV startup Canoo, the companies announced Tuesday
Audi ready to expand its e-tron portfolio with a new all-electric supermini model, which will sit on the VW Group’s MEB platform
Sam Jaffe is with Cairn ERA, a research firm that specializes in energy storage. He says electric vehicle batteries are improving every year.
Around the turn of the millennium, General Motors made a decision: Electric cars were out. Giant trucks were a hit.
One of the most intriguing of these is the Volkswagen ID. Crozz electric concept vehicle, which might carry the distinction of having the oddest name of any car at the show.
A 100MW battery storage project – consisting of two separate 50MW battery energy storage systems (BESS) – has begun construction in the UK.
Maserati is clarifying its electrification strategy: the Italian brand will introduce hybrid and purely battery-electric drives in all new Maserati models
Part of the reason for this should be that the adoption of BEVs also has the potential to save fleets thousands of pounds per vehicle each year.
EDF has bought a majority stake in electric vehicle charging point manufacturer Pod Point as part of a deal worth more than £100m.
The luxury car maker is betting on the timely development of market-ready solid-state batteries.
A ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars in the UK will be brought forward from 2040 to 2035 at the latest, under government plans.
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