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EVs have some tough curves to manoeuvre

EVs have some tough curves to manoeuvre
It’s probably too late to make any real money out of the upcoming boom in electric vehicles (EVs) unless you are already in the club. However, if you are, there is a fortune to be made and maybe lost.
7th September 2017

Modern electric bus fleet improves public transit

Modern electric bus fleet improves public transit
Cities across the world are increasing in both population and density, and for because of this public transportation plays a critical role in creating liveable cities by reducing the total number of vehicles operating in urban centres. An effective transit system also has the potential to drastically reduce carbon emissions generated from the transportation of people, resulting in improved urban air quality and sustaining a healthy environment for generations to come.
6th September 2017

The new Royal Mail vans are electrifying!

The new Royal Mail vans are electrifying!
You can wave goodbye to your traditional postman's van as the Royal Mail, the postal service here in the UK, is going futuristic as it trials electric vans from car maker Arrival. Partnering up together, UK-based company Arrival and the Royal Mail plan to operate nine trucks to deliver mail and packages in London and the surrounding areas.
30th August 2017


E-cargo bikes deliver goods quickly and inexpensively

E-cargo bikes deliver goods quickly and inexpensively
Across many major European cities, more and more companies are using E-cargo bikes to deliver their goods on time quickly, inexpensively, and in a way that’s good for the environment. These bicycles are suited for transporting loads quickly and inexpensively across short and medium distances without producing any exhaust emissions. In addition, switching to a bicycle promotes health. Besides environmental aspects, cargo bikes offer practical advantages for urban deliveries: they are more agile in these areas and easier to park.
29th August 2017

Providing increased power to your E-bike

Providing increased power to your E-bike
The Range Extender is a recently launched energy dispenser shaped like a bicycle water bottle that delivers the extra reserve energy that riders of E-bikes need on the go. The device can be mounted on the bike with just a few motions whenever it’s needed or during a break. The additional energy is then available to the bike through the existing charging port.
24th August 2017

Google and Toyota keynote Energy Independent Vehicle event

Google and Toyota keynote Energy Independent Vehicle event
When giants such as Google, Toyota and Nissan gather to consider something new it is time to pay attention. This 'next big thing' is energy independent electric vehicles (EIVs) by land water and air. Their impact on society and industry will, in due course, be seismic. The event is the world’s first that is dedicated entirely to 'Energy Independent Electric Vehicles'. It is at the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands on 27th-28th September.
21st August 2017

Six reasons why electric vehicles are taking over the world

Six reasons why electric vehicles are taking over the world
Remember when the idea of electric cars used to be a fantasy? Something from The Jetsons or Tron. I mean, who could imagine not needing to fill up a gas tank every 150 miles? The whole idea was ridiculous. Gas powered engines seemed like they would be the dominant force into the foreseeable future. By John Hawthrone.
18th August 2017

EV pioneer uses torque sensor as heart of test rig

EV pioneer uses torque sensor as heart of test rig
A wireless torque sensor is at the heart of a test rig supplied to a world renowned UK University automotive research facility. The rig has been developed by a company that has been at the forefront of electric vehicle design and development for over 20 years. Based in Fareham, Hants, Tirius has been built on pioneering work on an all-electric single seat racing car and a series of record breaking vehicles.
17th August 2017

How to achieve effective thermal management for EV batteries

How to achieve effective thermal management for EV batteries
With the growing demand for battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), dissipating battery heat and providing protection against electrical interference have never been more pertinent. According to the ‘European Vehicle Market Statistics Pocketbook 2016/17’, which is published annually by the International Council of Clean Transportation (ICCT), electric vehicles already comprise 1.5% of all new car sales across the European Union (EU). 
17th August 2017

Driverless buses launch in Estonia with no major incidents

Driverless buses launch in Estonia with no major incidents
In celebration of Estonia’s presidency of the Council of the European Union, two driverless buses have been introduced on a limited route in Tallinn. While the city authorities claim the twin buses have not been involved in any ‘major incidents’, there have been many reports of near misses. One close call took place on 31st July when an eyewitnesses claimed that one of the buses failed to give way to a police car with its lights flashing. 
9th August 2017


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