Increasing European fast charging options would convince 66% of future electric vehicle (EV) drivers to switch sooner.
In order to reach net zero in Europe, a number of ‘technology quests’ must be embarked upon to upgrade grids, enable bifacial solar and driving electric vehicle (EV) deployment.
Great Britain saw 80 hours of negative pricing in the first nine months of 2020 as instances of negative day ahead prices more than double across Europe.
Globally the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on the roads is expected to jump to 323 million by 2040 according to new research by Wood Mackenzie.
Power prices across Europe - which have on average fallen between 30% and 40% - may not fully recover until 2025.
Japan’s biggest petroleum company, JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, has become the latest fossil fuel firm to invest into electric vehicles (EVs).
Statkraft continues European EV charging activity, taking full control of Norwegian charging company Grønn Kontakt.
Vattenfall and Honda have signed a letter of intent for a domestic EV charging solution to be rolled out in Europe.
Iberdrola has signed a new strategic agreement that will see drivers of Mercedes-Benz’s new EV range take advantage of Iberdrola’s mobility solution in Spain.