The Climate Group wants to bring about the introduction of more than 2 million new electric vehicles by 2030, led by major global businesses, in a bid to stimulate the “EV revolution”.
Connected Kerb has unveiled its maiden install of its kerbside public charging station in what’s been described as a “ground-breaking” development for the electric vehicle sector.
Energy giant Centrica is bidding to super-charge its electric vehicle ambitions with the creation of a new e-mobility team.
In this round-up of news stories from the electric vehicle ecosystem, new research from Citizens Advice finds that a lack of transparency regarding EV tariffs is confusing consumers, and rapid chargers are on the rise.
Current± talks to Mickey Steiner, managing director at innogy Israel, one of four key destinations for innogy’s Innovation Hub, about the division’s inspiration, the problems big utilities face with innovation and how start-ups are shaping the new energy paradigm.
BP has invested in PowerShare, one of China’s largest electric vehicle charging solutions providers, further bolstering its EV play.
More than 21 million electric vehicles could be sold each year by the end of the next decade, with EVs achieving cost parity with conventional vehicles in the UK as early as 2021.
Automotive giant Toyota and electronics firm Panasonic have announced a joint venture which will look to lead the field in EV battery technology.
Solar inverter specialist SolarEdge has sought to tie together the “related revolutions” in energy and transport with its recent M&A activity, the company’s VP of marketing and product strategy Lior Handelsman has said.