Category Archives: Electric mobility

An E-Bike Like a Tesla Model S

I’ve never ridden a Tesla, but several e-bikes. If you ride a GenZe e-bike, you will be using the Samsung batteries that power a Tesla, albeit in a smaller format. Continue reading An E-Bike Like a Tesla Model S

New DC Fast Charge Locations in California

A California Energy Commission (CEC) grant to provide plug-in electric vehicle charging networks along highway corridors is becoming a reality with stations coming up in 2017. Continue reading New DC Fast Charge Locations in California

Li-ion Batteries could get a 2.5 times boost

Li-ion batteries in electric vehicles are a weak link, as battery capacities have not been able to keep pace with range requirements. Battery capacity fades over time and batteries require to be replaced, a process that has environmental and cost implications. Continue reading Li-ion Batteries could get a 2.5 times boost

Scania tests fast wireless charging in urban traffic

Scania in Sweden shows the way. One more step in proving that efficient public transport is functional, clean and, with sufficient support, a reality. Continue reading Scania tests fast wireless charging in urban traffic

The Electric Vehicle (EV) as a Power Source

From just less than 0.10 % EVs on roads today, the impact on electricity grids is still minimal. Continue reading The Electric Vehicle (EV) as a Power Source

European Commission presents a strategy towards cooperative, connected and automated mobility

A European strategy on Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) will enable a more co-operative, connected and automated mobility system that will enable communication between vehicles and vehicles and the infrastructure. Continue reading European Commission presents a strategy towards cooperative, connected and automated mobility

CIVITAS DYN@MO

CIVITAS DYN@MO aims big, using web 2.0, introducing people-friendly mobility solutions with electrCIVITAS DYN@MOic and hybrid vehicles, CIVITAS DYN@MO engages in a dialogue with those affected viz. citizens of the affected areas. Continue reading CIVITAS DYN@MO

Madrid Expands Bicycle Lanes in 2016

Cyclists in Madrid have something else to cheer about. Their city council has decided to spend over € 40 Million on improving and expanding bike

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Pedestrian bike lane

lanes this year. Continue reading Madrid Expands Bicycle Lanes in 2016

Avere France rewards seven regions

Avere FranceE-Mobility makes a marked difference in cutting down noxious emissions. Continue reading Avere France rewards seven regions