Are self-driving cars and the Hyperloop just futuristic dreams? Not for the Dutch transport expert Geurt Hupkes who predicted these as far back as 1970. Jan Wouters goes back to the future.
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Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd. (CATL), the electric vehicle battery manufacturer that supplies Tesla, among others, says it has made a battery that can last 16 […]
The popularity of hydrogen is rising steadily. Leaders in the hydrogen economy are South Korea, Japan and China. Europe is working hard on it and […]
Wait a few more years and you’ll see that electric cars will be the equivalent of petrol cars. That’s as far as Total Cost of […]
We all try our hand at predicting things. But how good are those predictions? The Danish Nobel Prize winner for Physics in 1922, Niels Bohr, […]
It is a bit of a golden rule that large industrial companies do not like transitions. Transitions cost money, are in principle not very profitable […]
Is diesel really cleaner than electric? Yes, and for the most part, no. It all depends on how you look at it, but perhaps also […]
The ‘strict’ environmental objectives for 2021 are rapidly approaching. In that year, the average tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions for an automobile concern’s entire fleet are permitted […]
It was another interesting week for everyone involved in the development of mobility. Our national pride the Lightyear One was unveiled, our king opened a […]
We are living in a very interesting time in which we are going to make serious breakthroughs in the various areas of mobility. We are […]
Hydrogen as an energy carrier for the propulsion of vehicles is on a steady rise. This seems strange because the Toyota Mirai or Hyundai Nexo […]
While Uber recently raised $1 billion for its autonomous car division, the hype surrounding autonomous cars is declining. According to Gartner’s Hype Cycle, every new […]