Bi-directional charging of electric vehicles is an important component of the potential solutions aimed at achieving a flexible and future-proof electricity grid.
EIT InnoEnergy aims to drag start-ups that it invests in as well as it can through the corona crisis. Read how they go about that in this series.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert and IO columnist Auke Hoekstra at what he sees when it comes to making our earth more sustainable. This week, revolutionary in-line e-cars.
With the Izera, Poland aims to build an affordable electric car that is able to compete with the rest of the world.
As early as 2013 it was clear to Christian Flechl: e-mobility is the future. But what bothered him though, were the inconvenient charging systems. At […]
Australian and German researchers have applied for a patent for a new type of lithium-sulfur battery that is much lighter, cleaner and more powerful than […]
The Eloop e-car-sharing system not only enables emission-free mobility, but its cars also measure the local environmental impact. This is how the founders of this […]
Several projects are underway in Poland for the production of an electric car. The most ambitious project is from ElectroMobility Poland.
Until just a few years ago, the roar of engines and the stench of petrol and burnt tires were the main attractions that lured thousands […]
According to Statista, there were around 83,200 electric cars in Germany on the 1stof January 2019. This contrasts with 13,900 charging stations (as of March […]
Correcting misinformation about greenhouse gas emissions of electric vehicles: Auke Hoekstra’s response to Damien Ernst’s calculations
I show how in Europe, an electric vehicle becomes greener after 20 to 40 thousand kilometres of driving, not 700 thousand as a famous Belgian […]
Anyone following Innovation Origins will now know that electric driving is in full swing. Sometimes with great leaps forward (through technology, legislation or entrepreneurship) and […]