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TU Vienna professor rejects hydrogen car

If a hydrogen car is operated with green hydrogen, it requires about 2.4 times the energy of a classic electric car, according to Professor Manfred Schrödl of TU Vienna. He does not consider...

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Innogy Doubles Number of Electric Cars in Poland

Granted: Poland is not exactly known as a green EU country. But thanks to the German energy giant Innogy this could soon change. The RWE subsidiary is launching a project with 500 BMW i3 in Warsaw...

Formula E: From “Nonstarter” to Crowd-Puller

When the revolutionary, all-electric racing series Formula E started its first ever race in Beijing on September 13, 2014, it was ridiculed by die-hard racing fans and labeled a nonstarter. A racing...

Why electric mobility is stalling in Germany

According to Statista, 46.5 million cars populate Germany’s roads. With a population density of 82.6 million people, more than one in two drives a car. By comparison, the stock of electric...

Exponentially Electric

In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out what the future will look like. All contributors are working on technologies that can provide solutions to the problems of our time. This...

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