Swiss electric sports car manufacturer Piëch Automotive is hiring new management staff from BMW, Porsche and Tesla to press ahead with the market launch of the luxury sports car.
With the Izera, Poland aims to build an affordable electric car that is able to compete with the rest of the world.
The Technology company Lightyear from Helmond (the Netherlands) has secured two new partners with BOM Brabant Ventures and Sioux Technologies. Lightyear develops electric cars with […]
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 […]
Car companies all over the world are shutting down their automobile production. But they are, of course, not standing still either. Development of new (electric) […]
Tomorrow is Good: Will we recognize 2020-2030 as the decade when we’ll all be able to live in abundance?
For me, the past decade has made many dreams come true. Solar, wind and electric vehicles broke through. I’m building a beautiful energy-positive house. Plus […]
The EP Tender looks like a camper’s tiny pod caravan that’s towed behind an ordinary car – but it isn’t! It is actually a mobile […]
Car sharing, smaller batteries and better recycling needed to compensate for the nearing shortage of rare metals
In order to be able to drive electrically, various rare metals are required. This will cause a problem in the near future. Replacing these metals […]
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 […]
ÖAMTC, ADAC, Fraunhofer ISE & IFO – are all spreading misinformation on electric vehicles: What’s going on here?
Is there a German-speaking bubble of experts spreading anti-electric vehicle propaganda? Yesterday I had to debunk the fourth study which was giving out misinformation on […]
Three wheels, a battery with a range of approximately 100 kilometers and two seats inside under a roof: the Carver, built in Leeuwarden. It is […]
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 […]
In the third and last part of our small series about electric cars, battery or hydrogen-powered, we compare these two concepts once again, look at […]
After having dealt in part 1 of our brief series with what German car manufacturers have to offer or are planning in the field of […]
We already mentioned it a few weeks ago: occasionally, we secretly think about rebranding Innovation Origins as a news site all about mobility. Almost everything […]
Lower costs have always led to major breakthroughs in the automobile industry.Think about the T Ford for instance, the first car for a wider public; […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
In secondary school, I regularly participated in initiatives such as the Lagerhuis. Originally I got an interest in politics and for a long time, I […]