electromobility

Electrical scam or stupid car lobby

Germany is split on the subject of electromobility. On the one hand, “green scientists” are in a hurry to make the transition from combustion to electric motors. This is the only way to...

E-car batteries as much as ten percent smaller

Valmet Automotive has introduced a battery management system (BMS) based on single-cell monitoring. It not only sends the individual cell data wirelessly to the BMS. It creates the data basis for...

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 Technology: From The Racetrack To The Road

In its first season (2014/15), Formula E had quite a modest start. All ten teams had identical cars, the Spark-Renault SRT_01 E from Spark Racing Technology, a company set up by Renault specifically...

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...

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