Within 3 to 4 years, the tiny Greek island of Astypalaia will be freed as far as possible from anything that runs on petrol, diesel or gas.
Battery-powered charging stations, a self-propelled passenger transport system with 100 million kilometres travelled and smart radar systems.
Where once coal waited to be shoveled onto train cars, the Kohlebunker in Freimann, just north of Munich, now hosts companies at the cutting edge […]
eMove360 awards the best innovations in electromobility
With the Izera, Poland aims to build an affordable electric car that is able to compete with the rest of the world.
The number of charging stations for e-vehicles in Germany grew by an impressive 50 % last year. There are currently around 24,000 charge points nationwide. […]
The Netherlands is already number one in Europe for charging stations for electric cars. According to information from the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), there are […]
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 […]
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. […]
Two weeks ago, the IFA circus landed in Berlin once more. The largest consumer electronics fair in Europe. The major internationally operating companies are bringing […]
Lithium is currently used in the glass industry, lubricants, and also in the pharmaceutical industry. Due to its relatively high energy density, however, lithium is […]
At the moment, the battery-powered car is still the main focus of attention among German car manufacturers as the means of transport for the future. […]
Every year since 1993, the Goodwood Festival of Speed has attracted around 180,000 spectators from all over the world. The fans who made their way […]
Electric cars are good for the environment. This is certainly a fitting statement – especially if the electricity for the vehicles is not generated from […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]