Australian charging station agreement between AMP and Evie

The huge battle to create the technology required for all-electric vehicles to be economical and prepared for mass adoption was won by the first EV manufacturers. But no piece of technology, particularly in the field of mobility, exists in isolation. EVs need their sophisticated charging infrastructure, much like gas automobiles need their network of transporters,… Continue reading Australian charging station agreement between AMP and Evie

By 2024, Volkswagen may sell more electric vehicles than Tesla

Volkswagen Group said this year that it will invest $7.1 billion in North America to build battery-electric vehicles, with 25 new EV models available to customers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico by 2030. By the start of the next decade, it hopes to have 55 percent of its cars running on electricity. Volkswagen has… Continue reading By 2024, Volkswagen may sell more electric vehicles than Tesla

The charge for electric vehicles (EVs) in the United Kingdom is being hampered by a lack of batteries

Following widespread criticism that the development of public facilities is too extremely slow to keep up with rapid growth in sales, the UK government established a new goal of increasing the number of electric vehicle chargers by tenfold to 300,000 by 2030. The DfT (Department for Transport) said that it would provide a further £450… Continue reading The charge for electric vehicles (EVs) in the United Kingdom is being hampered by a lack of batteries

In May, India’s coal deficit was eased by record renewable energy output

The environment, forest, and climate change ministry have relaxed environmental regulations for coal mining in response to the ongoing power deficit situation. In a circular issued May 7, 2022, the ministry exempted several coal mines from environmental clearance as well as public consultation in order to expand by 10% of their current capacity. This is a further… Continue reading In May, India’s coal deficit was eased by record renewable energy output