Projects worldwide show that financial sustainability is a hard nut to crack, especially when technology is still under development and governments are searching for the right policies to increase adoption.
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Sweden is at the cutting edge of this technology, which we now hope to introduce in other areas of the country and the world.
Sweden has opened the world’s first electrified road. The 1.2-mile route, between Stockholm Arlanda airport and a logistics site, will now actively charge cars and lorries as they travel along it using an innovative energy transfer system.
Plans are in place to expand the project throughout other parts of the country and the world.
Hybrid trucks specially fitted with a device called a ‘pantograph power collector’ can drive underneath the lines and tap into the power. When connected to the lines, they run completely on electricity. Read More
Heuliez, Bolloré, Irizar, Solaris, Yutong and BYD are suppliers of the Paris e-buses
1000 Electric Buses will be ordered to spearhead Paris goal Of 100% Zero Emissions Public Transportation.
Paris aims to restrict motor vehicle access in the center of the city and require the roofs of all new buildings to be covered either in solar panels or vegetation.
Now the two largest public transportation companies serving Paris and its surrounding areas — Îl de France Mobilités and RATP — have embarked on a bold new initiative to make all the buses in their fleets zero emissions by 2025. Read More
India is trending, boosting Electric Vehicles, the Lithium-ion battery industry, Solar Power and even assigned 100 smart cities
India is changing fast. Since a few years, the country invests huge amounts of money in solar PV projects to supply metro, train and urban areas with green electric energy (goal: 100GW of solar power by 2022).
The latest news is that India intents to boost the development of lithium ion batteries and Tata announced its plans launching an electric version of the Nano car for exclusive use as a fleet car. Read More