Climate change, particulate pollution, C02 emissions: If we're to make a switch from fossil fuels to clean energy, the transport sector needs to find new concepts, alternative energy sources, and innovative solutions.
The number of electric cars on German roads increased to one million in 2022. Using a chemical recycling process, Tozero aims to reduce battery waste to zero.
A new study has explored the feasibility of large scale overhead power line trucking.
Imagine a world where electric vehicles could be charged during drivetime. This world might be closer than you think.
E-mobility has been around for years now — but the pace of its rollout has seemed, at times, to drag. But, in 2023, is e-mobility finally starting to speed up?
Electric vehicles may be better for the environment, but they might not be great for your wallet - especially in low-income countries. An Indian partnership is looking to change that.
How can Germany - once held up as a pioneering force in the field of environmental protection - reach its current climate goals? And how can e-mobility help? We talked to Volker Quaschning, professor for regenerative energy systems at the HTW Berlin.
Always on the look out for what's moving the world of sustainability, one topic in particular has caught our eye and our imagination in recent months: e-mobility. Electric vehicles - and the associated infrastructure - are developing fast, with ever more projects looking to make them cleaner, smarter, and more accessible.
A Swedish platform allows electric car drivers to charge their vehicles in private homes, at a cost determined by the homeowner.