Is the future electric? Our roads might still be dominated by conventional cars right now, but when it comes to e-mobility, there are promising developments. We looked at the current status quo, the potentials and future predictions, for an electric revolution.
Public transport is one of the most sustainable ways of getting from A to B. But how practical is taking public transport if you have no reliable way of determining a route?
The transport sector is still responsible for enormous CO2 emissions. A mobility turnaround is urgently needed. But what are the essential steps and what role does digitalisation play in this?
According to a new study, electric cars could become carbon neutral by 2050 - but if zero carbon mobility is ever to become reality, policy makers need to make a few key important changes.
Traffic jams and congested roads are a big problem in almost every large city in the world. Could flying taxis offer a solution? Unlikely. They're not much more than the futuristic dream of a rich elite.
As their popularity spreads throughout Europe, Germany has become the latest country to introduce electric scooters to its roads. Could they help solve traffic problems and make our cities cleaner and less polluted? What is their real environmental impact?
Renewable energies, vehicle-to-grid technologies, second-life battery energy storage and cloud platforms: a combination of all of these is being used to help Porto Santo become the world’s first “Smart Fossil Free Island.”
A small town near Fukushima is transforming disused EV batteries into energy storage for solar-powered street lamps.
While electric vehicles are thought to be the answer to a future of green, clean mobility, questions have been raised about the sustainability of the batteries that power them. Could blockchain hold the key?
SunCycles is supplying Namibia with the latest in sustainable transportation - the country's first ever fleet of solar-powered e-bikes.