Reading Time: 2 minutes “Sustainability is not only a question of environmental protection but also of social and economic responsibility.” – Olaf Scholz, Former German Minister of Finance Germany has made tremendous strides toward switching to renewable energy sources and is regarded as a pioneer in the field of sustainable energy. The nation has established challenging goals for lowering greenhouse gas emissions and raising the proportion of renewable energy … Continue reading Is Germany a Sustainable Country?
Reading Time: 4 minutes The swapping of battery technology and interoperability standards only in electric two-wheelers and electric three-wheelers. The policy however is benefitting a few of the selected brands. Continue reading How EV industry’s leaders reacted to uniform battery technology?
Reading Time: 2 minutes Hybrid vehicles are vehicles with a mix of both conventional and electric vehicles. The use and scaling of the battery and electric motor are done during the conventional engine been less efficient, eg. during stop and go traffic. Continue reading What are Hybrid vehicles and Plug-in hybrid vehicles?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Well if you are from South Korea, 40% agree with you whereas if you are in China, only 28%. Why such a huge gap even though the world seems to be enthusiastic about the new EV technology? Continue reading Which countries are interested in e-cars?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Even though electric cars are in the market but still the path to a complete highway with only EVs seems not so near. An exclusive interview was conducted by Wirtschafts Woche by Annina Reimann with Ferdinand Dudenhöffer from the Center Automotive Research. The interview highlights the importance of subscriptions to electric cars. Who is Ferdinand Dudenhöffer? He is a German economist and university lecturer. For … Continue reading Can subscriptions provide a start with electric cars?