Daily Archive: May 12, 2023
This is an interesting one. Electric vehicles catch fire less frequently than gas-powered vehicles. However, if they do catch fire, their battery fires are a bit different and can take a long time to put out. They can also reignite if not put out adequately. Firefighters around the world have adapted, but one way a […]
US agencies are meeting expectations to release a slew of rules aimed at tightening reporting and procedural requirements to reduce national emissions. Several have made the news over the last week.
The first of four Volkswagen Group small EVs will enter production in 2025 at SEAT's Martorell plant near Barcelona.
It looks like the same Kona used for Hyundai's official press photos.
New York City (NYC) is putting in 13 EV fast-charging hubs across city parking garages. The charging hubs being rolled out by the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) and New York Power Authority (NYPA) will include approximately 50 fast-charging plugs. “This investment will accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles across the city, […]
The time is now for the EPA to move forward -- without delay -- to finalize robust and durable standards to confront the rising costs and mounting dangers of the climate crisis.
Urban runabouts with approachable tech and a minimalist design.
Metrotrans Ltd, one of Nairobi’s leading public transport operators, has announced the introduction of 5 electric buses as part of its fleet. Metrotrans is a Nairobi-based Savings and Credit Cooperative Society (Sacco), whose fleet plies Nairobi routes with an aim to promote efficient and sustainable public transportation systems. In Kenya, a lot of Sacco members […]