Archive for Electric Vehicles (EVs)

Battery Development Could Extend Electric Cars Range

It’s known that electric vehicles could travel longer distances before needing to charge and more renewable energy could be saved for a rainy day if lithium-sulfur batteries can just overcome a few technical challenges. Now, a novel design for a critical part of the battery

Electric Bus Charging In 15 Seconds Flat (Video)

ABB  has developed a high-capacity flash charging electric bus system that provides a 400KW boost at selected stops in just 15 seconds. ABB announced at the 60th congress of the International Association of Public Transport (UTIP) in Geneva that it is working together with the

Electric Cars Infographics

The Battle Of The Electric Cars The Impart Of The Electric Car Electric Vehicles vs. Regular Gasoline Cars

How To Build An Electric Vehicle Charging Station (Video)

The YouTube video embedded below shows the installation of a solar EV charging canopy at Baka Mobile headquarters in Toronto. This video was posted to YouTube in November 2012 and is just one example of the many new solar EV charging stations going up in

EU To Set Minimum Number Of Electric-car ‘recharging points’ By Country

The EU has pledged a huge expansion of infrastructure for electric vehicles with binding targets to multiply the number of Europe’s charging stations, part of a new strategy to kickstart Europe’s low-carbon automotive industry. “We need targets,” Commission Vice President Siim Kallas told a Brussels

Next Generation Of battery Technology For Electric Vehicles By Arkema and OXIS

Polymer Lithium Sulfur cells battery technology is considered to be the next generation of battery, complementary to Lithium-ion systems. It has the best performance record among all battery technologies to date. Compared to other batteries currently on the market, this technology displays double the energy

Electric Vehicles – 10 Facts You Didn’t Know About

American’s daily round-trip commute is less than 30 miles? With many electric vehicles having a range of more than 70 miles a charge, they are a reliable and comfortable way for Americans to get from point A to point B. For longer trips, a plug-in