China fossil fuel ban

China has joined both France and the U.K. in the quest to completely do away with the sale of combustible-engine vehicles. Without a specific date locked in as to when it would stop sales, the world’s largest automaker (28.03 million vehicles sold last year) is focused on cleaning up its environment by welcoming zero-emissions electric […]

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Wireless Charging Roads

Backed by a $120,000 grant courtesy of Israel’s Ministry of Transport and Road Safety, ElectRoad – a company dedicated to the widespread implementation electric bus transportation – has earned the chance to showcase its “inductive-charging” technology on the streets of Tel Aviv in 2018. Using inverters and strategically placed copper plates, ElectRoad’s “under-the-pavement” technology keeps […]

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Just a few months following the release of CEO Elon Musk’s Tesla Master Plan (Part Deux), Mercedes-Benz unveiled its all-electric, heavy-duty urban truck. Both Tesla and Mercedes hope to release their semi-truck in 2017. Let the race for electric truck dominance begin!

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Range Rover stop sign

Germany’s Bundesrat, one of its two top-level legislative bodies, voted in favor of banning internal combustion engines from its roads by the year 2030. Even though the ban has no teeth in Europe until the EU gives its stamp of approval, according to Bertel Schmitt’s Oct. 8th Forbes article, “German regulations traditionally have shaped EU […]

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