Deutsche Post, Hyundai, Solaris, Borne Recharge, Fleet Market Attitudes.

Electric mail delivery: Deutsche Post launched the ‘GoGreen Regional’ pilot project for business customers in the German cities of Duisburg and Essen. It is a give and take; the more mail orders are received via GoGreen, the higher the investment in deliveries with electric vehicles. To bolster up the claim, a total of 30 electric StreetScooter will be deployed in both towns.

Over 250 Hyundai ix35 Fuell Cell are on the roads in Europe this October. The Korean carmaker just delivered another 50 hydrogen vehicles. By the end of 2015, they can found in 13 European countries, with Spain and Switzerland being the latest markets added to the list.,

Electric buses in Poland: Solaris has won a bid to deploy four electric buses to the Polish city of Krakow. The Solaris Urbino 8.9 LE electric will go into operation by June next year. (in German), (in Polish)

French wallboxes made in China: Borne Recharge has entered a partnership in China to produce its EV charging equipment in a facility located in Zhongshan city. The site will become fully operational in 2016. Borne Recharge also cooperates with Nissan, Kia, and Renault. (in French), English info via mail

Potential fuel savings: Fleet managers could save up to 500 pounds if they would switch to electric and hybrid vehicles, Kia writes in its ‘Fleet Market Attitudes.’ The survey also noted a lack of time and knowledge to identify most cost-effective vehicles.


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