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05.07.2019 - 16:01

ViaVan plans to use only BEVs as of 2025

ViaVan, the joint venture of Mercedes-Benz Vans and the US startup Via, plans to convert all its locations to purely electric fleets by 2025. In Berlin, only fully electric vans are to be used from the end of 2020.

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23.05.2019 - 15:06

NewMotion signs V2X agreement with Amsterdam

NewMotion has signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the EVS32 with the City of Amsterdam, and a number of other public and private companies to develop Vehicle-to-Anything (V2X) technology. The partners are planning the commercial introduction of V2X technologies in projects linking electric vehicles with energy systems in the Amsterdam area.

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15.05.2019 - 13:05

Dutch delegation heads for Lyon in electric car caravan

For this year’s Electric Vehicle Symposium 32, the Dutch delegation will be arriving in an EV caravan, driving all the way to Lyon from Amsterdam by electric car. Departure is on 18 May, in order to be there on time for the start of the symposium on the 20th.

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08.05.2019 - 19:22

Amsterdam to get Flexpower smart charging network

Vattenfall and the City of Amsterdam are now jointly operating an intelligent public charging network under the name Flexpower. It is able to match the charging speed to the electricity consumption and the generation of renewable energy.

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06.05.2019 - 17:33

Albert Heijn to use electric vans in Amsterdam

The Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn will supply its customers in Amsterdam with electric transporters in the future. In a first step, 25 vehicles from the existing fleet of more than 400 VW Crafters were converted by Orten to electric drives.

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05.05.2019 - 15:16

Amsterdam to ban all non-electric vehicles by 2030

The city of Amsterdam aims to ban all petrol and diesel vehicles from town by 2030 in its new Clean Air Action Plan. The city council will debate the proposal at the end of this month, followed by a six-week deadline for public comments.

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03.04.2019 - 18:56

Mathieu Wijnen on strictly city-driven charging infrastructure

How to secure interoperability and data sharing as a city and where is it best to set up the next charging station? This episode of our interview series features Mathieu Wijnen, project manager for the City of Amsterdam, who is tasked with increasing charging infrastructure in the city.

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16.12.2018 - 18:44

Amsterdam gets 100 electric buses by VDL

Amsterdam’s public transport operator GVB has ordered 31 electric buses from VDL Bus & Coach with the option for another 69 Citea models. The signed deal also includes charging infrastructure with service to start in 2020.

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30.10.2018 - 19:56

EasyJet to launch first electric aeroplane by 2019

Flying from London to Amsterdam with zero emission? You may not have to wait much longer, at least if the cooperation of EasyJet and Wright Electric continues to progress at lightning speed. The British airline aims to launch an electric aircraft next year.

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17.09.2018 - 21:47

Electrification of Amsterdam Pride yielding results

Just a few weeks ago, we reported on a joint initiative of EV Box, the City of Amsterdam and utility NUON for the Amsterdam Pride parade. They dressed the town’s charging station in fancy rainbow colour and promised to donate all profits made on this day to an LGBTQ* organisation. This has come out of […]

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14.09.2018 - 16:00

Ikea to accelerate electrification in five cities

Ikea has announced an accelerated time plan for their planned switch to electrified vehicles. As things stood, in 2020 deliveries in the inner city areas of Amsterdam, Los Angeles, New York, Paris and Shanghai will be conducted in a fully electric manner.

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29.07.2018 - 12:28

Power to the Heroes

For the annual Pride festivities in Amsterdam, charging technology manufacturer EVBox, utility NUON and the City of Amsterdam are joining forces to dress charging stations with rainbows.

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12.03.2018 - 17:51

Australia’s Tritium opens European HQ in Amsterdam

Fast-charging equipment designed Down Under shall become more widely available in Europe as Tritium opens its new European office in the Dutch capital. It will serve as sales and training center but also includes testing facilities for carmakers.

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11.03.2018 - 19:49

Daimler launches shuttle service ViaVan in Amsterdam

ViaVan, a joint venture by Mercedes-Benz Vans and the U.S. startup Via has started its on-demand shuttle service in the Dutch capital. They will use the Vito and V Class as well as the electric B Class until the arrival of the eVito. More cities are on the list.

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28.02.2018 - 21:17

NewMotion installs first V2G chargers in Holland

In Amsterdam, NewMotion has set up public V2G charging stations. The pilot is run together with energy company Alliander, tech company Enervalis and the innovation platform Amsterdam Smart City as part of the City-Zen programme.

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17.01.2018 - 11:00

An act of EV vandalism

Two Tesla EVs were set ablaze in Amsterdam last week and it appears the arsonists targeted the Model S and Model X specifically.

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02.06.2017 - 07:58

Amsterdam, Ireland, Belgrade, ChargePoint, Burlington.

13 MW charge infrastructure: Amsterdam is about to become home to the world’s largest depot charging network to be installed by Heliox. The 13 MW turnkey project is to charge 100 electric buses from Connexxion (Transdev) and the order will include installation sites at Amsterdam Airport and Amstelveen. Heliox’s opportunity chargers provide 450 and up to 600 kW from 2018, resulting in charging times of 2 to 4 minutes via pantograph.
heliox.nl

Irish EV task force: Ireland joins the countries that wish to drive all-electric from 2030, as outlined in its ‘National Policy Framework on Alternative Fuels Infrastructure for Transport in Ireland’. A Low Emission Vehicle Taskforce is to work out how to best achieve such LEV uptake, including infrastructure measures. So far, Ireland is far behind its intended EV share with estimates for 8,000 electric cars on the roads – far from the targeted 50,000 by 2020.
dttas.ie

60 e-buses for Belgrade? Serbia’s capital plans to deploy 60 electric buses, says a report from Belarus, where local company Belkommunmash actually hopes to win the bid as Belgrade is testing one of its electric buses. Competition comes from China but Belkommunmash bets on competitive pricing.
belta.by

EV inclusive: U.S. Bank’s Voyager Network Fleet Card will now be accepted at ChargePoint’s stations across the States. ChargePoint will begin updating its locations immediately and expects the process to be completed over the summer so that corporate fleets may adopt electric cars more easily.
ccjdigital.com, businesswire.com

Utility rebate: Burlington Electric of Burlington, Vermont is the next utility to offer customers a rebate on the purchase of a new electric vehicle. The 1,200 dollar discount applies to any electric car priced 50,000 dollars or less.
utilitydive.com

18.05.2017 - 08:47

Seoul, Philippines, Amsterdam, Green Motion.

Diesel ban in Seoul? Korea’s capital is pondering a plan to restrict entry to the ancient centre for old diesel cars and chartered buses. If such a ban passes, it would be easy to enforce as the old town lies within four gates and Seoul said controls would be strict. A study on traffic control has been commissioned and the city wants to expand both bus and bike lanes to fill in the transport gap.
koreatimes.co.kr

The Philippines go green officially as its Department of Energy will donate 24 Toyota Prius government offices tomorrow. The move is aided through a grant from the government of Japan.
gmanetwork.com

Zero emission delivery: Dutch Albert Heijn launched two electric trucks to supply its supermarkets in Amsterdam. Proivided by logistic partner Simon Loos, the e-trucks will charge while being loaded at distribution centres and could thus run continuously but will drive up to 6 times a day in practice.
esmmagazine.com

Eco-friendly car rent: Green Motion specialises in electric and hybrid cars and opened a new outlet at Ljubljana airport in Slovenia. It is the 30th country the services launches, as a franchise in this case.
autorentalnews.com, greenmotion.com

19.04.2016 - 08:55

Apple, Beverly Hills, Amsterdam, GKN.

iSecret in Berlin? According to German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Apple has secret lab for its upcoming electric car in the German capital. As many as 20 experts from the German automotive industry are said to work there to prepare the launch of the iCar in Germany in 2019 or 2020, at which point it will become part of a carsharing fleet.
faz.net (in German); macrumors.com, cultofmac.com

Autonomous in Beverly Hills: The Los Angeles neighbourhood decided to implement a self-driving limousine service. Thanks to the vast network of fibreglass cables, the cars can stay connected with each other as well as that part of town. Beverly Hills plans to sit down with Tesla and Google to talk about delivering the fleet – which will therefore be all-electric.
engadget.com

Autonomous Amsterdam: The Dutch city, too, wants to kick off a pilot project with fully self-driving cars. The EU could issue a general approval of autonomous vehicles by 2019. Meanwhile, the city will test the cars on separate roads.
iamexpat.nl

eAxle for Volvo: Following the Volvo XC 90 PHEV, GKN will also deliver its eAxle system for the Volvo S90 Plug-in Hybrid. The system supports both all-electric driving, as well as all-wheel drive where the rear is powered by an electric motor and the front by a combustion engine.
greencarcongress.com, gkn.com

Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2019/07/05/viavan-plans-to-use-only-bevs-as-of-2025/
05.07.2019 16:01