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15.04.2019 - 17:16

Charging stations without electricity – Brussels thinks again

The planned installation of 20 charging stations for electric vehicles in the Brussels region has been delayed until the end of April. Unfortunately, the municipal authorities had not taken into account the fact that most of the selected locations could not be connected to the electricity grid from the operator Sibelga. Now new sites have to be found. It’s complicated…

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09.03.2019 - 20:24

BYD delivers 30 electric buses to Brussels Airport

BYD has equipped Brussels Airport with 30 electric buses. The first 12-metre buses have already been put into service. The delivery also included 30 charging points with which the electric buses can be charged overnight in the terminal.

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14.02.2019 - 20:07

GM reveals e-bike brand Ariv to launch in Europe

GM had announced plans for a pedelec line last year, and now the American carmaker is ready to launch under the label Ariv. The first two pedal-assist models, one of them a folding bike, are due to arrive in Europe’s strongest e-bike markets in summer.

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07.02.2019 - 11:16

Tesla launches roll-out of Model 3 in Europe

Tesla is now delivering the first Model 3 vehicles in Europe. To be exact, Tesla informed buyers on the continent that they can pick up their Model 3 in Zeebrugge in Belgium or Tilburg in the Netherlands. However, the European launch did not go off entirely without a hitch.

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30.01.2019 - 19:41

Audi e-tron to work as energy storage in smart homes

Audi is getting involved in the EEBUS initiative for the intelligent home integration of electric cars with the e-tron being the first EV to use the standard. Earlier this week at the Audi plant in Brussels, developers tested the standard’s cross-industry compatibility.

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29.01.2019 - 12:42

Virgin Media testing alternative charging stations

The British telecommunications provider Virgin Media, which is owned by Liberty Global, is testing a secondary use for their broadband cabinets, to harness the infrastructure for EV charging. If tests prove successful, thousands of stations could follow in the UK.

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21.01.2019 - 16:09

Belgian buyers club for electric cars in Flanders

The Flemish government is now organising a group purchase with extensive discounts to promote the use of electric cars in said region of Belgium. Interested parties have a choice of Nissan Leaf, Renault Zoe, Hyundai Kona Electric and Peugeot iOn, all offered online.

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21.01.2019 - 14:03

Porsche & Audi ramp up debut electric car production

Porsche and Audi are planning to expand their production capacities even before the market launch of their first electric car models due to the high demand. Porsche even speaks of doubling their output of the all-electric Taycan and to expand to another facility on top.

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19.12.2018 - 22:34

Engie and Arval lure customers with e-mobility package

The energy group Engie is cooperating with Arval to offer companies, municipalities and private individuals an eMobility package in the future. On the basis of a monthly rental fee, the service combines leasing from Arval with the installation and maintenance of charging stations by Engie.

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12.12.2018 - 16:50

Will Tesla really ship 3,000 EVs a week to Europe?

We can’t say for sure, but after Tesla recently announced that Model 3 will also be available in Europe from February, there are now the first indications of the planned quantities. According to Belgian media, Tesla plans to ship 3,000 vehicles per week to Europe starting in February.

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10.12.2018 - 22:33

Germany’s first self-service Tesla car rental station

Luxembourg-based start-up UFOdrive opened their first self-service rental car station in Germany. Drivers can now rent and collect one of six Tesla Model S at Hamburg Airport, simply via app. UFOdrives operates EV-only fleets in Luxembourg and Brussels as well.

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22.10.2018 - 15:19

Thunder Power moves into Belgian factory

The Taiwanese company has officially taken over a former Caterpillar factory in the Walloon area of Belgium in order to set up production for a small EV named Chloe. The company also took the opportunity to present their BEV.

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11.10.2018 - 09:03

French EDF to install 75,000 charging stations until 2022

French energy giant EDF intends to operate 75,000 charging stations in Europe by 2022 as it aims for a 30% market share in its main markets of France, Belgium, Italy and the UK. “We want to become the uncontested leader in electric mobility in Europe by 2022”, declares CEO Jean-Bernard Levy.

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03.09.2018 - 17:29

Audi picks up mass serial production of e-tron

Audi is starting with their mass serial production of the e-tron in Brussels today. The world premiere for the electric SUV will be in San Francisco on the 17th of September. Originally, the presentation had been planned to take place in Brussels at the end of August, before it was moved across the world.

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21.06.2018 - 17:33

UPS launches custom-made cargo e-bikes

34 new cargo pedelecs have joined the European fleet of logistics giant UPS. The bikes were specifically developed for the carrier together with Rytle. After initial testing in Germany, the cargo e-bikes are now coming to France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

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09.06.2018 - 15:39

Germans lagging behind on charging infrastructure

The German government has received unpleasant news from Brussels: After the recently announced lawsuit from the EU commission regarding the overly high NOx emissions, this time the charging infrastructure has been found to be lacking.

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06.06.2018 - 17:55

Belgium: Electric buses coming to Ghent and Leuven

VDL Bus & Coach has received an order from Flanders. Transport operator De Lijn wants to buy 146 buses in total, among them a large batch of hybrid models and some all-electric ones to arrive early next year. The buses will serve on routes in Ghent and Leuven.

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02.06.2018 - 14:33

Brussels bans diesel from 2030

The government of Brussels has agreed to a plan by the Minister of the Environment, Céline Fremault, to introduce a diesel ban in Belgium’s capital from 2030. The government also considers measures against petrol cars and is in favour of electric options.

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04.04.2018 - 17:11

Van Hool to supply hybrid trambuses to Norway

The Belgian busmaker Van Hool says it is the largest trambus order in its history as the Norwegian city of Trondheim orders 58 hybrid vehicles. The 24 metre long blend of a bus and a streetcar is to arrive in Norway by mid-2019.

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14.03.2018 - 19:15

Brussels orders 90 hybrid buses from Volvo

Volvo has received an order from the Belgian capital to deliver 90 hybrid buses, with most due to arrive this year. Brussels has recently raised the fine dust alarm and is increasingly cleaning its act through actions such as this.

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02.03.2018 - 13:44

Brussels to tackle air pollution

The Belgian capital has passed a law which will make public transport and the bike sharing programme free on high pollution days. The law will also cut speed limits. Temporary ICE bans are also possible.

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30.04.2019 01:09