INCIT-EV project launches in 7 EU cities
The INCIT-EV project, now launched and funded by the EU Commission, is concerned with the development of innovative charging technologies for electric vehicles until the end of 2023. Under the leadership of Renault, a total of 33 partners from eight countries are participating in the project. Weiterlesen
Pre-orders open for ultra-light BEV: Nobe 100
The Nobe 100 can now be pre-ordered. The three-wheeled light-weight electric car with a retro design was first presented by Nobe Cars about a year ago. The Estonian startup is collecting production funds through a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo – where the first ten models are also available at a special price. Weiterlesen
Tallinna Linnatranspordi considers purchase of 700 e-buses
Tallinna Linnatranspordi (TLT), the municipal transport company of the Estonian capital Tallinn, plans to switch completely to electric mobility by 2035. This, of course, also entails the purchase of around 650 to 700 battery electric buses, which will successively replace the natural gas and trolleybuses. Weiterlesen
MEGA-E: Allego to erect 322 HPC stations
Allego and Fortum Charge & Drive join forces to set up a pan-European high-power charging (HPC) network called MEGA-E and thus to erect 322 ultra-fast charging stations and 27 so-called e-charging hubs throughout Europe. Weiterlesen
Estonia, Frost & Sullivan.
Reading tip: Estonia is the Norway of the East if it comes to EV policy. It was the first country to set up a nationwide charging network and introduced EV subsidies early. What happened when they were cut, explores Maria Sahuquillo in depth.
Research tip: Frost & Sullivan finds that the global PHEV market may reach about 3.7m units by 2025 with 4.8m light vehicles in an optimistic scenario and 2.9m light vehicles in a conservative scenario.