Norway considers cutting EV advantages
The Norwegian public road administration ‘Statens vegvesen’ has put the removal of some advantages for electric cars in road traffic into play. The considerations are part of a plan to reduce car traffic in Norway as a whole.
The scooter parking that wasn’t
In the German Nuremberg, a sign advertising Europe’s first electric scooter parking garage was set up. Up to 12,000 electric kick scooters will be able to park and charge there, alongside a lounge for the drivers.
Netherlands discussing 100 measures for cleaner air
The Dutch are discussing an extensive series of measures to improve air quality in Holland. The approx. 100 measures include investing in charging infrastructure for EVs as well as options to incentivise the driving of EVs, such as reduced parking fees.
BMW buys Parkmobile to coordinate congestion
Parking is the next frontier of private (electric) car ownership and BMW is determined to get on top of the game as it acquires ParkMobile. The parking app provider fits into BMW’s strategy to become a mobility solutions provider.