German high-end sports car maker Porsche said today it would double investments in electrifying its entire range by 2022, as parent company Volkswagen reacts to environmental scandals and new challenges from abroad.
Luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz has urged the government “not to rush with the all-electric vehicles push” and thus “foreclose better technological options” for future generations as the rest of the world is racing to run on hydrogen and not electricity.
The Pune Government has asked the Indian automotive manufacturers to make new electric vehicles. In addition to this, Pune is planning to build their own electric mobility solutions.
Power stored in electric cars could be sent back to the grid – thereby supporting the grid and acting as a potential storage for clean energy – but it will only be economically viable if we upgrade the system first.
Power stored in electric cars could be sent back to the grid – thereby supporting the grid and acting as a potential storage for clean energy but it will only be economically viable if we upgrade the system first.
The question around ‘electric’ is no more if but when. As cry for a more modern technology and a lifestyle that’s sustainable gets louder, governments are left with little choice but to implement ideas that meet those demands from the people.
The rising importance of alternative energy fuels, and especially, the onset of electric vehicles, will cause a severe oil price crash, predicts Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kicked off India’s race to turn all new passenger car sales electric by 2030. The largest order has gone to a company that hasn’t commercially started producing the vehicles.
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