Italy Set to Increase EV Incentives to €10,000 — Are Carmakers Ready?

The Italian government is preparing new fiscal measures to sustain the economic recovery, following months of lockdown at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic. Like in many other countries, particularly in Europe, economic stimulus is being directed preferentially to a sustainable recovery, especially in the transport and construction industries. As …

Clean Air and Green Jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean Thanks to E-Mobility

The transport sector is responsible for 15 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions in the region. New report calls to prioritize the electrification of public transport, especially when updating old bus fleets. Electric mobility could foster new investments and jobs, which are key to COVID-19 recovery efforts. The transition to …

Shenzhen Gives Residents Incentives To Buy Electric Vehicles

The city of Shenzhen in China has long been an electric vehicle leader. Its bus fleet went 100% electric in 2017, and its taxi fleet followed in 2018. Now, it is pushing electric vehicle sales (including Tesla sales) just in time for the end of Q2 2020. Residents can receive …

Danish Companies Have an Ambitious Plan to Create Hydrogen for Fuel

A group of Danish companies are planning one of the world’s largest hydrogen and synthetic fuel production facilities. The project will use renewable energy to create low-carbon fuels for the country’s transport sector. Bringing down the costs of such fuels is vital to meeting climate targets. A group of Danish …

Tesla China Sold 11,095 Model 3 Cars in May

Tesla China sold 11,095 Model 3 cars in May, which was three times the volume for April. This information comes from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA). Tesla sold just over 3,600 cars in April, which was down from the 10,160 vehicles sold in March. China was the first country …

Back in the Saddle

The COVID-19 pandemic has limited our movement and activities. Recreational sports around the world have been thrown into a deep freeze, shuttering everything from tennis clubs to weekend football leagues. But one diversion that remains pandemic-approved: cycling. The World Health Organization has recommended it both as a mode of transport …