0

Car companies are welcoming a plan by the European Union that would require every new or refurbished home in all EU countries to be equipped with an EV charging point beginning in 2019. Additionally, the draft directive (to be published later this year) would require that all new buildings with parking facilities, including apartment buildings, […]

+ Read More
0

Germany’s Bundesrat, the country’s upper house of parliament, voted with across-the-aisle support to ban the sale of internal combustion engines in the European Union by 2030. The resolution calls on the European Union Commission in Brussels to pass directives assuring that “latest in 2030, only zero-emission passenger vehicles will be approved” for use on EU […]

+ Read More
0

As of this coming Saturday, Nov. 1, every vehicle sold in the European Union will come standard with electronic stability program, also known as ESP. All newly registered passenger cars and light commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of up to 3.5 tons must be equipped with the anti-skid system according to this new […]

+ Read More
0

California-based Green Automotive Company’s Liberty Electric Cars subsidiary has been chosen by the European Union to be a major partner in the epsilon innovation program. The project’s ultimate goal will be to successfully develop a small electric passenger vehicle that optimizes safety, performance and comfort features while integrating all the benefits of a lightweight unique […]

+ Read More
0

If all goes according to plan, the United Kingdom and England will be canvassed with EV fast chargers. Nissan is leading a consortium aiming to establish a network of rapid chargers for electric vehicles running the full length and breadth of the United Kingdom and Ireland. When complete, a total of 74 rapid chargers will […]

+ Read More