Envision Solar International, Inc., the leading renewably energized EV charging, outdoor media and energy security products company, announced the delivery of five EV ARC™ units that will be utilized by the City of Pittsburgh. The EV ARC™ products will provide emissions-free EV charging and serve as a source of emergency power during grid failures and other crisis situations like increasingly severe weather events and flooding.

At the 9th India Japan Energy Dialogue, the two countries have agreed upon the further strengthening of bilateral energy cooperation with a special focus on electric vehicles.

At the recently concluded 9th India Japan Energy Dialogue held in New Delhi, the two countries have agreed on initiating the discussions on the development of electric vehicles (EVs) by collaborating by with "Policy dialogue on next generation/Zero emission vehicles"

Adopting a new technology is always a big challenge but a revolution is awaiting for the Indian Automotive industry, going GREEN by bringing eco-friendly vehicles. Today we see most of the automaker introducing a concept vehicle and idea for electric vehicle but surprisingly no company is moving forward to create history. Why? What is stopping them from doing this? Even though Government has announced its going electric by 2030 but are they really ready for it. No! EV enthusiastic in India saysbringing eco-friendly automotive technologies to India in the absence of a clear policy framework is a challenge.

Lithium Urban Technologies, the Bengaluru-based electric vehicle cab provider to corporate sector, is raising close to $8 million from International Finance Corporation, the multilateral lending arm of the World Bank, to spur further growth.

With the buzz around electric vehicles getting momentum, Lithium Urban Technologies, the Bengaluru-based electric vehicle cab provider to corporate sector, is raising close to $8 million from International Finance Corporation, the multilateral lending arm of the World Bank, to spur further growth.

Autonomous and shared mobility, digitalization and decentralization of energy systems require new approaches to electric mobility, according to the World Economic Forum’s report Electric Vehicles for Smarter Cities: The Future of Energy and Mobility.

The report, produced in collaboration with Bain & Company, examines the major trends affecting the transformation of energy and mobility systems, with a special focus on cities. In this context, it considers electrification, decentralization and digitalization of the energy system, along with the shift towards shared mobility and autonomous driving.

The report calls for the urgent integration of urban-energy-mobility patterns to accelerate the ability of cities to meet climate goals, support energy efficiency and foster innovation of services and infrastructure. Combined, these could dramatically increase productivity and generate economic growth, ultimately providing great benefits to citizens.

In the US alone, achieving the transformation will quadruple value for society by 2030, a gain that could be worth up to $635 billion. As the share of journeys made by electrified vehicles increases, the energy system will see:

  • A reduction in cost per mile of up to 40% as a result of increased use of electrified autonomous vehicles (AV)
  • Additional flexibility for energy system management as electrified non-AV and AV fleets of public, commercial and mobility-as-a-service vehicles connect to smarter charging and ancillary services
  • Lower carbon emissions driven by increased use of solar and wind energy to meet demand for the electricity required to power electric fleets.

 

 

Envision Solar International, Inc., the leading renewably energized EV charging, outdoor media and energy security products company, announced the successful delivery of EV ARC™ products to the California Department of Parks and Recreation. The EV ARC™ products are providing workplace charging at the agency's Bay Area District Office and public charging for park visitors at Natural Bridges State Park in Santa Cruz.

Electric vehicles on Indian roads will soon get a new  green license number plate, to mark them apart from normal fuel vehicles. 

The government on Wednesday approved the proposal to differentiate eco-friendly electric vehicles from the petrol and diesel ones by providing a different-coloured number plate.  

  • Proprietary powertrain delivers 1000 horsepower and accelerates to 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds

    - Targeting "protective autonomy" safety technology by 2020, using a LiDAR system to handle typical driving tasks even in adverse weather and road conditions

    - Introducing two EVs--the SF5 and SF7--with the first vehicle available for pre-order by the end of 2018, and hitting the road in 2019

    - Only pure EV company today capable of independently building and selling EVs in two of the world's largest markets--the U.S. and China--using Industry 4.0 manufacturing standards

    - Global R&D centers in the United States, Germany, China, and Japan--attracting the top talent in the industry

    - Industry partnerships include Bosch, Dürr, Siemens, University of Michigan, and others

    - Accelerating EV industry through a unique global business model that includes the sharing of technological advances with partners.

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