We’re currently on our way in the i3 from Northampton to Surrey, to visit relatives for New Year’s Eve. It seems like most of the few CCS charge points operated by Ecotricity at motorway services are offline today. I have therefore planned to charge at public charge points near our destination. However, since we always
Speculation about the future of transportation, like common flu, appears to be contagious. Not a week goes by without another celebrity, business guru or executive predicting that future of transportation is electric. That, you may say, is probable and not newsworthy. What is newsworthy is that many of the same people are predicting that the
“The stone age came to an end, not for lack of stones, and the oil age will end, but not for lack of oil” (Sheikh Yamani OPEC co-founder and former Saudi Arabian oil minister) Electricity companies around the world will begin to go bankrupt by 2018, even while they generate profits. It sounds absurd doesn’t
The car of the future will be electric, connected and, eventually, self-driving. But where does that leave the car industry of the future? In a series of articles this month, Heard on the Street takes a look at how investors should approach the biggest technological disruption the car industry has faced in decades. Battery-powered electric
CEO Masamichi Kogai said the company would introduce zero-emission vehicles as standards tighten in the U.S. TOKYO—The chief executive of Mazda Motor Corp. said the company plans to start selling electric vehicles in 2019, joining rivals at home that face tightening emission standards abroad. “We’ve set the goal at 2019 to accommodate the ZEV regulations
A roundup, look back, and some mild, low level predictions but mostly a big thank you for supporting and watching Fully Charged. Merry Christmas, happy new year and here’s to a wonderful, sustainable, equitable 2017.
Building the world’s largest factory to accelerate a sustainable energy future.
A plug-in hybrid system gives the all new 2017 BMW 330e smart economy, while maintaining its sport sedan character.
A very Happy Christmas to all customers of Fuel Included, and everyone who knows us. 2016 was a pretty rough year for many people, so here’s hoping that 2017 will bring you everything you’re hoping for. For now, have a great Christmas and enjoy your time with friends and family. Merry Christmas to one and
Small to medium sized wind turbines that could, given the right financial and planning environment, make an enormous impact in these Windy Islands. And these are made in England. More info: http://www.britwind.co.uk/