Charge Of The “LEAF Brigade” Kept Small Towns In The Philippines Connected After Super Typhoon Rai

In December of 2021, super typhoon “Odette” (international codename Rai) battered many provinces in the Visayas, the second largest cluster of islands in the Philippines, as it made landfall on and first ravaged the tourist town of Siargao, known for its pristine beaches and surfing. Rai devastated many other provinces in the region including the

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The MG 4 EV will start at just under £26k in the UK

Maker of affordable EVs unveils tempting prices for its new 281-mile electric hatch It’s been a busy week for the new-age MG. After releasing an extremely low-resolution teaser video of its upcoming flagship electric sports car, it has now confirmed pricing for the 4 EV hatchback… And it’s good news for all those interested in genuinely affordable electric

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Renault e-trucks to pick up dirty linen in a move to decarbonise

French company Elis has acquired eleven electric trucks from Renault Trucks. The textile service will use the new EVs for night-time delivery and collection of linen from Elis customers in the hotel and catering sector in Paris and Clermont-Ferrand. Elis reasons that low-emission zones in Paris and Clermont-Ferrand have made this a necessary step in

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‘Brilliant’: Electric car owners could charge for free using hack as charging costs rise

ELECTRIC car owners without off-street parking are paying up to £1,320 a year to charge, but a clever hack could allow them to charge for free. With inflation at its highest in 30 years and public charging costs rising fast, many drivers across the UK may be concerned about their finances in the future. New data has

New Research Found That People Who Commute by Car Can Be Subject To Harmful Gases Than Those Who Walk to Work

Active Commuters Experience Better Air Quality than Car Drivers The study was carried out by University of Leicester academics in collaboration with Leicester City Council, and it was released in the Journal of Transport & Health, as cited by Phys.org Researchers discovered that weekday morning commuters commuting by automobile had greater in-cabin levels of nitrogen dioxide