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Elon Musk’s “25 guns” to be assigned with task to fix Tesla Gigafactory Berlin

Elon Musk’s “25 guns” to be assigned with task to fix Tesla Gigafactory Berlin

A 25-person Tesla engineering task force, strangely dubbed “25 guns,” will be assigned with the task to fix Gigafactory Berlin, the American EV maker’s massive manufacturing plant that is currently

Voro Motors EMOVE Cruiser comes loaded with numerous unique features

Voro Motors’ EMOVE Cruiser comes loaded with numerous unique features

The EMOVE Cruiser, Voro Motors’ recently introduced electric scooter, comes loaded with some really unique features that allow it to stand apart and outshine all others in the category.

EVs overtake conventional car sales in September 2020 across Europe

EVs overtake conventional car sales in September 2020 across Europe

Demand for petrol and diesel-powered cars suffered double-digit percentage drop in September 2020, allowing environment-friendly EVs to overtake the conventional cars across Europe, fresh data publ

Expansion of charging infrastructure isn’t keeping pace with rising demand for EVs: ACEA

Expansion of charging infrastructure isn’t keeping pace with rising demand for EVs: ACEA

The pace of expansion of charging infrastructure in Europe is much slower than the pace of growth of electric vehicle (EV) sales, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) pointed o

UK renewable energy use at record high in autumn

Renewable energy accounted for 8.6 per cent of total electricity produced in the UK in the three months to September, according to the latest data released from the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

The contribution is the highest made by renewable energy sector and are close to government’s target for 10 per cent from the sector by 2010. The wind energy grew 36.9 per cent in the third quarter. The proportion of wind, hydro power and other sources grew 23.1 per cent compared to the same period last year.

UK Electric Car Trials Commenced by Mini and Mitsubishi

Over the weekend, both Mitsubishi and BMW's Mini launched the UK trials of their electric cars. The British Government's Technology Strategy Board, which is all set to support and fund about 340 alternative fuel automobiles from various manufacturers, partly funded the initiative.

The trial will last for a year, and has been initiated to study how successful UK would be in adapting a "green transport future".