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BP says fast charging could soon be more profitable than selling gas
The European oil companies BP, Shell and Total have been buying up assets in the EV charging value chain, and some suspect there’s a sinister strategy—could the oil barons monopolize public charging in key markets, jack up the prices, and kill the electric car once and for all?
Bentley to build its first electric car at Crewe plant
Bentley’s first-ever battery-powered electric vehicle (BEV) will be developed and built in the UK with the company committing to investing £2.5 billion in sustainability over the next ten years.
New Fiido T1 electric cargo bike copies a famous e-bike, yet adds several key upgrades
Fiido has just quietly launched the brand’s latest electric bicycle, known as the Fiido T1 electric cargo bike. And for anyone paying attention to the electric bike industry, you’ll likely know exactly which e-bike it is based on.
Why are Europeans buying more EVs than North Americans?
Fully 21 per cent of all the new cars sold in Europe last August were plug-in electric vehicles, according to JATO Dynamics. Now, to be fair, about a third of those were plug-in hybrids.
Canada must double or triple clean power generation to meet EV and zero-emissions targets
Canada’s environmental and electrification goals over the next three decades will require “an ambitious transformation of its energy system” according to the International Energy Agency.