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Team EcoCar first hydrogen powered car built at the University of Alberta

A team of students from University of Alberta built a hydrogen powered car called Team EcoCar.

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EDAG Electric car designed as a Light Car Sharing concept

EDAG comes with a new concept of Light Car Sharing at the Geneva Motor Show.

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Monocasco developed as electric vehicle city bike concept

In the world of Spanish motorcycling, the 250 stroke Ossa Monocasco motorbike used by iconic racer Santi Herrero is a legendary vehicle in its own right.

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Eight new fast charging stations along the West Coast Electric Highway

Eight new fast charging stations start to cover 160 mile stretch of the West Coast Electric Highway.

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Electrified highways for electric trucks and cars in Sweden

The dream of electrified highways for car and truck transport has remained on the spot.

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The hydrogen powered cleaning vehicle in operation on the streets of Basel – Germany

Since 2009, a hydrogen powered street cleaning vehicle has been undergoing testing on the streets of Basel.

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Tokyo R&D will test electric trucks to deliery business in Japan

Tokyo R&D a Japanese company demonstrates its commitment to electric vehicles.

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Yale’s first all-electric van begins deliveries

Smaller and more compact than other delivery vehicles, the newest addition to Yale’s fleet is quiet, clean and all electric. The new van, a Ford Transit Connect, produces zero emissions, runs strictly on battery power, and produces minimal noise. It is designed to be well suited for commercial fleets that travel predictable, short-range routes with […]

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Lithium–air battery – developed by IBM- that aims to increase the range of electrovehicles to 500 miles

IBM’s Battery 500 project, led by scientists at IBM Research – Almaden in California, is an interdisciplinary consortium to develop a lithium–air battery that aims to increase the range of electrovehicles to 500 miles (approximately 800 km).

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Audi e-tron is prepared on wireless charging

Audi is working on the future of electromobility – on its e-tron models and their technology.

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