EV – News

  • Shell subsidiary Ubitricity has placed the winning bid in a public tender issued by the city of Berlin to install at least 200 lantern charging points. The company will begin integrating the first charge points in autumn this year. According to the Shell subsidiary, the roll-out will start in the outer Berlin districts of Steglitz-Zehlendorf […]
  • Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) has announced that its Can-Am brand will return to its roots as a motorbike manufacturer with an all-electric model line. To mark the brand’s 50th anniversary, the company will launch newly developed electric-powered motorbikes. The first models will be available around mid-2024. Can-Am was a motorbike production division of BRP between […]
  • The Mayor of London’s Energy Efficiency Fund (MEEF) announced today it was providing capital Breathe for deploying 100 Tesla Model 3 to private hire drivers, including Uber, in London. The Vehicle-as-a-Service provider is further supported by fintech Zeti’s pay per mile platform ZERO. Breathe offers drivers a VaaS subscription, including insurance, maintenance and tyre replacements. […]
  • US battery manufacturer Microvast has introduced two new lithium-ion cells and an improved battery pack. The new 48-ah and 53.5-ah NMC cells have been specifically designed to power commercial and special-purpose vehicles. Both new pouch cells are available in the same dimensions and can be integrated into Microvast’s new fourth-generation battery packs. Microvast manufactures its […]
  • The Chinese battery manufacturer CATL has announced the third generation of its cell-to-pack battery technology. This is ready for mass production and is said to even outperform battery packs with 4680 cells in some respects. According to Chinese media reports, CATL claims that the internally named ‘Kirin battery’ CtP technology will deliver 13 per cent […]