EV – News

  • Leadership change at LiveWire, the electric motorbike brand of Harley-Davidson: Karim Donnez is appointed as the new CEO with effect from 12 June 2023 and replaces Jochen Zeitz in this function, who will, however, remain Chairman of the LiveWire Group. Donnez joins LiveWire from Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP). Previously, he worked for Rio Tinto and […]
  • The energy company Shell has been banned from running certain advertisements in the UK. In the campaign, Shell advertises its efforts to provide renewable energy and expand charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. According to the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the ads are misleading about Shell’s overall environmental impact. It said the adverts did not […]
  • AVL presents the new AVL Battery Cell TS ACORA system. This is intended to examine the behaviour of battery cells under different climatic conditions and operating states. The system is suitable for both prismatic and pouch cells. The AVL Battery Cell TS ACORA system works with direct cooling. ACORA stands for “Active Cooling Rack”. This […]
  • The Dutch retail chain Albert Heijn is now also using exclusively electric vehicles in the centre of Rotterdam to deliver groceries to homes and to supply its shops. Last year, this step was already taken in The Hague. Albert Heijn’s electric trucks used in the Rotterdam region depart from the distribution centre in Pijnacker, where […]
  • Volvo just launched its first entry-level electric car, and the Chinese-owned car maker surprises with a price that sets a benchmark for customers and competitors alike. The Volvo EX30 was highly anticipated and revealed in full (small) size today, with the UK being the first online launch market. As Volvo CEO Jim Rowan confirmed to […]