Industry highlights week 12 – 16 Sep 2022

Nissan Launches Production Of The Townstar EV

Nissan has started series production of the Townstar EV for the European markets. The successor to the e-NV200 is based on the CMF-C platform developed with alliance partner Renault and is now being manufactured in Maubeuge, France.

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Drivers Could Soon See EVs With Battery That Charges In Minutes And Lasts 20 Years

Electric cars could use the revolutionary battery which lasts twice as long as regular EV batteries. The new battery, developed by Harvard University startup Adden Energy, charges in just three minutes and lasts for up to 20 years.

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Survey Along The Border Finds Most People Considering Electric Car

A recent survey conducted in the Border area, which Leitrim, has found that most people are opting for electric cars when it comes to the time they have to change their car.

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Barclays Is Among Five New EV100 Members

Barclays has joined the EV100 commitment to transition its fleet to electric vehicles by 2030, along with four other businesses.

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Rise Of Electric Vehicles Makes Good Planning More Crucial Than Ever

There may be plenty of reasons to hail the rise of electric vehicles, including California’s policy to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035. But what may be good for the air is not necessarily good for cities.

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Industry highlights week 11 – 15 December 2023

Alfa Romeo has confirmed that its next new model – a compact crossover which will be available as a fully-electric car – will be called the Milano. That reverses months of speculation that the car would be called the Brennero.

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Industry highlights week 04 – 08 December 2023

Henderson Group and bp pulse have signed a partnership agreement to install ultra-rapid changing for up to 200 electric vehicles (EVs) at around 100 Henderson Retail sites across Northern Ireland within the next two years.

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