20 December 2019
20 December 2019
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automotiveEV are proud bring you the latest issue of eVISIONS – our exciting new monthly digital magazine.

eVISIONS will share regular exclusive features and interviews with all the global leading players from the electric vehicle, manufacturing, technology, infrastructure, sustainable transportation and energy space.

Opel completes installation of 350 Charging Points on time

Opel completes installation of 350 Charging Points on time

One year after announcing “Electric City”, Opel has reached an important milestones of the project. The carmaker has completed the installation of the 350 charging points it had announced for its fleet vehicle. The Opel fleet consists of company cars and development vehicles.

Fuel Cell Tram-Buses now in revenue service in France

Fuel Cell Tram-Buses now in revenue service in France

Ballard Power Systems announced that 8 ExquiCity tram-buses built by Van Hool NV and powered by 8 Ballard FCveloCity-HD 100-kilowatt fuel cell modules have been inaugurated at a ceremony in Pau, France and are now in revenue service in Pau’s Bus Rapid Transit System.

NAWA Technologies unveils Hybrid Battery-Powered Electric Motorbike concept

NAWA Technologies unveils Hybrid Battery-Powered Electric Motorbike concept

NAWA Technologies, maker of next-generation ultra-fast energy storage systems, revealed NAWA Racer, a zero emission motorbike concept which features a world-first in electric powertrains: a ‘hybrid’ battery.

Ford to invest $700 million at its Dearborn site to build EVs

Ford to invest $700 million at its Dearborn site to build EVs

At Ford’s Dearborn manufacturing site, Ford will add 300 jobs and invest about $700 million to support production of new electrified variants of its F-150 truck, producing both a F-150 hybrid and fully electric F-150. Ford will also create a new operation in Dearborn where battery cells will be assembled into a battery pack for the F-150 hybrid and all-electric F-150.

e.GO MOOVE presents cargo variant of the e.GO Mover

e.GO MOOVE presents cargo variant of the e.GO Mover

With the introduction of the e.GO Cargo Mover, e.GO MOOVE GmbH positions itself in the growing market of new mobility concepts for transport and commerce.

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