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New electric vehicle chargers to benefit Jersey police

The new equipment is to be provided by Jersey Electricity and will mean that nine cars can be charged at the same time.

Europe’s first full-sized autonomous bus trialled at CAV Scotland

Watch SMART Highway’s video of europe’s first full-sized self-driving bus has been demonstrated at CAV Scotland in Glasgow. 

Chinese company to challenge Tesla’s place in the market next year

Property company China Evergrande Group, has reportedly said it has ambitions to become the world’s biggest maker of electric vehicles.

TFL’s second on-demand bus trial has begun

Slide Ealing, the on-demand bus service provided by Transport for London (TfL), bus company RATP and German technology firm MOIA, has started picking up passengers ... Read more

Lisbon 2020 in ground-breaking carbon neutral pledge

Next year’s ITS European Congress will become the continent’s first mobility conference ever to offset all carbon emissions related to the event.

Hyundai starts autonomous tech testing with truck platooning trials

Motor company Hyundai has reportedly started testing truck platooning technology on a motorway proving ground that replicates real-world driving conditions.

Danfoss and ASI to form autonomous vehicle partnership

Danfoss and Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) have announced they have signed an agreement for a strategic partnership to collaborate on autonomous technology for mobile equipment ... Read more

New subsidiary cut threats hit electric car makers in China

Shares of Chinese electric-car makers have recently fallen after a report that said regulators may cut subsidies further on the embattled industry was published.

Britain faces “waste battery mountain” as electric car use surges

According to an academic study Britain faces a new waste crisis from a “ battery mountain” caused by the growing use of electric cars. 

Karhoo chosen for Renfe one-stop shop transport app

Karhoo will provide first and last mile transport for Spanish rail giant Renfe’s new one-stop shop transport app launching in November. 






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