(REPOST:Autovista Group)Volkswagen (VW) is to spend around €10 billion by 2025 to develop and manufacture electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid cars in China, as it looks to comply with strict new quota laws.
(REPOST: CityAM)The National Grid said this summer was the greenest ever, offshore wind became cheaper than new nuclear and the country’s first subsidy-free solar farm opened.
(REPOST: The Engineer)Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany have been working on improving the efficiency of thin-film solar cells, a technology which is promising for lower cost photovoltaic installations. They have been inspired by the common rose butterfly, Pachliopta aristolochiae, widespread in India and Southeast Asia, which has deep black wings, indicating
(REPOST: Autovista Group)The eagerly anticipated plans include a quick move to PSA platforms and the introduction of electric vehicles (EVs) as it also seeks to allay fears over enforced job losses, an issue that had been a strong talking point following the announcement of cuts at Britain’s Ellesmere Port plant, and CEO Carlos Tavares’ constant
Changes in the way we store large rapid-access energy are democratising the energy market. This blog touches on a (very) brief history of energy storage, and a summary of current developments and why they are of great interest to the home consumer.
(REPOST: Stone Mountain Volkswagen)There has been a lot of talk in the industry about electric cars but there have not been very many brought to market. Volkswagen is about to add one more to the mix that you can choose from. While at the Detroit show in 2017, the maker showcases the I.D. Buzz concept
(REPOST: Autovista Group)A number of investors are seeking billions of Euros in damages from the vehicle manufacturer, with lobby groups the DSW and SdK in its home country requesting the appointment of a special auditor, something the car maker’s main shareholders, the Porsche-Piech families and the state of Lower Saxony, had blocked.