Researchers have looked into the extent to which electric car owners are able to charge their vehicles with power from their own photovoltaics system.
The first electric car was developed in the early 1900s in Iowa and since then, the technology has improved to allow EVs to complete around 250 miles per charge.
Research suggests that the most effective solution would be to invest in cycling infrastructure, to reduce car usage and therefore the amount of congestion in London.
These forward-thinking places are putting public transport options in place to make it easy for people to get in, out and around urban centres.
Pole-mounted chargers could help meet the infrastructure gap that needs to be close to boost the sale of electric vehicles in the United States and beyond.
We outline the latest trends to consider when developing mobility policies for the autonomous vehicles industry as it works towards post-pandemic recovery.
On International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, we're taking a close-up look at the air we breathe and its impact on our health.
Leaded petrol has been eliminated after the world's last remaining stocks were used up last month, the U.N.'s Environment Programme (UNEP) has said.
Heavy-duty trucks are responsible for 25% of global road emissions. The industry needs to decarbonize but many barriers remain – here's how it can be done.
The pandemic has changed how people feel about the environment, resulting in a rise in car buyers considering electric vehicles, according to an EY report.
A common misconception is that electric vehicles aren't cleaner than normal engines, once you consider the battery, but the ICCT says this isn't true.
As deliveries rise because of the pandemic, accelerating the use of robots could allow Japan to ease pressing problems, including an aging population.
The market for connected cars is predicted to soar in the next decade. This will bring benefits to road users, to the environment, and to the car industry
The European Green Deal is a chance for car manufacturers to make their processes more circular, write the Forum's Maya Ben Dror and SYSTEMIQ's Tilmann Vahle.
What’s stopping us from buying electric cars? It’s not just battery life - there’s a host of other issues we need to solve to usher in the green transport revolution.