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It might have been a terrible year in many respects, but new research suggests 2020 was the year the world finally learned to love electric vehicles.
SUN Mobility, a tech start-up based in Bengaluru in Karnataka, India, is rolling out a swappable battery service for electric vehicles.
Leaning into the shift to electric mobility and the circular economy could spark a revolution in how cars are made and used.
From battery performance and manufacture to charge point availability, innovation on multiple fronts is needed to electrify long-range, heavy-duty vehicles
New Zealand just took delivery of its first electric plane.
In North America, larger electric commercial planes are being tested and hundreds of electric air taxis are in development.
Globally, people are starting to trust the safety of autonomous vehicles more and more, but concerns remain across some of the world's major economies.
To truly maximize these technologies - and keep streets safe - regulators will need to bridge existing governance gaps.
Asphalt emits secondary organic aerosol, a major contributor of PM2.5 pollutants that have significant effects on public health.
The electric vehicle revolution is well underway, but progress is still too slow. Here are three reasons why – and three ways to get things back on track.
Has COVID-19 taken the heat out of the American love affair with the motor vehicle? A new report predicts a long-term shift in driving habits.
A lack of truck-specific charging infrastructure is slowing down the uptake of battery-electric trucks on European highways.
Here's what needs to happen.
Here's how the COVID-19 crisis drove mobility innovation in Israel - and what's needed to keep that innovation going.
COVID-19 has brought into greater focus the need to make our economies more environmentally sustainable, says former Formula 1 world champion and green investor Nico Rosberg.
Carmakers around the world have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Better regulations could help the auto industry recover and invest in the future.
Auto manufacturers around the world have joined the fight against coronavirus by producing vital medical equipment and machines.