Focus by Boston Consulting Group, shortened and published with permission – full Focus available at: http://www.bcg.com/documents/file36615.pdf
The breakthrough for EVs (electric vehicles) will be directly dependent on technical advances for its key component, the battery. Today, all available [...]
The publication of two International EV charging Standards by the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) lifts a major hurdle for the EV charging infrastructure, supporting the mass adoption of electric vehicles.
The two IEC International EV Standards reflect a global consensus on the [...]
The price of oil continues to rise – it hit almost $120 in March 2011. As people become more conscious of the implications of climate change, so the motor industry looks to the EV (electric vehicle) as an alternative means of transport both for [...]
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