Smart Cities News

Partnership aims to advance micro-mobility in Italian cities

Partnership aims to advance micro-mobility in Italian cities

Using Enel X’s JuicePass app, electric vehicle drivers will be able to park and refuel at charging points and continue their journey on a Bird electric scooter.

Electric vehicle use boosted by £4m on-street charging deal in 'flat and flush' technology

Electric vehicle use boosted by £4m on-street charging deal in 'flat and flush' technology

The product aims to help solve the issue of charging for vehicle owners without access to off-street parking, currently a major barrier for electric vehicle uptake in urban areas.

Connected services subscriptions for electric vehicles predicted to grow 270 per cent

Connected services subscriptions for electric vehicles predicted to grow 270 per cent

A report from ABI Research reveals that the increasing number of countries setting up deadlines to end the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles will propel higher EV adoption.

Joint venture aims to boost on-street EV charging in the UK

Joint venture aims to boost on-street EV charging in the UK

Liberty Charge said it will provide the “under-the-pavement power” and communications infrastructure necessary for charging in residential areas in towns and cities.

All-electric ride-hailing service extends its offering

All-electric ride-hailing service extends its offering

Start-up Go360 claims to offer a unique ride subscription model to help people get to work and transit hubs faster and easier using employee drivers.

Engenie begins roll-out of EV chargers in Cardiff

Engenie begins roll-out of EV chargers in Cardiff

The company will install 12 rapid charging points across the Welsh capital in 2020, powered by renewable energy and compatible with every EV on the market.

The role of smart energy in the UK’s green transport system

The role of smart energy in the UK’s green transport system

Charging infrastructure development must catch up if the UK’s smart transport system and carbon reduction ambitions are to be realised, says Thomas Newby, chief operating officer of Tonik Energy.

London fresh fruit distributor uses V2G to go even greener

London fresh fruit distributor uses V2G to go even greener

Fruit 4 London is taking part in the UK capital’s E-Flex vehicle-to-grid demonstrator project to power its electric delivery vehicles.

London announces plans for its electric future

London announces plans for its electric future

They include a major expansion of the EV charging network to ensure the capital continues its drive to be one of the world’s leading zero-emission cities.

Scoot e-bikes come to Santiago

Scoot e-bikes come to Santiago

The EV company becomes the first shared, electric bicycle operator in Chile and will expand to other parts of the capital city with additional e-bikes and electric scooters.