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Enel X to support US cities in electrifying public transport bus fleets

Enel X to support US cities in electrifying public transport bus fleets

The company is entering the US electrification market and is already working with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority to help it electrify a portion of its new fleet.

Christchurch and Auckland prepare to roll-out electric bus fleets

Christchurch and Auckland prepare to roll-out electric bus fleets

Electrification of the country’s transport sector will further drive New Zealand’s decarbonisation efforts and support its aims to have a full zero emission bus fleet by 2040.

Flowbird extends range to boost public EV charging capacity

Flowbird extends range to boost public EV charging capacity

The Park & Charge offer has been designed to enable UK local authorities to leverage their existing parking network assets, notably through a shared payment and management system.

Linz progresses its plans to be an urban air mobility pilot city

Linz progresses its plans to be an urban air mobility pilot city

AAV specialist EHang will work with local partners to realise its plans to conduct passenger flights and goods transportation with autonomous air taxis in urban areas in the Austrian city.

Japan progresses plans to upgrade electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Japan progresses plans to upgrade electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Contract with ABB is part of a broader push to accelerate the nation’s shift towards sustainable mobility with a target of increasing the share of EVs and plug-in hybrids to between 20-30 per cent by 2030.

Austin launches pilot to test scooter infrastructure

Austin launches pilot to test scooter infrastructure

Austin Transportation and Swiftmile are undertaking the six-month, no-cost pilot project to test the usability of the company’s universal scooter parking and charging stations for e-scooters.

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.

Poland progresses EV charging infrastructure

Poland progresses EV charging infrastructure

Petrol retailer PKN ORLEN is installing 150 fast electric charging stations, located within the country’s largest cities and on selected transit routes