Electric Vehicles – GBRI
 

A recent study undertaken by the Center for Research in Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS) in the UK claims that e-bikes can actually help cut CO2 emissions from the transport sector into half. Another interesting finding by the study is that the greatest opportunities for e-bikes are in rural and suburban settings because people living in […]

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JetBlue will be converting a large part of its ground service equipment fleet at JFK International Airport in New York from gasoline to electric. With this change, the airline hopes to save more than $500,000 annually on fuel costs as well as cut 4 million pounds of carbon dioxide greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, converting the ground service equipment […]

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Indonesia’s capital Jakarta has the largest public bus system in the world. Almost 200 million commuters use the city’s Transjakarta buses annually. In a move aimed towards making Jakarta one of the greenest cities in the world, the Transjakarta Bus Rapid Transit System is rolling out a trial program of electric buses on certain routes in the city. […]

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Tesla just released its affordable Model 3 with the price tag of $35,000 making it the cheapest electric vehicle on offer from the company. It has been almost three years since the car was first announced. But when it came on the market, it was only available in longer-range, more premium-configurations that were cheaper than the […]

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Whenever we talk about air pollution, carbon emission from fossil fuel-powered vehicles is the most commonly cited example. In the US, sales of hybrids and electric vehicles are slowly but surely picking up as people are increasingly becoming aware of the huge environmental impact of gas-guzzling vehicles. Taking a step in the right direction, Japanese automaker […]

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In an attempt to tackle climate change, reduce its carbon footprint and promote the sale of e-cars, last month Denmark proposed a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030. The legislators plan to make electric cars cheaper in order to incentivize the transition. The country will also be opening up the bus […]

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In a move that has left motoring groups stunned, UK government announced that it will no longer be offering incentives to buy new plug-in hybrids while discounts on all-electric cars have been slashed from £4,500 to £3,500. The RAC and AA motoring groups said the change was a backward step, and the SMMT trade body called it “astounding”. […]

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