“European Parliament has ruled that cars will need to meet EU limits on NOx emissions under real-world driving conditions by September 2022.” — read the full report at smarttransport.org.uk
“Shelter-in-place orders during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic briefly created the best air quality in decades, but forest fires on the West Coast of the United States have taken things in a drastically different direction. That makes Volvo’s announcement of in-car air-quality monitoring this past week depressingly timely.” — read the full report … More Volvo’s new in-vehicle air-cleaner system features industry-leading PM2.5 sensor
“The unprecedented social distancing measures put in place by many countries to slow the spread of coronavirus have already produced a measurable effect in one important area—emissions.” — read the full report at greencarreports.com
The Guardian reader Barry Norris’ views are in sync with those of CLEVA which adopts battery swapping in all of its community, utility and light passenger models (read Norris’ letter at theguardian.com). Contact us at email@example.com, for details of how we eliminate the battery from the cost of the EV.
Although the demise of “ICE” engines is planned and forecast for the future, this is not going to be achieved on a global basis. The emerging markets, have neither the will, nor the affordability to move to an EV transport base. Even hybrids are not being taken up in large volume These markets will not … More Sustainably reducing “ICE” emissions during the transition to a decarbonised society
“Thailand is set to launch its first commercial electric ferry service as part of efforts to tackle severe air pollution.” — read energyabsolute.co.th‘s news clipping of the original NHK World – Japan story