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The UK's finance plan this week could include measures that will see fully self-driving cars to be on British roads in as little as three years.
A reliable public charging infrastructure will be key to fostering the growth of electric vehicles — even if those chargers don't get used much.
I am willing to bet that if most Americans were polled, they would want a happy medium that included cars that were environment friendly without the big price tag.
Ford, BMW, VW and Daimler have formed a joint venture to build out a pan-European network of 400 fast charging stations for EVs by 2020.
A Puerto Rican official who has been in talks with Tesla said the island is serious about transforming its energy infrastructure after it was leveled by Hurricane Maria.
Germany's Hubject, which is developing a standard method to pay at EV charging stations, secured fresh funds from shareholders to expand into China and the United States.
Ford plans to increase the number of electric vehicle charging stations for its North American employees from 200 to 600 over the next three years as it places a greater emphasis on electrification.
The grant of more than $2 million could help the city reduce congestion, prevent accidents and lay groundwork for self-driving technology infrastructure.
Ford said it will increase the number of battery electric vehicles it offers, and is forming a dedicated internal team to study and develop the technology.
British inventor James Dyson said his company is building an electric car to launch by 2020. The company plans to spend billions of dollars on solid-state battery technology and vehicle design.
The lessons of a 1985 earthquake, which killed an estimated 10,000, laid the foundation for a nation that takes things like building codes much more seriously.
The run-up to this week's Frankfurt auto show has been all about electric vehicles — and not just new EVs but new EV strategies. It feels like the 2009 Frankfurt show.
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