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Byton Brings Two Flavors Of Its Fully Electric M-Byte SUV To Frankfurt

September 12th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

The electric car builders at Byton brought the production build of their fully electric M-Byte SUV to the Frankfurt Auto Show for its big reveal to the world. They only build EVs and they have no plans to do it otherwise because as they see it, battery-powered electric vehicles are the future. Here at CleanTechnica, we couldn't agree more


The Electrified Tern GSD Utility Bike Can Haul 400 Pounds Of People & Gear

August 30th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

The folks over at Tern have built a number of bikes and ebikes that enable more people to spend more time on bikes, thanks to the unique functionality they pack under the hood. They brought a fully loaded Tern GSD over for us to run through the paces for a few weeks so naturally, we obliged. We took the GSD out on the town on long commutes, beach rides, hauling the kids around town, and fully-loaded trips to the store. In every circumstance, the GSD performed admirably, even asking for more as our weary legs were increasingly augmented by the battery and mid-frame mounted motor


The Bosch Phantom Quickly Provides Home & Business Energy Insights

July 31st, 2019 | by Kyle Field

At CES this year, Bosch showcased a new energy analysis tool called the Phantom. It is a small device not much larger than a Raspberry Pi, but it packs an oversized toolkit that Bosch believes can help owners identify opportunities to save money on their electric bills


Bosch’s New Battery Service Remotely Monitors & Optimizes EV Battery Health

July 9th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Bosch is flexing its mastery of electronics with a new cloud-based solution that will allow EV owners to manage and maintain their EV batteries at higher performance. The new solution comes at a time when buyers are flocking to electric vehicles at record numbers, with the bulk of the purchase price going towards the battery of the vehicle


The 8 Accessories Every eBiker Needs

June 22nd, 2019 | by Kyle Field

So you've bought a new eBike or are considering pulling the trigger on an eBike purchase. While eBikes are in many ways just glorified bicycles, there are a few differences that require some additional thought


Bosch Partners With Powercell On Co-Development Of PEM Fuel Cell Stack

April 30th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Powerhouse Bosch is partnering with leading fuel cell stack manufacturer Powercell to develop and license a new line of hydrogen fuel cells for automotive applications. The new partnership is a realization that hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to become a significant portion of the automotive market over the next decade, according to Bosch


Zero Motorcycles Introduces New Game-Changing SR/F Model

February 25th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley

The new SR/F from Zero Motorcycles is brutally fast yet supremely stable thanks to 140 ft-lbs of torque, 110 horsepower, and the Bosch Motorcycle Stability Control system and full internet connectivity. Look for a full test ride from Susanna Schick soon.


A Month On The Electric Bulls Cross E8 Wave

February 16th, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

It's been over a month since I started test riding the Bulls Cross E8 Wave electric bicycle (e-bike), and what a pleasure it has been. This e-bike is a solid, fast, urban commuter. While it is on the pricey side, you get a well thought out e-bike you can ride to work without breaking a sweat. As with anything in life, you get what you pay for


Bosch Launching Electric Van Sharing

December 12th, 2018 | by Jake Richardson

Bosch is collaborating with toom to launch an electric van sharing service at German hardware stores. toom sells home improvement products and supplies, so the idea is to place electric vans at some of them to provide on-demand personal transportation for customers. Caroline Reichert, head of connected mobility solutions for EVs at Bosch, answered some questions about the program for CleanTechnica


“Short Arms Syndrome” Sinks TerraE Consortium Plan

October 15th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

TerraE, the consortium of German vehicle manufacturers that was supposed to build "green batteries" in Germany, is dead -- a victim of timid industrialists who don't want to put up the money needed to bring the plan to fruition.


Bosch eBikes Making 500-Mile Trek To Interbike 2018 In Reno, Nevada

August 30th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

Bosch is one of the big players in the eBike space, but it isn't known for its bikes. Bosch chose to focus on building a robust set of eBike components for bikes that existing bike manufacturers could then take and integrate into their own bikes where it made the most sense. CleanTechnica connected with Bosch's Brian Sarmiento, who is taking a unique journey with a Bosch-based eBike



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