June 18th, 2020 | by Remeredzai Joseph Kuhudzai
It's clear to see that by increasing the penetration of electric vehicles every year, EV adoption will displace a significant amount of CO2 in Kenya. Kenya’s grid is already powered by a generation mix that is 93% renewable, thanks to significant contributions from geothermal, hydropower, wind, and some utility-scale solar plants. And since 39% of CO2 emissions in Kenya are from the transport sector, the transition to electromobility is the best route to reducing these emissions
November 26th, 2019 | by Susanna Schick
Los Angeles. 2028. The Summer Olympics return for their third trip. The Olympic Committee has fulfilled their promise to only use recycled materials. An easy promise in a city with so much existing Olympic Infrastructure. But will the Olympians be able to breathe? Will Los Angeles, America’s manufacturing hub, be forced to shut down factories (and the ports!) for weeks preceding the Olympics in order to ensure adequately clean air? Or will this not be enough? Will all Olympic events be held indoors? Will Olympians compete wearing filtration masks and oxygen tanks
October 26th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley
Senator Schumer says he wants a rebate program to pay consumers to buy "clean" vehicles. Is it too bold or not bold enough?
September 17th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley
California governor Jerry Brown tells the LA Times Donald Trump is sabotaging the US auto industry with his anti-EV policies. Is he right?
May 3rd, 2018 | by Jesper Berggreen
As a response to the Danish government's energy initiative published last week, the largest party in the country, The Social Democrats, has published its own initiative called "Denmark will once again be a green superpower."