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Tesla Carshare Coming To Masdar City — CleanTechnica Exclusive

January 15th, 2019 | by Jacek Fior

I toured Masdar City for the first time this week. It is difficult to not be overwhelmed with the vision and execution taking place there. If you are new to cleantech news, make sure you go to the Masdar City website and check out its amazing architecture, admire its focus on residents instead of cars, and share with others its ambitious energy efficiency targets (which, by the way, Masdar* often exceeds)


Advancing Electric Scooters & Bikes In Cities — #CleanTechnica Exclusive

December 16th, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan

The Autonomy conference in Paris is special in that it features diverse panels of experts focused on everything from electric cars to electric scooters and bikes to electric aviation to city planning. A group discussion moderated by CleanTechnica Director Zachary Shahan considered how cities and governments around the world could promote, support, and protect two-wheelers in the city


Electric Carsharing Program Launched In Sacramento

December 6th, 2018 | by Jake Richardson

Over one hundred EVs are being deployed in a carsharing initiative brought to Sacramento by Envoy and Electrify America. 142 Volkswagen e-Golf electric cars will be available in the Sacramento area by early 2019 at 71 locations. The first of the EVs are located near the Whispering Pines Apartments in Meadowview. They can be rented by the minute, hour, or day. Envoy's co-founders, Aric Ohana and Ori Sagie, answered some questions about the program for CleanTechnica


EV Battery Recycling & Reuse, Electric Buses In Extreme Climates, UAE “On The Cusp Of An Electric Boom” … #Intersolar ME Q&A

November 22nd, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan

Ben Pullen, the managing director of Global EVRT, led a rousing day of informative e-mobility talks for the first ever e-mobility session at Intersolar Middle East last year. It culminated in questions from the audience. This question & answer session followed presentations on the accelerating transition to electric vehicles, the power of inflection points, sustainable cities, and more


Electric Carsharing Coming To Sacramento Thanks To VW Funding

July 30th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

Funds from Electrify America will help bring zero emission urban mobility to the city of Sacramento through two electric carsharing programs with a total of 400 electric cars available for rent on city streets by this time next year


Wrocław — Polish Shenzhen

July 22nd, 2018 | by Jacek Fior

There seems to be some kind of attachment I feel towards Shenzhen as I have already used it as benchmark (high one!) for some Polish activities related to e-mobility. Yet again, let me use it to praise one of my favourite cities — that is Wrocław in Poland


This 26 Year Old Scored 6 Teslas In 18 Months — And How

July 19th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Although driving a Tesla can be expensive and out of reach for some, there are a few innovative ways to help drive down the cost of Tesla ownership. Raymond De Padua owner of Tesluro, a Tesla rental company on Turo based out of Jacksonville, FL, has managed to do this with 6 Teslas in a span of just 18 months


Wroclaw’s Electric Carsharing Program Passes 30,000 Users

July 18th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

A local news report in the Polish city where I've been living for nearly 10 years highlights that our relatively fresh electric carsharing program — Vozilla — has passed 30,000 users. Before moving to Florida a month ago, I was seeing the cars — mostly Nissan LEAFs — everywhere I went


Evolving EV Business Models, Policies, & Awareness In Poland (CleanTechnica Interview)

October 27th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Time for interview #5 getting ready for our coming Central & Eastern Europe EV charging conference in Warsaw, where we’ll have EV charging leaders from the Netherlands, Norway, Costa Rica, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary, Finland, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, the UK, and the USA collaborating to advance EV charging and EV adoption in Central & Eastern Europe. My ping pong partner in this interview is Matt Tymowski, co-founder and CTO at ChargePolska


Polish EV Policy Deep Dive With Kuba Stęchły (CleanTechnica Interview)

October 26th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Moving back west after interviewing some great EV charging leaders in Ukraine (see this interview and this interview), the article below features expert commentary from our friend Jakub (Kuba) Stęchły, who has had multiple roles in the e-mobility transition underway in Poland. ?? He is currently ... emperor of MaaS ... ?? You may recognize him as the dude I drove to Paris and back with in a Tesla Model S. Even after talking with Kuba for days, I found the answers below provided me with a wealth of new information, insight, and interesting points


Carsharing & On-Demand Taxis Transforming Transport, & Can Now Be Combined

July 4th, 2017 | by Cynthia Shahan

The modern landscape of transit is rapidly shifting. Expanding mobility services are changing the market. It is a swift 8 years since Uber was founded and 5 since Lyft began. Now, tapping up an Uber is as common as hailing a taxi for many people, or more common than getting a taxi ever was for them. One can arrange an Uber in the US and worldwide — Rome, Wroclaw, Oslo — seemingly any city. In fact, I once had a person arrange an Uber for his wife at a Florida airport from an app in London, England


Chevrolet’s Shanghai EN-V 2.0 Carsharing Program Is A Hit

May 24th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

When it comes to carsharing programs, Chevrolet may not be the first company you think of. Yet it is actively involved in several testing programs and is ramping up its Maven carsharing business in the US. The company says it expects to include autonomous versions of its Chevy Bolt electric car in the Maven network next year



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