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The Rayvolt Cruzer Is A Turbocharged Work Of Art On Wheels

July 13th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

In its quest to start a people-powered electric bike Rayvolution, Barcelona-based Rayvolt has been churning out a line of unique ebikes that blend the classic motorcycle styling of yesteryear with the high tech electric powertrains of tomorrow for customers, today


Rayvolt Is Not-So-Secretly Plotting An eBike Revolution Powered By The Sun

May 24th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

From the glossy pages of its catalogs and the beautiful pictures that adorn the Rayvolt website, it is not immediately clear what kind of company Rayvolt is. So when they invited CleanTechnica out to their headquarters to meet the team and to see their new lineup of ebikes for 2019, we were excited to get a look behind the curtain at what it was that really made them tick


BYD Lands Deal For 15 Electric Buses In Madrid

May 17th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

BYD has taken another step forward in electrifying mass transit in Spain, as the company has landed a deal with EMT Madrid for 15 BYD 12-meter buses. The new order marks the first order of fully electric buses from BYD for EMT Madrid, which is the primary operator of public surface transit operations in the Spanish capital


The Mystery Of Tesla Model 3 Demand

April 14th, 2019 | by Alex Voigt

Demand is a mystery that can only be measured once supply is provided, and at that point, it's not demand anymore. You only know what demand you really had after its gone. Supply is a fact you can easily measure, while demand is never really known or completely understood. Even worse, the supply you measure is usually only a part of the demand you once had, and the closer you get to the moment of supply, the more you know how real the demand is


Statkraft & FORTIA ENERGÍA Sign 3 Terawatt-Hour PPA

January 23rd, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill

Spanish industrial energy supplier FORTIA ENERGÍA and Nordic renewable energy producer Statkraft announced on Monday a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) which will see Statkraft provide 3 terawatt-hours of renewable energy over ten years


France & Spain Regulators Reject €3 Billion STEP Gas Pipeline

January 23rd, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill

The energy regulators for France and Spain announced last week that they had rejected the controversial Franco-Spanish South Transit East Pyrenees (STEP) natural gas pipeline, the first stage in the larger Midi-Catalonia (MidCat) gas pipeline, citing costs and that it was not necessary


CEO Enric Asunción: Wallbox Runs On Innovation

November 19th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

Wallbox is an electric vehicle charging equipment (EVSE) manufacturer based in Spain that's bringing some of the smartest, most innovative chargers to the market. CleanTechnica connected with Wallbox's CEO Enric Asunción to talk about the work it is doing on its current lineup of products and what the future holds for the company


8 European Countries & Their EV Policies

November 4th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Europe’s automotive market is slowly getting charged. The drivers of electrification are EU regulatory agencies, which are imposing ever-stricter limits on carbon and nitrogen oxide pollution. Meanwhile, the German auto industry is pulling in the other direction, using its immense political power to try to delay and water down emissions regulations. The various European countries are caught in the middle -- some are embracing the electric future, some are resisting it, and most are muddling through with no particular plan


EWF’s Blockchain For Electricity Is Building Its Foundation

October 20th, 2018 | by Michael Barnard

EWF appears to be positioning itself wisely and carefully in the emerging blockchain-for-energy space. It's not trying to boil the ocean, it's aligning itself with the regulated marketplace for electricity and it's partnering with serious organizations.


New Nissan LEAF Is Sold Every 10 Minutes In Europe

June 16th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

The new Nissan LEAF doesn't get a ton of attention or love. It was born in the shadow of the Tesla Model 3, and that's a big shadow. But it's a few leaps above the original LEAF, and that model is still the most common plug-in car on the planet as far as I've seen



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