Eco-Capital – Oslo, Norway
Oslo: Net Zero Future | Oslo has fleets of clean mass public transit - trams, electric buses and ferries - powered by electricity from a municipal grid fed by renewable energy (RE). Oslo not only sources electricity for public mass transit from renewable energy when possible, but uses RE sources to provide electricity for every other sector of the city’s economy as well...
10 Countries Promoting the use of Electric Vehicles
Global EV BOOM | Why Is There A Need For EVs Globally? In its World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Agency identifies pathways for clean energy technological...
Future Generations of Batteries
What are future generations of batteries going to be? Next generation li-ion batteries | Next-gen lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries can charge quickly, are rechargeable, have a higher...
The Role of E-mobility Trends in Decarbonizing Transit
Decarbonizing the Transportation Sector with E-mobility | It's no secret that transportation is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, transportation accounted for 27% of all U.S. emissions in 2020. The good news is that there are a number of trends that are helping to decarbonize the transportation sector. One of the most promising is the rise of electric vehicles and other e-mobility options, like electric bikes and scooters. [Please click the thumbnail image to read more...]
EVs and the Future of Urban Transit
EV Infrastructure | What will be done to develop electric vehicle infrastructure? With cars that will only run on electrical energy, there must be significantly additional EV charging stations developed in world cities. EV charging stations must be developed to be ubiquitous in some cities, and plentiful in most vehicle-heavy cities worldwide. When ICE phase-outs begin to be implemented in world cities, there will be a much greater need to have gas stations updated and/or replaced...
10 Sustainable Technologies Improving Air Quality in Cities
GREEN Tech for Healthy Air | Article by Jane Marsh | Cities are the heart of every global region. They are headquarters for the world’s biggest companies and provide universities that produce the most innovative minds. It’s no wonder why so many people across the world want to live in a city. These are some of the technologies improving air quality in cities to make them better places to live and work..