British society is in favour of electric cars, but there is still resistance, such as price, battery degradation and the lack of knowledge that internal combustion vehicles will no longer be sold in 2030.
A Senate committee approved two bills suggesting incentives for battery electric and ethanol fuel cell cars in Brazil. The analysis now moves to the Economic Affairs Committee.
Evectra underlines that the emission of three key regulations for the sector allowed them to take on new design projects for the recharging of electric vehicles.
Electric cars are becoming part of everyday life in cities, large and small, although some are still left out.
In a new cycle of “Personalities”, the Director of Barcelona’s Electric Mobility Strategy, Ángel López Rodríguez, comments on the city’s strategy to expand its electromobility frontiers.
The city council plans to subsidize the installation of approved charging points for electric vehicles. Find out here the details that have been issued so far.
More than 400 million dollars are available for different projects. In this context, businessmen met with BCIE, the Minister of Finance, the president of the BCN, and the Superintendent of Banks.
After the close of the input period, the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA), in contact with Portal Movilidad España, details how the work on the new regulation will continue, which they want to be processed as soon as possible.
During the last years different programmes and projects related to electric mobility have been implemented and will continue despite the change of authorities, which ones are they? Which segment are the new ones targeting?
With this new fleet of non-fossil fuel vehicles, the City Council will be able to count on a grant of 3,421,700 euros from the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, if it meets the deadlines.
The measure will allow the transfer of a total of 55,000 public transport users, which is “a tremendous step forward given the territorial inequality we have in our capital”, according to Paola Tapia, director of Metropolitan Public Transport.
Among the relevant data, the quality of the service can increase or decrease the remuneration of the companies, the concession will be for 15 years and can be extended for another five years.