How Does an Electric Car Work? | Tesla Model S
Author(s): Lesics Youtube Channel
Electric cars are making big waves in the automobile world. These noise-free, pollution-free and high-performance vehicles are expected to make their I.C. engine counterparts obsolete by 2025.
Innovation Summit Barcelona 2019: The Electric Mobility Future Trends & Innovations
Author(s): Schneider Electric
This session will share trends and opportunities in electro-mobility around the world by industry experts Inno2grid, VOLTA and DST. The future of mobility is electric, and businesses need to prepare.
Introducing the OLA AirPro | The World's First Fully Autonomous Electric Flying Car
This video shows the world’s first-ever fully autonomous, electric flying car. An urban commuter so advanced, the very first version of it good enough to be called ‘Pro’. This is the Ola AirPro.
The Urgent Need to Clean Up Transportation
Author(s): Stone L
RMI’s blog deep dives into how COP26 can pave the way for equitable mobility decarbonisation. The piece further highlights how world leaders should align target dates for an internal combustion engine (ICE) phase-out, build the infrastructure to make these targets achievable, ensure a just transition, and look beyond EVs.
Our Driving Habits Must be Part of the Climate Conversation
Author(s): Yudkin B, Kay D, Marsh J, Tomchek J
RMI’s blog highlights how driving habits need to become a part of the climate conversations. The authors further highlight the importance on shifting the scales of convenience toward modes of transportation other than driving. This can simultaneously meet the demands of the climate crisis and improve quality of life.
Opportunities for Cleaner, More Efficient Freight Transport in India
Author(s): Lakhina P, Shiledar S
In this blog, RMI authors highlight the opportunities for cleaner and more efficient freight transport in India. The recent Fast Tracking Freight report, coauthored by NITI Aayog and RMI, outlines opportunities for India to reduce the logistics costs to 10 percent of GDP, save 10 gigatons of CO2 emissions between 2020 and 2050, and reduce particulate matter and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by 28 percent and 35 percent respectively over the same time frame.
Ridehailing Drivers Will Go Electric—If We Build the Charging Stations
Author(s): Stone L
RMI’s blog highlights the need for building adequate charging infrastructure for ride-hailing drivers to adopt electric vehicles. The piece also proposes that electrifying ridesharing fleets, along with the right set of policies and programs can deliver enough charging demand to make it profitable to install this charging network.
How to Build EV Charging for All
Author(s): Schroeder J
In this blog, the author stresses on the need for building a robust EV charging infrastructure in the United States. In a recent report, EV Charging for All, RMI dives into the charging infrastructure needs for TNC (transportation network company) electrification, focusing on Los Angeles as a case study.
Life-cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Combustion Engine and Electric Passenger Cars and Two-wheelers in India
Author(s): Bieker G
A recent ICCT study included a life-cycle assessment (LCA) of the GHG emissions of passenger cars in India. It also covered cars in China, Europe, and the United States and considered the most relevant power train types—internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs), including hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs); plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs); battery electric vehicles (BEVs); and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
Are we on the Brink of an Electric Vehicle Boom? Only with More Action
Author(s): Dennis M
Across the globe, momentum is building to increase adoption of light-duty passenger electric vehicles (EVs) and make traditional vehicles — with an internal combustion engine — go the way of the horse and cart.