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New algorithm to improve energy performance can be integrated into any vehicle type – whether a gas vehicle, an e-vehicle, a compact car, or a truck

New algorithm to improve energy performance can be integrated into any vehicle type – whether a gas vehicle, an e-vehicle, a compact car, or a truck

James Billington writes on the electric & hybrid vehicle technology international website about a new algorithm developed by FEV, a globally leading service provider which is cost efficient and flexible for many vehicle types.   New algorithm provides EVs with more accurate range and energy-saving routes Vehicle weight is a crucial factor when it comes … Continue reading

While Germany’s transition to clean energy has had successes one major failure is the nation’s decades-long unwillingness to cut emissions from cars and trucks

While Germany’s transition to clean energy has had successes one major failure is the nation’s decades-long unwillingness to cut emissions from cars and trucks

A world leader in cutting emissions from electricity production, the German government, in thrall to the auto industry, ‘overlooked’ pollution from cars and trucks. Dan Gearino explains in a detailed article on the InsideClimate News website.   Love is Blind: How Germany’s Long Romance With Cars Led to the Nation’s Biggest Clean Energy Failure The … Continue reading

The coronavirus is impacting on public transport but, optimistically, train journeys might one day be something people actually look forward to

The coronavirus is impacting on public transport but, optimistically, train journeys might one day be something people actually look forward to

Would you take a train journey right now? Any travel during this pandemic can be risky but people still are travelling and as the economies start to grow again, no doubt we will be taking more journeys. Marcus Mayers, Visiting Research Fellow and David Bamford Professor of Operations Management,  both from Manchester Metropolitan University, write … Continue reading