• Why did Tesla adopt LFP batteries ?

    Currently, there are two mainstream battery technologies in the market for all-electric vehicles, lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery and NMC/NCA lithium batteries. These two types of battery compete in many application fields/scenarios, and the toughest competition field is in electric vehicle industry, which consumes the biggest amount of lithium batteries

  • World City Roads Electrification by 2030

    The global auto industry is undergoing a sea change, with implications for the energy sector, as electrification is set to avoid the need for 5 million barrels of oil a day by 2030. Global sales of electric cars are set to surge to yet another record this year, expanding their

  • How much does it cost to charge at Tesla Supercharger Romania

    Tesla Supercharger stations in Romania and Hungary became paid as of March 9, 2023. The payment is made per kWh, depending on the amount of energy consumed, not per minute. Charging rates at Tesla Supercharger stations vary by location, both in Romania and Hungary. Currently, there are no differentiated prices

  • Dacia Spring Conquer Romanian EV Market Share in 2022

    Dacia Spring Conquer Romanian EV Market Share in 2022 The EV market share rises in 2022 with 98% from the previous year due to the mighty sales of Dacia Spring EV. The little, cheap, cute EV sold in 2022 in more than 6000 units in Romania. The number of EVs

  • EVs in the times of gas prices combustion

    Though gas prices have eased up in recent weeks, fueling the family car is still taking a financial toll on many households, especially those who rely on a large SUV or pickup truck, and/or a model that runs on costly premium-grade gas as their primary mode of transportation. This situation

  • Net-Zero Road Transport By 2050 Still Possible, As Electric Vehicles Set To Quintuple By 2025

    Last internal combustion vehicle must be sold by 2038 to achieve net-zero global fleet by 2050; urgent policy action key, especially on heavy commercial vehicles finds BNEF   London and New York, June 1, 2022 – The road transport sector can still reach net-zero emissions by 2050 through electrification, but urgent

  • Electric cars: Half of all chargers in EU concentrated in just two countries

    Brussels, 22 June 2022 – New data analysis from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) shows that half of all charging points for electric cars in the European Union are concentrated in only two countries – the Netherlands (90,000 chargers) and Germany (60,000). These two countries make up less than

  • AFIR needs balanced amendments to support EV charging rollout in Europe

    We, the undersigned associations, welcome the ambition of the European Parliament to strengthen the Commission’s proposal for the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR). Together, we represent the entire EV charging ecosystem – from grid operators to charging point operators and eMSPs to EV users. From the TRAN and ITRE draft

  • Position paper: amendment to the renewable energy directive (RED II)

    AVER as part of AVERE welcomes the European Commission’s initiative to amend the Renewable Energy Directive, which has the potential to greatly accelerate the decarbonization of the EU economy by promoting the use of renewable energy –  a key step towards achieving the Union’s greenhouse gas emission reduction target of

  • Joint industry position on the batteries regulation

    The industrial associations covering different aspects of the battery value chain, from raw materials supply to battery manufacturing, users of batteries, and recyclers express their concern about key elements considered in ongoing debates in the European Parliament and the Council on the Batteries Regulation proposal, and provide recommendations for achieving