• #electRO – EV World Record in Romania

    A German, a French electric car, open-minded sponsors and a beautiful country to explore – that’s how a world record, with an electric car, came to be written in Romania. Christian Gernemann traveled 26,800 km in 112 days through Romania, to show us our country through his eyes, to tell us that it is possible to travel Romania in…

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  • 2018 World EV Outlook

    source : https://www.iea.org Highlights Electric mobility is expanding at a rapid pace. In 2018, the global electric car fleet exceeded 5.1 million, up 2 million from the previous year and almost doubling the number of new electric car sales. The People’s Republic of China remains the world’s largest electric car market, followed by Europe…

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  • IRENA “Outlook: Smart Charging for EVs”

    New innovative outlook in the field of innovation of the renewable energy agency (IRENA) explores the potential and impact of the intelligent warranty of electric vehicles on the energy transition Electric vehicles can change the game world level in the successful energy transfer and, in particular, from renewable sources. At the time of transportation of the transport sector, electric vehicles…

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  • AVER @ EVS32, Lyon

    50 years anniversary The International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition (EVS) series, organized by the World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA), is recognized as the premier event for academic, government and industry professionals involved in electric drive technologies. The EVS series began in 1969 as an academic forum for global networking and the exchange of technical information. As electric drive technologies progressed…

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  • 1k LimesEV KickScooters in Bucuresti

    The US Lime startup, valued at over $ 10 billion, signs with the Bucuresti City Hall and enters Romania with a fleet of 1,000 trotters The American LimeS startup, a service that allows renting trout and electric bicycles, estimated last summer to over $ 10 billion, will enter the Romanian market through a partnership with the Bucharest City Hall,…

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  • Incentives for EV infrastructure

    AFM : Program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in transport by promoting infrastructure for energy-efficient road transport vehicles: recharging stations for electric and electric hybrid plug-in vehicles. This EV charging stations incentives program address the administrative-territorial units, including the administrative-territorial subdivision of the municipality, which has a population of more than 50,000 inhabitants. On each town hall there…

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  • EU long-term climate strategy – Sibiu 2019

    9 May Sibiu, Romania EU leaders meet shortly in Sibiu, Romania, to discuss the Future of Europe. As well as the Brexit elephant in the room, discussions will unfold on the highest priority topics which are likely to dominate both the upcoming European elections and the new Commission mandate later in 2019: defence, economic and monetary policy, the social dimension…

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  • 2019 Auctions for Electric and Hibrid Buses

    City of Brasov and Timisoara wants to buy 56 electric articulated buses by EU Funding. Until this date Sholmo Motors BYD, Bozankaya Otomotiv and Solaris Bus are the bidders. The three companies bid in the tender for the “Purchase of 56 electric buses with a length of about 18m intended for the urban public transport of passengers, operable in the countryside”…

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  • 20 EV Buses in Zalau

    Zalău City Hall received only one tender at the auction for the purchase of 20 electric buses, respectively from Anadolu Automobil Rom, an importer of the electric bus manufactured by the Czechs from Sor. Turda Town Hall bought in November last year Czech buses, being the first city in Romania to be equipped with clean buses from European funds.   The…

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  • Other 11 electric buses in Cluj-Napoca

    New 11 electric buses into circulation in Cluj-Napoca These buses were acquired through European funds and are the first of the 30 to be completed by the end of July. Thus, 41 electric buses will be in full circulation until mid-summer. One third of the public transport of Cluj-Napoca is already electric. The already 22 electric buses in circulation contribute significantly to…

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