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Automotive giant Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is introducing an electric scooter that uses a portable battery charging system pilot tested in Romblon, which stores electricity generated from wind energy. Dubbed PCX Electric, the scooter can be installed with Honda’s Mobile Power Pack, which when used with the Mobile Power Pack, can harness renewable energy source […]
BANGKOK— Experts see bright prospects for electric vehicles (EV) in Thailand with all concerned agencies pursuing the government’s goal of getting 1.2 million units on the road by 2036. There are many reasons and data behind the confidence of success, a seminar was told. The rising number of registered EVs, the development of a locally […]
Last week, Build Your Dreams (BYD) announced the entry of its multi-layered electric transportation line-up in the Philippines. These include the BYD skyrail, electric and hybrid cars, electric buses and even electric forklifts. These make up the different layers of electrified transportation that BYD is making available to the Philippine Market. BYD’s announcement started with […]
The new generation of the V40 will be built on the same Compact Modular Architecture platform as the new XC40 crossover.
The Fisker EMotion will be officially unveiled on August 17, but we already know it will offer a class-leading range on a single full battery charge of more than 400 miles.
The Muntinlupa City government’s program of offering free rides on electronic jeepneys (e-jeeps) has been cited in an international transport summit. Last week, the e-Jeepney Ride for Free (e-JRF) won the Best Customer Experience award at the UITP (Union Internationale des Transports Publics) Awards held at Montreal, Canada. The Muntinlupa program bested other entries from […]
The decision of the government to scrap the $500-million electric tricycle (e-trike) program was deemed a big blow to the country’s electric vehicle (EV) industry, which continued to work on gaining ground in the domestic market and in the region. But the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (Evap) is optimistic that this is just […]
Starting next month, electric tricycles will be plying the streets of Binondo and Malate as part of the Manila City government’s campaign to “combat air pollution and improve the livelihood of tricycle drivers and ‘colorum’ pedicab drivers.” “No, we won’t be taking their source of income. In fact, we will be giving them a better […]
Uzushio Electric Co. of Japan clinched a $30-million contract to produce, deliver, and service the first batch of electric tricycles (e-trikes) under a joint project of the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to lessen the country’s dependence on import-based, pollution-causing fuels such as gasoline and diesel. In a phone interview, […]
Here’s news from the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines: Slowly but surely, the missing pieces of the electric vehicle industry puzzle are falling into place. One big piece just got plugged in recently: financing. This was revealed by Rommel T. Juan, president of the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines. He said that […]