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Queensland to build one of the world's longest electric vehicle highways
The route, which will span 2,000km from Cairns to Coolangatta and west to Toowoomba, within six months will offer drivers 18 free recharging stations Queensland will have a 2,000km network of electric vehicle charging stations that make up one of the world’s longest electric vehicle highways within six months.The state government announced on Thursday it would build an 18-station network stretching along Queensland’s east coast from Cairns to Coolangatta and west to Toowoomba. Related: electric cars: everything you need to know Related: Is there enough electricity? National Grid reacts to fossil-fuel vehicle ban Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-07-27 06:48:35

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Queensland to build one of the world's longest electric vehicle highways

The route, which will span 2,000km from Cairns to Coolangatta and west to Toowoomba, within six months will offer drivers 18 free recharging stations Queensland will have a 2,000km network of electric vehicle charging stations that make up one of the world’s longest electric vehicle highways within six months.The state government announced on Thursday it would build an 18-station network stretching along Queensland’s east coast from Cairns to Coolangatta and west to Toowoomba. Related: electric cars: everything you need to know Related: Is there enough electricity? National Grid reacts to fossil-fuel vehicle ban Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-07-27 06:48:35

Is there enough electricity? National Grid reacts to fossil-fuel vehicle ban

Power network raises questions about how UK will meet demand when all new cars and vans sold are electricNational Grid has welcomed the plan to make electric or zero-emission cars and vans account for all new sales from 2040, but said the government and industry now faced big decisions on how the extra power was provided and demand for it was managed.The grid recently warned that, by 2030, electric cars could require 3.5-8GW of additional capacity, on top of the current peak demand of 60GW. Related: Britain to ban sale of all diesel and petrol cars and vans from 2040 Related: Carmakers say fossil-fuel vehicle ban will dent industry and stall sales Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-07-26 19:52:09

The Guardian view on air pollution proposals: too little, much too late | Editorial

If the UK government is serious about cutting noxious emissions, it needs to step on it. We should not have to wait 23 years to breathe easyOnly 20 years ago, it would have sounded like the stuff of fantasy: a clean, green image of the 21st century, with Britons gliding along in electrified, no doubt self-driving, cars. Even now, the pledge to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040 has a bold, vaguely futuristic ring to it. That is its political genius. In fact, it reflects the current trajectory of the motor industry – while masterfully distracting us from the government’s persistent failure in the rest of its plan to address the health crisis that must be tackled now: the air pollution that chokes our cities.The announcement may help to concentrate the minds of policymakers, consumers and car manufacturers on the need to press ahead with the switch and the huge changes that will be required. (Installing ranks of charging points is the least of it; how... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-07-26 19:42:10

Treasury will need to plug gap in tax as drivers switch to electric cars

About 65% of the pump cost of petrol and diesel goes to fund public spending. As this falls, alternative sources of revenue will be neededThe switch to electric cars poses a big financial problem for the government – because every time a driver switches from a petrol or diesel car to an electric vehicle, the government loses 57.95p per litre in fuel tax at every fill-up. In total, duties on petrol and diesel add up to almost £28bn a year for the exchequer. Worse for the chancellor of the day, petrol and diesel sales make a contribution to VAT. VAT is charged at 20% of the wholesale price plus the duty, which equates to 16.7% of the final price. That’s a form of double taxation and explains why more than 65% of the cost at the pumps goes to the exchequer. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-07-26 17:54:44

2017 Frankfurt Motor Show - preview

George Hucknall 26 Jul 2017 Is it that time of year already? The car industry is ramping up for one of the most important events in its calendar – the Frankfurt motor show, which kicks off a busy season of launches, events and motor shows. The Frankfurt motor show opens to press on September 12th, with public days starting from September 14th. Run on a yearly rotation with the Paris motor show, the 67th IAA International motor show promises to be an interesting one, with several manufacturers already announcing what they plan to exhibit on their show stands. As the first major motor show since Geneva in March, manufacturers have had five whole months to prepare their latest and greatest products to show off to the press and public. > Geneva motor show 2017 - news round-up This year, however, a number of important brands have declined to attend the show. The Fiat Chrysler Alliance (FCA, including Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep) is reporte... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2017-07-26 16:23:12

Carmakers say fossil-fuel vehicle ban will dent industry and stall sales

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders calls for more customer incentives to buy electric and criticises outright banBritain’s car industry has warned that the government’s proposed ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040 risks damaging the industry and stalling sales of new cars.Mike Hawes, chief of executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders trade body, said that carmakers were working with ministers on the switch to electric cars but called for the government to use carrots rather than sticks. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-07-26 16:15:14

Could you live with an electric car? The pros and cons of owning an EV today

According to the experts, the UK's EV revolution is just around the corner. But can an electric car fit into your life today? 2017-07-26 16:00 If the experts and the Government are to be believed, the UK is getting ready for an electric vehicle (EV) revolution. Improvements in the battery range of electric cars, lower list prices and the expansion of the charging network mean that 2017 is the best year yet to buy an EV. However, there are still plenty of obstacles to running a pure EV. So we've compiled this guide to see if an EV is the right choice for you. The history of the EV dates back to the creation of the motor car at the start of the 20th Century. However, the internal combustion engine soon took a lead in powering personal transport, and the EV became a niche choice for many decades, seen powering a few oddball city car concepts over the years, and of course the good old milk float. • Government plans petrol and diesel car sales ban by 2040 Fast for... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-07-26 15:47:33

UK plans petrol and diesel car sales ban from 2040

The car sales ban, which does not include hybrids, comes as part of a wider plan to tackle air pollution across the UK 2017-07-26 14:41 The UK will ban the sale of all petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040 onwards as part of a move to tackle air pollution. The sales ban, which does not include hybrids, follows an earlier air quality draft report published by the Department for Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) in May this year. The Environment Secretary Michael Gove will published the full air quality plan following months of consultation and legal battles. The car industry has been moving in the direction of increased electrification in cars for some time and an Auto Express poll of 5,700 motorists conducted before the announcement shows that 82% believe sales of plug-in (electric and plug-in hybrid) cars will have overtaken conventional combustion-engined cars by 2040 - 64% think it will happen by 2030.  • Best electric cars on sale 2017 The Governmen... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-07-26 08:50:19

MINI confirms all-electric MINI Hatch for 2019 production

BMW reveals that the next step of its electrification plan will be an all-electric MINI, which will be assembled in the UK 2017-07-25 15:25 An all-electric version of the MINI Hatch has been confirmed for production in 2019 by the BMW Group, with the car set to be assembled in Britain at the MINI plant in Oxford.  It’s one of the next big steps in the BMW Group’s broad electrification strategy, as the firm plans to electrify every model across its three car brands in some way, be it with full-electric or hybrid powertrains.  • Best electric cars on sale 2017 Additional BMW Group models will be added beyond 2020, and the group’s ‘next generation vehicle architecture’ will be designed in such a way to enable all cars using it to be offered with all-electric powertrains. Regarding the MINI EV, BMW says that it will be a battery-electric version of the brand’s core three-door hatchback model. The powertrain itself will be built in Germany, but final ass... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-07-25 15:26:28

Mercedes announces Formula E entry for 2019/20 season

Tom Wiltshire 25 Jul 2017 Mercedes has now become the third German manufacturer in so many weeks to announce that it will field a full, factory-backed works team in Formula E. It’s set to join the electric race series for the 2019/2020 season, a year after BMW’s 2018/19 entry and two years after Audi’s 2017/2018 debut. The Mercedes Formula E entry comes along with a further announcement – that Mercedes will quit DTM racing at the end of the 2018 season. The brand has been competing in DTM since 1988, and has enjoyed considerable success – securing seven titles since the series relaunched in 2000. In total, Mercedes has won 10 drivers’, 13 team and six manufacturer titles, with a total of 183 race wins. > BMW confirms manufacturer works Formula E team 'We look back with pride on the commitment of our teams, drivers, partners and the many people behind the scenes, who so often made the series a fascinating platform for our customers and for f... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2017-07-25 13:43:46


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