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EU implements new tariffs on e-bikes imported from China

EU implements new tariffs on e-bikes imported from China

In a move which underscores an effort by the European Union (EU) to clamp down on the dumping of Chinese electric bicycles (e-bikes) in Europe, new tariffs have been imposed on e-bikes imported fro

Nissan’s next-gen LEAF has become best-selling EV in Europe

Nissan’s next-gen LEAF has become best-selling EV in Europe

In a recent press release, Japanese automaker Nissan has announced that its next-generation LEAF has become the best-selling electric vehicle (EV) in Europe.

Swedish tech start-up Einride unveils all-electric and autonomous logging truck

Swedish tech start-up Einride unveils all-electric and autonomous logging truck

At the Goodwood Festival of Speed event in the UK this week, Swedish technology start-up Einride has unveiled an all-electric and autonomous logging truck called The T-Log.

Tesla: European EV owners now undertake longer journeys due to ‘Superchargers’

Tesla: European EV owners now undertake longer journeys due to ‘Superchargers’

New data released by electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors has revealed that the proliferation of ‘Superchargers’ across Europe and Ireland has given the drivers of electric vehicles (EVs), the confi

Paris pulls the plug on Autolib electric car-sharing system

Paris pulls the plug on Autolib electric car-sharing system

In a noteworthy development this week, the city of Paris and other local governments voted to cancel their contract with Bollore SA, a French conglomerate which operates the electric car-sharing sy

Volvo’s first model in all-electric version will be XC40, followed by XC90

Volvo’s first model in all-electric version will be XC40, followed by XC90

During an address at the new S60 sedan launch event recently held in Charleston, South Carolina, Swedish automaker Volvo’s design chief Thomas Ingenlath said that the automaker’s first two models i

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