Moixa, UK Power Networks Services, UPS and Cross River Partnership
(CRP) are participating in an innovation project, to optimise smart EV
(electric vehicle) fleet charging. The project, EV Fleet-Centred Local
Energy Systems (EFLES), will be delivered as a part of Innovate UK.
Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) announced its intention
to provide 10 connected and sanitised shuttles that would be made
available free of cost to certain hospitals (details now under
confirmation) that are treating COVID-19 cases.
Allego, ChargePoint and EVBox Group, who together have more than 150,000
charging ports in their networks across the EU, announced the launch of
ChargeUp Europe during the REVOLUTION Digital online event and called
on other like-minded companies in the EV industry to join the cause.
With the new M200 mid drive, Bafang, one of the leading manufacturers of
e-bike drive systems, has created a strong offering for the booming
e-bike market, with considerable growth potential untapped in the
Hyundai Motor Company will establish a Hyundai Mobility Global
Innovation Centre in Singapore (HMGICs) to accelerate its innovation
efforts, with support from the Singapore Economic Development Board
The Jeep Renegade and Compass 4xe herald a new era for the American
brand and to mark this, Jeep had released videos shot as the new models
completed an epic 3,800km road test from the Mirafiori plant in Turin to
the Proving Ground in Arjeplog, Swedish Lapland.
Tropos Motors Europe, a subsidiary of the MOSOLF Group, has started the
production of electric commercial vehicles at its facility in Herne,
Germany, in compliance with all safety regulations for the health of the
Karma Automotive announced the introduction of the Karma E-Flex
Platform, a highly versatile chassis that will offer new electric
vehicle mobility solutions ranging from autonomously-driven utility
vans, to ‘every-day’ driver vehicles, to high-performance supercars.
MobiledgeX, Inc., which is making edge computing widely accessible and
easy to consume, and Savari, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based auto tech
company and a pioneer of Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications
technology for smart infrastructure, announced a strategic partnership
to jointly enable enhanced Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) use
cases for automotive OEMs, their fleet management, and
London-based car and courier service Addison Lee has partnered with
coach platform Zeelo to deliver a combined offering; providing safe
transport and reliable logistics to support hospitals and healthcare
workers through the Coronavirus outbreak.