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Leaping into Pole Position: How Asia Pacific is shaking up the EV industry

The route towards a fully electric fleet need not be a gordian knot for nations across the APAC region.

Asia Pacific countries prove the need for tailored e-mobility solutions

Countries around the world are making strides in electric vehicle adoption, and the Asia Pacific region is no different with several countries already experiencing, or poised for, excellent growth.

Creating a roadmap for your fleet’s electrified future

The fastest-growing contributor to climate change is the transport sector, accounting for 23 percent of global energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to The Climate Group[1].
Photo credit: Sverre Hjørnevik

Sleek new hybrid-propulsion ferry keeps Norway’s fjords clean and quiet

Picture the Norwegian fjords: Beautiful tree-covered mountains. Snowcapped glacier peaks. Crystal-clear water. Noisy diesel engines spewing air pollution.

The #EVroadtrip. Turns out, you can travel through Europe in an electric car

What Solar Impulse has done in the air, we were doing on the ground. With a car. An electric one, of course.

Sustainability gains traction at InnoTrans

Can rail lead the way in sustainable transit? A look at the technology trends and themes that emerged from InnoTrans 2014.

Past, present and future: ABB’s story in Brazil

From the Sugar Loaf mountain cable car to the opening of a new factory in Sorocaba; a century of shared history points to bright future together

Is 2014 shaping up to be the year of e-mobility?

Stories and trends from last year, and some recent exciting news in China, suggests much more to come.

One certainty for electric cars is that there are few certainties for electric cars

Getting people to connect with electric vehicles isn’t so hard. Getting those vehicles connected to the rest of the world is the tricky part.
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