Sustainable future in sight: New launches of electric vehicles in full swing

According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global electric vehicle market is expected to reach $567.29 billion by 2025. Following are some of the activities taking place across the world.

FORD INTRODUCES NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING NETWORK

Ford is offering its all-electric vehicle customers North America's largest electric vehicle public charging network, with more than 12,000 places to charge, including fast charging, and more than 35,000 charge plugs - more than any other automotive manufacturer.

Majority of Consumers Zeroing in on Exactly How They Want to Use an Electric Car, New Survey from MINI USA Finds

When consumers were asked to choose an acceptable amount of time it should take to charge an EV, the most common answer (28 percent) was ''I don't know" followed by "30 minutes" (25 percent).

Are Solar-Powered Cars the Future?

The idea of the solar car is relatively new on the market and holds very real promise. If successful, the solar car will offer the ability to drive anywhere without burning any environmentally damaging fuels.

AFC Energy Powers Up World's First Hydrogen Electric Vehicle Charger

AFC Energy is preparing for the commercialisation of fuel cell-based EV Charge solutions to meet the growing demand for environmentally friendly power in the EV market.

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