AEP Ohio's Plan To Enhance Reliability And Build A Smarter Grid Approved By PUCO

AEP Ohio, an American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) company, has received approval of its Electric Security Plan (ESP) from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). The ESP allows AEP Ohio to expand access to electric vehicle (EV) chargi.. more

New Dynamic Charging Technology for EVs Being Tested in Sweden

Electric vehicle (EV) owners in Sweden rejoice as the country’s Transport Administration has just opened a stretch of road integrated with a charging rail that can supply power to the EVs traveling on it. This “electric road,&rdqu.. more

Scientists' Dream: Charging EVs on the Freeway while on the Move

Electric vehicles (EV) might be able to be charged wirelessly while being driven on highways one day. Without excessive batteries, EVs can be driven for hundreds of miles or even thousands of miles. The idea still sounds like science fiction,.. more

RAC Rolls Out New Electric Bus

In line with the global e-car current, RAC Electric Vehicles, a subsidiary of listed firm Mobiletron, has rolled out a new model of electric bus, meant to tap the domestic mass-transportation market. RAC Electric Vehicles is a leading man.. more

Renault Builds E-Car Smart Grid on Portugal's Offshore Island

Amid the global rush for electric cars, French carmaker Renault has decided to make one step further, extending its e-car program to smart grid, as power source for not only electric cars but also households. The company has decided to build, as .. more

KYMCO: Its Electric Motorcycle Battery Is Big Enough for Daily Usage

On March 22, KYMCO launched electric motorcycle Ionex in Tokyo. It provided a new option in the Taiwanese electric motorcycle market. KYMOC's electric motorcycle Ionex received a mix of positive and negative comments. On Ma.. more

Gogoro Presents “Energy Grid 2.0” and Introduces GoCharger Mobile as First Step to Expanding Its E-Scooter Business in Eastern Taiwan

Taiwan-based electric scooter (e-scooter) maker Gogoro Inc. unveiled its plan “Energy Grid 2.0” at a media event on 27 March. The company announced that it is going to upgrade its battery swapping stations to include a 48-hour power.. more