Thanks to incredible progress in EV, battery, micromobility, and hydrogen technology, we are making huge strides toward a carbon-free transportation future. Imagine a world where your short trips are fun ebike jaunts along nature paths and most of your longer trips are made with convenient public transit or community-owned EVs. (Or, dare I say, zippy battery-powered hydrofoil boats? 😁)Continued
A glimpse into what getting around town might look like in the decades ahead.
The solar panels built into the vehicle can provide an extra 40 miles (64 km) a day, leading the company to claim some users may not ever have to plug it in.
It seems like a good example of the kind of incremental technologies we're going to need to get us all the way to net zero.
EVs aren't "the answer” – but they do have a critical role to play in our transition to a sustainable world.
Using recycled instead of mined materials could lead to a 25% drop in CO2 emissions in the battery production process.
India has electrified 83% of its railway and is on track to reach 100% years ahead of schedule. The United States and Canada, on the other hand... 😬
Spoiler: way too much.