Kandi Technologies Group Inc. (NASDAQ: KNDI) Introduces Tiny Electric Car to US Market

Electric cars represent the next frontier of vehicular travel. They run on clean energy, have zero emissions, and are generally easy on the environment. Most developed countries plan to phase out internal combustion-engined vehicles in exchange for electric vehicles over the next decade, but one major hurdle they face is price. In June 2019, the … Continue reading “Kandi Technologies Group Inc. (NASDAQ: KNDI) Introduces Tiny Electric Car to US Market”

Uber Gives $6,350 Discounts to London Drivers Wishing to Buy EVs

Rideshare giant Uber has announced that it will provide drivers with up to $6,350 in discounts to obtain battery electric vehicles (BEVs) as it races to meet its previously set zero-emission targets. In 2017, the leading technology company pledged that all its London drivers would be using electric vehicles by next year. However, with electric-vehicle … Continue reading “Uber Gives $6,350 Discounts to London Drivers Wishing to Buy EVs”

China Accuses US at WTO of ‘Discriminatory’ Electric Vehicle Subsidies

China is accusing the United States of providing “discriminatory” electric vehicle subsidies and has begun proceedings at the World Trade Organization. The electric vehicle subsidies in question are part of the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and are meant to boost the growth of a domestic electric-vehicle-battery supply chain while limiting America’s reliance on China. U.S. … Continue reading “China Accuses US at WTO of ‘Discriminatory’ Electric Vehicle Subsidies”

EVs, Solar Panels Combine to Boost Sentiment for Sustainability in US Households

Analysis by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has revealed that electric vehicle owners are more likely to install solar panels at home. On the other hand, the analysis discovered that having solar panels at home does not increase a homeowner’s chances of buying an electric car. NREL polled 869 households … Continue reading “EVs, Solar Panels Combine to Boost Sentiment for Sustainability in US Households”

Despite Protectionist Policies in US and EU, Chinese EV Makers Still Dominate Sales

China’s electric-vehicle industry is growing at a rapid rate despite efforts by European Union and American policymakers to curb Chinese EV sales. Automakers from China still dominate the global EV industry in terms of sales, and some have even surpassed electric-vehicle giant Tesla in the Chinese market. Massive subsidies from China’s government have also allowed … Continue reading “Despite Protectionist Policies in US and EU, Chinese EV Makers Still Dominate Sales”

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