Bumpy Ride For Electric Cars In Europe

Sales of plug-in 'zero emission' vehicles have stalled in Europe
Electric cars are a key part of Europe's green transition plans but the road ahead remains littered with obstacles with 10 years to go before a crucial milestone.
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Tire Maker Honored For Tackling Electric Car Pollution

Electric cars are widely hailed as the future of transport, but even though they eliminate the issue of fuel emissions from tailpipes, the problem of particle pollution as a result of tire wear hasn't been resolved.
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IBC Signs Nearly $1 Billion Deal To Build Battery Manufacturing Facility In India

"Indian manufacturers are looking for collaboration opportunities with international players to access the technology and finance at low cost," Vibhuti Garg, director, South Asia at IEEFA, said, adding that India can "set up the big capacities not only to meet their internal demand but also export to other countries and accelerate the roadmap to energy transition."
The ship owners say the fire could have been sparked by electric cars

Dutch Race To Put Out Blaze On Car Ship

Authorities were racing Thursday to prevent a possible ecological disaster off the Dutch coast where a blaze raged aboard a car carrier ship for a second day.


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