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British Gas Free Electric Car Charging: British Gas offering a year of free electric car charging to all UK drivers in latest net zero move.
Foxconn Electric Car Shares Fall: Foxconn's electric car unit falls in market debut amid tough industry outlook.
Tesla electric car leads worlds best selling car in the world. Overcoming a series of Toyota's most popular car models, the Tesla Model Y electric car rose to the top of the world's best-selling car race in 2023, this is also the first time in history that an electric car model occupies the top spot in the world.
Vatican City Electric Car News: #Vatican city announces it will only use electric cars by 2030 “to make its fleet carbon-neutral,” & “ensure that its energy needs come exclusively from renewable energy sources.”This is due to new “sustainable mobility development program called ‘Ecological Conversion 2030.’”
E power Electric car charging solutions: Electric car charging solutions supplier ePower has been installing EV charging points nationwide at Irish Defence Forces bases.
BYD CEO of USA Time 100: Stella Li, Executive Vice President of BYD and CEO of BYD Americas, is named on TIME100 CLIMATE list as one of the 100 leaders driving real climate action in business.
GWM Ora 03 is SA's cheapest electric car: Great Wall Motors (GWM) has launched its Ora brand in Mzansi.
Volkswagen Upcoming Electric Car: News Volkswagen CEO says a $22K electric car is possible around 2025
GAC's Hycan A06 Plus electric sedan launched with 520 km range, priced at 19,300 USD
Australia CarSales names MG4 Website Car of the Year Motoring experts at the Carsales website have named their Car of the Year. The judges assessed a long list of contenders, eventually choosing the MG4, describing it as one of Australia's cheapest and best value electric cars with excellent dynamics.
Fisker EV Car Production: Fisker has revised its production forecast for 2023 downwards for the third time this year - and significantly so. The electric car manufacturer now only expects to produce 13,000 to 17,000 vehicles for the whole year.
Toyota EV Pickup Taxis in Thailand: Toyota is set to trial innovative electric vehicle (EV) pickup taxis in Thailand, expanding its electric car lineup. the company recognises the need for a more diversified range.