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Fleet Electrification: A Direct Route to Accelerated Electric Adoption

Fleet Electrification: A Direct Route to Accelerated Electric Adoption

The Overlooked EV Opportunity The typical private Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) driven 10,000 miles per year consumes 3,400 kWh or 31% of the average annual residential household electric use. That same BEV releases 40% - 70% less CO2 to the atmo ...

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Norwegian electric vehicles revolution drives grid investments and managed EV charging can save millions

Norwegian electric vehicles revolution drives grid investments and managed EV charging can save millions

In March 2019, 76% of all new cars sold in Norway's capital city, Oslo, were electric vehicles (EVs) and the world largest plug-in hybrid ferry with capacity of 2,000 passengers will start operation between Norway and Sweden this summer. Policies ...

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8 Reasons Electric Trucks will be better at off-roading

8 Reasons Electric Trucks will be better at off-roading

In 2013, I published a blog about electric vehicles from the motorhead perspective. Four years later, nearly every supercar brand uses a hybrid or full-electric as its halo car, electric cars have broken 0-60 marks that were never dreamed of by p ...

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2017 in Review: Our Top 10 Energy in Transition Blogs

2017 in Review: Our Top 10 Energy in Transition Blogs

As we find ourselves at the beginning of 2018, we'd like to take a moment to look back at our most popular blog posts from the past year, which included hot topics around energy storage, wind, energy efficiency, cybersecurity and electric vehicle ...

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EV uptake will be fast and vast

EV uptake will be fast and vast

By Bent-Erik Bakken, Onur ?zg?n, Anne Louise Koefoed and Mark Irvine After more than a century of fine-tuning, the internal combustion engine (ICE) is an engineering wonder. Yet, suddenly, its future doesn't look so turbo-charged. &nbs ...

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Factors that prove that energy storage is on the rise – is Europe different from the US?

Factors that prove that energy storage is on the rise – is Europe different from the US?

Paul Gardner, Global Segment Leader, Energy Storage, DNV GL My colleague, Davion Hill on our US energy storage team, recently wrote a blog on 10 factors that prove energy storage is on the rise, based on his recent experience in workshops and pane ...

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Inductive charging: a boost for electric mobility?

Inductive charging: a boost for electric mobility?

Inductive charging is one of the latest developments to spark global interest in the world of electric mobility. The concept sounds as simple as it is attractive - simply drive your vehicle over a charging plate, and it starts charging itself. Th ...

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Finding the fit: market-scale EVs / PEVs and the distribution grid

It is no longer a matter of if, but when electric vehicles (EVs) will be fully adopted by the market. In the US, identifying opportunities and implications for EV-to-grid integration is best evaluated from a system-wide perspective. In the US, ISOs ...

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