European Commission takes action to reinforce EU’s global leadership in clean vehicles

With the entering into force of the Paris Agreement, the international community has committed to move towards a modern low-carbon economy, while the automotive industry is undergoing profound transformation. The EU must seize this opportunity and become a global leader, with countries such as the United States and China moving ahead very quickly. To give one example: EU sales of new passenger cars relative to global sales have decreased from 34% before the financial crisis (2008/2009) to 20% today.To maintain market shares and to accelerate the transition towards low and zero emission vehicles, the Commission proposed today new targets for the EU fleet wide average CO2 emissions of new passenger cars and vans that will apply from 2025 and 2030 respectively.

Great new deal made in the Philippines!

Local start-up QEV Philippines Electro mobility Solutions and Consulting Group Inc. has teamed up with SM Prime Holdings Inc. to put up fast-charging stations for electric vehicles in SM malls across the country starting February 2018.

A big step forward!

DOE eyes program to convert diesel jeepneys to e-jeeps MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Energy (DOE) is planning to launch a