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November 2022

Electric cars, charging costs 160% higher compared to 12 months ago

The increase in the cost of energy is having a negative impact on the running costs of electric cars. In October 2021, it cost 50 to 70% less to charge the battery of a zero-emission car compared to filling up the tank of a petrol or diesel powered car. Today, it can even cost more.  
Simonluca Pini - Sole 24 Ore Contributing Editor

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September 2022

Brutal heat wave in California stops EVs

Temperatures soaring up to 46.7°C are placing the U.S. power grid under intense pressure. Consumers are urged to reduce energy consumption between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m., and this includes charging electric vehicles
Enrica Lazzarini

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March 2021

Electric cars, battery development and new habits

Successfully overcoming the challenges of sustainable mobility lies in the ability to increase battery life, contain costs and ensure energy independence
Simonluca Pini - Contributor Editor at Il Sole 24 Ore

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January 2019

Autonomous vehicles, drive-assist levels explained

Adas systems, a regular feature now on all newly registered cars, and the development of artificial intelligence are shaping future mobility scenarios in which the human factor will lose its central role.
Simonluca Pini - Contributor Editor de Il Sole 24 Ore
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July/August 2018

Electric Cars, success follows correct battery disposal and recycling

The average performance of electric motors is growing significantly thanks also to ultra-fast chargers and long-lasting batteries. However, "sustainability" depends largely on the effective reuse of battery metals. Here is an assessment of the situation.
Dino Collazzo
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May 2018

Electric cars, all the figures of a growing market

Over three million EVs are currently circulating around the world, of which 1.3 million sold in 2017 alone, boosting the transition towards a more sustainable mobility. China, Europe and the US are the largest markets. By 2030 eight out of every ten new vehicles will be battery-powered. However, a few loose ends need to be tied up first.
Gennaro Speranza - Econometrica
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#Biofuels #e-mobility
April 2018

Synthetic fuels, fighting emissions pending the electric car revolution

Gas, diesel and petrol produced in laboratories using renewable energy, hydrogen and Co2. For Giuseppe Nigliaccio, an engineer working at the Bologna ENEA Centre, the perfect example are fuels using "power-to-gas" technology to produce synthetic methane
Dino Collazzo
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#New Technologies #e-mobility #Interviews
April 2018

Autonomous Cars, new liability rules in the event of accidents

Passenger, manufacturer or software designer: who is to blame in the event of a claim when a “self-driving” vehicle is involved? We spoke about it with Laura Lecchi, lawyer and author on the subject of IT Law at the School of Engineering of the University of Bologna
Dino Collazzo
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