As EV Fever Rises, 90% Indian Car Owners Are Willing To Switch To Electric Vehicles: Survey

Given the right infrastructure, 90% car owners in India are willing to switch to electric vehicles (EVs), the most recent survey has revealed. According to an ET report, the survey took inputs from  2,200 respondents across major cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai, in which majority of Indian car owners highlighted the need for government’s immediate intervention to avail required infrastructure for electric vehicles. The survey has emphasised that the government should take more initiatives and provide more financial assistance in the form of subsidy and reduced road tax. The major…

43 Electric Cars on the Market in USA & Europe — & Why to Buy Them

USA & Europe

USA & Europe Not that long ago, only a few electric cars were on the market. Nowadays, there are a few dozen. We certainly have a few favorites here on CleanTechnica, but every plug-in car really has its own selling points. I’m sure I don’t have a comprehensive list of these in my head, and many of the points are definitely as subjective as opinions about music or movies, but below are my summarized thoughts on why I’d recommend various plug-in models. Audi A3 e-tron: This car offers the kind of luxury-class interior…

Chevrolet Bolt Sets Consumer Reports’ Electric-Vehicle Range Record

This affordable electric hatchback runs for 250 miles, beating all other models we’ve tested The Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle has set the mark for all-electric-vehicle range in Consumer Reports’ testing, reaching 250 miles on a single charge. The Bolt is estimated to reach 238 miles by the Environmental Protection Agency. In our testing, electric vehicles tend to fall short of their EPA-estimated range, including the: 2016 Tesla Model S 75D, 235 miles achieved vs. 259-mile EPA estimate. 2016 Tesla Model X 90D, 230 miles achieved vs. 257-mile EPA estimate. In our electric-vehicle range test, we put…

Driving the chevrolet Bolt Electric Car

On April 13, NASA made a startling declaration: Underneath its frigid surface, Saturn’s moon Enceladus might be home to a substance response that could give the correct conditions to life. “This is the nearest we’ve come, up until now, to recognizing a place with a portion of the fixings required for a tenable situation,” said the space organization’s Thomas Zurbuchen in an announcement. The meaning of “tenable” depends particularly on the sort of life you’re discussing (particularly when the conceivably life-supporting action is going on submerged). People wouldn’t be setting…