Are hydrogen cars already an alternative to internal combustion engines? Is the question really "hydrogen cars or electric cars?" Or are cars with fuel cells just another part of the future?
Bi-directional charging sounds attractive: the e-car as a mobile power storage unit! But is it really that simple? Umschalten.de explains it!
In our new blog post, we clarify how battery storage works, what the benefits are for e-car drivers, and whether the inclusion of battery storage has already been tested in practice.
Umschalten.de asked: What is a solid-state battery anyway? What are the differences to conventional car batteries and when can private consumers also expect solid-state batteries in their e-cars?
In order to increase the number of e-vehicles on the roads, it could be an attractive option to move the charging infrastructure including charging processes completely under the road.
Electromobility is still in the fast lane! Especially in the year 2020, the electromobility sector has once again seen enormous progress.
Electric cars are an essential part of the mobility transition. But how can battery recycling be optimised? An interview with the Fraunhofer Institute IKTS.
Solar energy is all around us, but so far virtually invisible on Germany's roads. But does enough solar energy actually arrive during the journey to charge the truck battery with solar, for example?
The future belongs to alternative drives - hardly anyone would dispute this statement. But which drive system will herald the change in mobility?
The motto of this year's International Motor Show in Frankfurt am Main (IAA 2019) was "Driving tomorrow". But could the exhibition really deliver on the promise?
The origin of the electricity and the production conditions of the battery are the two decisive factors in the question of the sustainability of electric vehicles.
Our trainee Lydia talked to Impact Hub Managing Director Julian von Gebhardi about the topic of "E-Mobility on Demand".
From now on, you can share a ride in an electric car in Dresden, even if you don't know the passenger personally. This is made possible by the app "CleverShuttle".
Researchers at the Jülich Institute for Energy and Climate Research (IEK-9) have developed a fast-charging solid-state battery. The special feature: It can be fully charged in less than an hour.