KYMCO’s Ionex swappable EV batteries to share power between electric motorcycles and streetlights

KYMCO Chairman Allan Ko recently shared new plans from the company’s electric vehicle developments, including the debut of the KYMCO Ionex Smart Streetlights system. Once employed, the system would see connected streetlights and traffic lights in smart cities tied into the brand’s swappable EV battery stations. more… The post KYMCO’s Ionex swappable EV batteries to share power between electric motorcycles and streetlights appeared first on Electrek.

Can I Extend My EV Charging Cable?

The EV charging infrastructure in the UK is developing at a rapid pace. There are over 42,000 charge point connectors for electric vehicles and hybrid cars in the country — more than petrol stations. However, many EVs come with a 7-metre or 10-metre charging cable, which could be short when charging electric cars outside public charging stations. Here’s where extending your charging cable comes into the picture. Here’s all you need to know about extending your EV charging cable. Can You Extend an Electric Vehicle Charging Cable? Yes, you can extend your EV cable. Most EV chargers are around 10...

EV’s supercharge the market and wallets

Going all-electric is as easy on your wallet as it is on your lifestyle. Drivers of EV electric vehicles can enjoy potential government incentives, no gas usage, zero vehicle emissions and lower scheduled maintenance costs. Electric Vehicles function by plugging into a charge point and taking electricity from the grid. They store the electricity in rechargeable batteries that power an electric motor, which turns the wheels. Electric cars accelerate faster than vehicles with traditional fuel engines – so they feel lighter to drive. Electric vehicles (EVs) run on electricity only. They are propelled by one or more electric motors powered...

Is India ready for an EV revolution?

The Indian government recently indicated an ambitious target of 100% transition to electric vehicles(EV) by the end of 2030 – an impossible target that has since been revised. The plan now calls for 30% of private vehicles, 70% of commercial vehicles, 40% of buses and 80% of two and three-wheelers to go electric by 2030. While manufacturers are reporting record sales for electric two and three-wheelers, all other categories are way behind any realistic target. India sold about 17.4 million two-wheelers and just 2.7 million cars in 2019-20, according to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers. The figures seem to...

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