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Electric cars will be cheaper than conventional vehicles by 2022

Electric cars will be cheaper to own than conventional cars by 2022, according to a new report. The plummeting cost of batteries is key in leading to the tipping point, which would kickstart a mass market for electric vehicles, Bloomberg

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Global light duty electric vehicle sales are expected to exceed 6 million in 2024

The market share of luxury plug-in electric vehicles is expected to grow from 23 percent in 2015 to 50 percent by the early 2020s, report ‘Electric Vehicle Market Forecasts’ finds. The new report from Navigant Research details the global market for

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Opec says electric cars will remain irrelevant through 2040

Increased electric-car adoption could dramatically decrease global demand for fossil fuels, but the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries – better known as Opec – isn’t too worried about that. Opec recently issued its annual World Oil Outlook report and,

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How big cities are finding innovative ways to nudge people to ditch cars

Home to more than half of the planet’s 7 billion people and a large portion of its 1.2bn cars, cities face a huge challenge as the world strives to meet the Paris climate goal of limiting global warming to 1.5C

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Technological solutions and behavioural change needed to decarbonise transport

A new report by the European Environment Agency (Eea) analyses key environmental trends with a view to identifying what has improved and what has hampered the past performance of the transport sector. The transport sector affects the environment in different

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Energy hasn’t been this hot since they invented fire

Nothing in the energy business can compete with oil for volatility, geopolitical drama, or sheer utility. Its low price per barrel, currently under $50, won’t last forever. But it may last through the year ahead.     What will be

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