The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has changed the world as we know it and will have a number of lasting effects on society—but what has it already shown us?
Hundreds of attendees from across the continent gathered at REVOLUTION NYC to hear expert insights on the state of eMobility in North America.
The Green Deal will mean big things for European eMobility—but how can the EU make sure its ambitious list of objectives are achieved?
EVBox has recently become one of the first EV charging station manufacturers to have their hardware officially OCPP-certified—but why should you care?
Thanks to smart charging, EVs are capable of more than transport. Discover what the future holds and why it means big things for energy systems worldwide.
Find out which electric cars hitting the roads in 2020 can travel the furthest, charge the fastest, and move the quickest.
Electric motorcycles are fast, fun, and environmentally friendly—are you ready for eMobility on two-wheels?
The average office worker leaves a trail of hidden CO2 from simply sitting at the desk. Here's how EVBoxers stay sustainable in and outside the office.
A new regulation would make it mandatory for any new publicly installed EV charging station to come with a credit card chip reader. Here's why that's bad.
Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transport Technologies, provides an in-depth look at how the hyperloop is being built—and when it will be complete.
Mainstream electric mobility is still less than a decade old. In many ways, best practices for electric vehicles are still being defined and honed. But, in order to create a better EV driving experience, we first need to get some input from those driving EVs today .
We consulted a recent report from the European Environmental Agency (EEA) to learn how electric cars can maintain low-carbon life—once and for all.
Ron Garan, former NASA astronaut, goes over what an orbital perspective means to him and how can we implement this to improve our future.
This is EVBox's Journey to Sustainability program, where we talk about initiatives that will either reduce our carbon footprint or increase our social impact.
As more drivers switch to electric vehicles, companies must start evolving the role they play for the new era of eMobility. Here's what companies can do.
Committed to the climate goals of the Paris Agreement, Volkswagen Group is working toward a zero-emission fleet by 2050. Here's how they're doing it.
Having EV charging stations on your property is not only a great way to attract new guests, but can even become a revenue source! Learn how inside.
The European Union has been co-founding various infrastructure initiatives to accelerate the adoption of electric mobility across the continent. We discuss these initiatives here in brief, as well as what environmentally-concerned European citizens can do to help.
This is EVBox's Journey to Sustainability program, where we talk about initiatives that will either reduce our carbon footprint or increase our social impact.
The electric vehicle (EV) market in North America is starting to hit a fever pitch, with estimates of 11,000,000 EVs on the road by 2025. Considering there were less than 500K EVs on the roads in the US in 2016, and the fact that the adoption rate is increasing exponentially year after year, it’s clear that EVs are here for the long haul.
Check out five of the new technologies unveiled at CES that we think will make a huge impact on the world and the way we live. More than just a faster processor or a higher resolution monitor, this tech could have a real lasting impact.
Many of the technologies showcased at CES 2019 were on the future experience of users inside vehicles, autonomous driving, safety, and the evolution of new means of transport and electric mobility. Here are trends in mobility that will impact the lives of consumers and businesses around the world.
Electrify America received approval for its $200 million California Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) plan. The investment will run from mid-2019 until the end of 2021 and will make up 25% of the overall $800 million 10-year ZEV investment for California. Learn more here.
AVERE, the European Association for eMobility, hosted its annual eMobility Conference, which drew mobility, energy, and sustainability experts from across the globe to listen to speakers and network with industry professionals on how to collectively drive the future of electric mobility forward.
It's time to start gearing up for the new electric cars that will hit the roads in 2019. Even if you aren’t considering purchasing a new electric car next year, you can’t avoid being excited about the 15+ new EV models coming in 2019. Check them out here!
For Women in Tech Week, we caught up with a few of our female EVBoxers who are paving their own careers in cleantech—one of the most fast-paced industries in the world.
Businesses must include sustainability as a pillar of their strategy, and there are more role models than one thinks. Here are our CEO Kristof's findings from the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.
EVBox moved in to one of the most sustainable buildings in the world—EDGE Olympic. Little did we know; our move became one of the greatest love stories of modern time. When EVBox met EDGE...
It's Pride Week in Amsterdam! Here's your look into our city's unique role in diversity and zero-emissions, and why clear skies are specifically needed in a country where the rainbow reigns.
The FIA Formula E (E for Electric of course!) championship has plugged into the zeitgeist of these days of environmental consciousness and, more importantly, stirred multiple players into action!
From that H&M T-shirt to a Philips light bulb—companies are transforming their operations model to a circular one. Here's how circular economy works, and why it's so important.
Dear Future Citizen, every prior generation has given you the comforts you’re enjoying today, but they also screwed up a little by leaving traces that are damaging for our climate, health, and safety. Here's how we're going to fix this together.
It doesn’t have to take much at all to reduce your carbon footprint. Heck, you might even be doing it already. You may not be able to lose a guy in 10 days, but you sure can lose lots of emissions within this short amount of time. Here’s what you can do.
I went to the North Pole to learn more in depth about the climate, and through my experiences I learned quite a lot. It made me more conscious, more quiet, and more motivated. One thing is clear — if we are going to preserve locations like Spitsbergen for the future, we need to make some changes.
How does a city deal with its increasing air pollution problem? Read this blog post about the city Southampton and their innovative energy solution. In partnership with ENGIE they found a way to save 10, 000 tonnes of CO2 each year by pioneering the Southampton District Energy Scheme (SDES).
The future. The woman looks back at her home and smiles as she takes in the early morning sun, remembering that the sun brings her all the power she needs for her home and her vehicle, thanks to the solar cells built into the tiles of the roof.
In the last year, the world has reached a global climate agreement, renewable energy like solar and wind is now cheaper than fossil fuel-based electricity in many parts of the world.
What happens when you put hundreds of EV advocates in one place? The world’s biggest eMobility brainstorm. Over 500 participants tackled 4 pressing topics from the industry at rEVolution this year.
Two years ago, we wrote about the five biggest reasons why you need to swap your petrol or diesel car for an electric one. We still stand by them, but the industry has come a long way since then.
The growth of the electric car industry today is much like how WiFi emerged a few decades ago. In the beginning, only a handful of leaders had the courage to offer the technology. But soon, other telecom companies had to keep up and provide WiFi too.
Sure, the electric vehicle has become one of the biggest disrupters to the transportation industry, but while this massive change is on the horizon, there is still a lot that needs to change in order to accommodate for it.
For those who don’t know, CES is the largest consumer electronics expo in the world, and every year, all the coolest and most cutting-edge products are out on display. And this year was no exception.
New year, new beginnings — for lots of brand new electric cars, that is. In 2018, the number of electric vehicles on the roads is expected to increase from three to five million.
That’s how we broke the ice during EVS30 and eMove360 in Germany last month. The consensus was clear: people want a self-driving car with an actual person, who will be able to walk up the stairs, and bring the pizza right to their doorsteps.
With everything going on in America today, it can be hard to keep track of all the changes to public policy that’ll affect you personally. One change that may have flown under your radar — the federal rebate for electric vehicles (EV) is going away in 2018.
A lot of potential electric vehicle drivers are paralyzed by the fear of their car’s battery dying mid-trip, leaving them stranded in the middle of nowhere. The truth is, however, that scenario simply isn’t going to happen.
There are hundreds of great reasons to make the switch to EV. The cars are more fuel-efficient. They are cheaper to maintain. They are insanely fun to drive (seriously, when that instant torque kicks in, it’s like you’re going warp speed).
The truth is, “electric cars” has always been a heavily Googled search term, whether it be those electric toy cars for the kids, or the grownup version. The search term hit its peak in 2008, right when Tesla launched its first electric car – the Tesla Roadster.
The Tesla Model 3 is here at last. A lucky few took it for a spin, and it did not disappoint. Volvo also made headlines a few weeks ago, when they announced to exclusively make cars with only electric motors starting 2019.
You've only got a few months left to take advantage of the biggest incentives you can claim for your (first) electric car! We've listed the three biggest incentives per country here.
Ever since garages became a thing in Silicon Valley, an endless array of businesses have sprung up promising “to make the world a better place”. Now that President Trump has announced to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, it appears that we need businesses like these more than ever.
Predicting the future is a risky practice. The tumultuous turn of events and the fast-paced evolution of technology can make it quite tough for anyone to predict how an industry or human behaviour will change over time.
Hear this out. We've found some tangible proof that today's most popular electric cars will take you a very long way, even on a single charge! This ingenious range map inspired us to make our own.
Electric drivers, unite! We’ve just released a first-of-its-kind manifesto dedicated to the future of electric mobility. We gathered long-term visions from industry leaders, and the daily experiences of 850 electric drivers from Europe and North America...and we came to some compelling conclusions.
I've been covering the electric vehicle industry obsessively for several years now. I’ve published thousands of articles on this tech. Yet, a few old articles from years ago still stand out to me and repeatedly come to mind.
Timmerhuis’ charging stations are configured with EV-Box’ Smart Charging technology. Smart Charging defines a set of technical configurations that enable EV-Box charging stations to act on user behavior and the availability of power per location.
New year, new EVs! Last year, we saw a 30% increase of electric vehicle sales compared to 2015. Mercedes said it, Nissan said it. Now is the right time to drive electric.
Just before year’s end, the U.S. electric vehicle industry reached a new milestone: 1.1% of all new vehicles sold were electric in November 2016. We're closer to reaching the mass adoption of electric cars than you may think...
193 Parties agreed to the Paris Agreement at COP21 last year. This agreement strengthened the global response to the threat of climate change, promising to keep the global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius.
Insta-famous canals, dazzling dance scenes, and centuries worth of cultural heritage. Amsterdam is a city dear to many wanderers of the world. And we've had the honor to call it our home for the past two years.
In average, people drive less than 40 miles a day, so why does still 50% of the people want a range of more than 190 miles before they'll buy an EV?
Earlier this year, along with 16 other municipalities, Rotterdam put together a comprehensive tender for adding more charging stations to the streets: an extension of up to 4000 new charging points for electric cars in its entire concession area, of which 1800 in the City of Rotterdam.
The first half of 2016 saw 50% higher sales of full-electric and plug-in hybrid cars, than the same period in 2015. There's no stopping to this electric rEVolution! New models are entering the market in the next couple of months, and we can't wait to tell you all about.
The US election season is taking off. And we've probably witnessed President Obama’s final big push to promote electric vehicles. Back in 2008, Obama aimed for 1 million vehicles on the road by 2015, as well as a revolution of the local car manufacturing economy.
Let's face it - electric cars are the new cool. And we're not just talking about Tesla. Pretty much all car manufacturers have now given birth to their electric firstborn.
Today, is a special day. We've reached +40,000 charging points together with Top Chef Ron Blaauw, who has installed our 40,000th charging point at one of his establishments, Central Park, by Ron Blaauw in The Netherlands. Eat, sleep and charge.
Sometimes, even the government steps in. This is where sustainability becomes cheap and mandatory. More and more local governments now offer incentives for those who own electric cars and solar panels, making environment-friendly lifestyles more affordable for average households.
The wait is over. (The wait in front of Tesla stores is far from over though). After months of anticipation and anxious speculations, we've finally come to the official revealing of Tesla Model 3 last night. Will Model 3 surpass its predecessors in sales and adoption?
Electric cars have started to conquer the streets. Same goes for charging stations. In addition to residents and workplaces, EV drivers can now charge everywhere they go; shopping centers, theaters, car parks, and even at hotels and restaurants.
Nothing new under the horizon, electric cars have been around for more than 100 years. They've soared around the turn of the 20th Century, faced extinction from the pre- to post-war era, saw new light since the 70s, and made their entrance to the mainstream in the 21st Century.
The latest survey from YouthSpeak, which gathered over 42.000 responses from young professionals coming from over 100 countries, has indicated a shift in the main motives that move Millennials through life.
Distributech is the largest energy transmission and distribution conference in the US. Its massive conference floors showcase booths that can easily span 1.000 square feet. As I witnessed at this year's conference, things are changing fast in the power distribution arena.
From one-man keynotes to global mass adoption, electric cars have come a long way and have finally claimed the spotlights within an automotive industry that was about to get very dusty.
To get around with your electric car, you'll need to have access to charging stations. Truth is: the charging process of electric cars isn't some futuristic, disruptive technology - you simply plug in the cable, swipe your card, and your car's in charge.
The city of Amsterdam has awarded EV-Box with a contract to expand and operate its EV charging stations in collaboration with Nuon-Heijmans. A winning combination, which will help the municipality to rapidly increase the number of charging stations and reach its goal of 4.000 charging points by 2018
Year in, year out, tech and consumer companies gather early January in Las Vegas to showcase their latest tech gadgets and innovations at the Consumer Electric Show.
The Current is a journal platform to help you participate in race to zero emissions. We provide quality content in the form of easy-to-digest pieces on the topics of Sustainability, Cleantech, and the Future of Transportation.
The agreement in Paris concluded what was not achieved in Copenhagen in 2009. Representatives from 195 nations agreed to hold themselves responsible reducing CO2 emissions to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius above pre-Industrial revolution levels, and to strive for 1.5 degrees if attainable.
The new year is here, & it’s time to do a check on what new EVs should be arriving to different markets in the coming year. In no particular order, we’ve created a list of the most most anxiously anticipated new electric cars, SUVs, electric scooters, and crossovers that will be available in 2016.
More than 30,000 people have gathered in Paris for the COP21 climate negotiations. 140+ world-leaders, NGO’s, national governments and business leaders will try to form an agreement to alter/slow down climate change.
hrough operating charging stations at lodging facilities, not only will you attract EV driving customers and travel transport companies, but your guests will get to benefit from the most essential time of their stay - a good night's sleep.
The future of sustainable transport explained throughout one simple day.
Tesla launched its long-awaited Model X SUV last week in the San Francisco Bay Area. Tesla's SUV is one of the most eagerly anticipated vehicles in recent memory. The company said it already had more than 25,000 orders, with a backlog of 8 to 12 months.