1. Factors of EV Public Acceptance Discussed at Kajaani Meeting
  2. H2MA Newsletter n.3
  3. Expert event on the topic of establishing hydrogen value chains in Slovenia
  4. NEWSLETTER ZCI NO. 2
  5. NEW E-BUSES IN CITY MUNICIPALITY OF KRANJ
  6. Masterclass: The Business Case in sustainable mobility
  7. 2nd masterclass IN THE ZCI PROJECT, “ZERO CARBON INFRASTRUCTURE”, INTERREG EUROPE, IRELAND, CORK
  8. H2MA 2nd Newsletter
  9. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – THIRD PARTNERSHIP MEETING, THIS TIME IN KOBARID (SLO)
  10. IAA MOBILITY 2023
  11. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – a leaflet SUMMER TIMETABLE – CYCLING ALONG THE BOHINJ RAILWAY is published
  12. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – YOUTH AND MOBILITY IN THE ALPS
  13. RURAL MOBILITY SERVICES – Bischofshofen, Austria
  14. ZCI press release 1
  15. H2MA Newsletter n.1
  16. The Norwegians were impressed by the presented good practices of planning and implementing sustainable mobility in Slovenia
  17. No APP, no RFID! To pay for a charging of an e-vehicle in a public garage in Mechelen, Belgium, one only needs a payment card.
  18. Ceremonial takeover of electric buses in the City municipality of Kranj
  19. The Government of the Republic of Slovenia is already implementing the strategic partnership commitments of the GREMO Mission
  20. Have you already noticed the red markings of bicycle connections?
  21. Study Visit on Long-Distance Transportation in Augsburg, Germany
  22. Research of the ReMOBIL project indicates a solution for the Slovenian mobility challenges
  23. A kick-off meeting of the H2MA project
  24. ZCI kick-off meeting
  25. OmniE project
  26. »Battery electric« vs »hydrogen fuel cells«
  27. International event for the introduction of electric mobility
  28. The automotive industry in Europe and the market take-up of the battery electric vehicles
  29. First completely electric fast ferry in the world
  30. e-MOPOLI Action plan for mobility on alternative fuels in Slovenia
  31. Ministry of Infrastructure involved in the EU project IDACS – ID and data collection for sustainable fuels in Europe
  32. Micro-mobility: the next big thing?
  33. The end of the project e-MOTICON
  34. Joining forces for e-mobility
  35. University of Applied Science in Kempten focusing in on e-mobility since 2009
  36. Supporting the expansion of the infrastructure for electric mobility in Upper Carniola
  37. Working meeting for the preparation of the Regional Action Plan for the expansion of e-mobility infrastructure and e-mobility, the e-MOTICON project
  38. Transnational Strategy for the planning of the electric charging stations!
  39. ETREL INCH FIRST INTERACTIVE E-CHARGING STATION IN THE WORLD!
  40. What is the state of e-mobility and e-charging stations in the alpine area?
  41. E-mobility in province of Brescia, Italy
  42. News from Berchtesgadener, Germany
Wednesday, 17 July, 2024
  1. Factors of EV Public Acceptance Discussed at Kajaani Meeting
  2. H2MA Newsletter n.3
  3. Expert event on the topic of establishing hydrogen value chains in Slovenia
  4. NEWSLETTER ZCI NO. 2
  5. NEW E-BUSES IN CITY MUNICIPALITY OF KRANJ
  6. Masterclass: The Business Case in sustainable mobility
  7. 2nd masterclass IN THE ZCI PROJECT, “ZERO CARBON INFRASTRUCTURE”, INTERREG EUROPE, IRELAND, CORK
  8. H2MA 2nd Newsletter
  9. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – THIRD PARTNERSHIP MEETING, THIS TIME IN KOBARID (SLO)
  10. IAA MOBILITY 2023
  11. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – a leaflet SUMMER TIMETABLE – CYCLING ALONG THE BOHINJ RAILWAY is published
  12. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – YOUTH AND MOBILITY IN THE ALPS
  13. RURAL MOBILITY SERVICES – Bischofshofen, Austria
  14. ZCI press release 1
  15. H2MA Newsletter n.1
  16. The Norwegians were impressed by the presented good practices of planning and implementing sustainable mobility in Slovenia
  17. No APP, no RFID! To pay for a charging of an e-vehicle in a public garage in Mechelen, Belgium, one only needs a payment card.
  18. Ceremonial takeover of electric buses in the City municipality of Kranj
  19. The Government of the Republic of Slovenia is already implementing the strategic partnership commitments of the GREMO Mission
  20. Have you already noticed the red markings of bicycle connections?
  21. Study Visit on Long-Distance Transportation in Augsburg, Germany
  22. Research of the ReMOBIL project indicates a solution for the Slovenian mobility challenges
  23. A kick-off meeting of the H2MA project
  24. ZCI kick-off meeting
  25. OmniE project
  26. »Battery electric« vs »hydrogen fuel cells«
  27. International event for the introduction of electric mobility
  28. The automotive industry in Europe and the market take-up of the battery electric vehicles
  29. First completely electric fast ferry in the world
  30. e-MOPOLI Action plan for mobility on alternative fuels in Slovenia
  31. Ministry of Infrastructure involved in the EU project IDACS – ID and data collection for sustainable fuels in Europe
  32. Micro-mobility: the next big thing?
  33. The end of the project e-MOTICON
  34. Joining forces for e-mobility
  35. University of Applied Science in Kempten focusing in on e-mobility since 2009
  36. Supporting the expansion of the infrastructure for electric mobility in Upper Carniola
  37. Working meeting for the preparation of the Regional Action Plan for the expansion of e-mobility infrastructure and e-mobility, the e-MOTICON project
  38. Transnational Strategy for the planning of the electric charging stations!
  39. ETREL INCH FIRST INTERACTIVE E-CHARGING STATION IN THE WORLD!
  40. What is the state of e-mobility and e-charging stations in the alpine area?
  41. E-mobility in province of Brescia, Italy
  42. News from Berchtesgadener, Germany

In some underdeveloped countries, a variant of a carriage, a “car towed by a horse, is still the first choice of transport means, insofar as one does not want to walk. More than 5500 years ago, the oxen barrow were used.

Source: Wikipedia

The battery-powered locomotive, designed by Charles Page, existed
in 1851.

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1881 Trouvé Tricikel, Paris – first electric road vehicle

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1882 Ayrton and Perry introduced their version of an electric tricycle.

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Elektromote by Werner was the first trolleybus in the world, manufactured by Siemens in Berlin 1882.

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1887 Volk Electric introduced a new version of the electric tricycle – Dog-Cart

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Flocken’s electric wagon tested the road in 1888. The photograph shows the reconstruction of this vehicle by Franz Hagg.

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In 1899 an electric car was built by Porche as “Semper Vivus” – always alive and was presented at the world exhibition in Paris in 1900. The maximum speed of this car was 50km / h and it reached 50km by one charging.

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At the end of the 19th century, races with electric cars took place.

On April 29, 1899, Camille Jenatzy drove a record 105.882 km/h in the electric vehicle La Jamais Contente.

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Lohner-Porsche built the four-wheel electric car of the year 1900.

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EMW 340 was built by Eisenacher Motorenwerke. It was built during the years 1949 and 1955.

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DKW an electric truck was built between 1949 and 1962, in Ingolstadt, with a power of 23.5 kW (32hp) and a maximum speed of 70 to 80 km / h.

Source: Wikipedia

In addition to electric cars, ideas about charging stations for electric commercial vehicles for urban transport with a maximum speed of 25 to 30 km / h and the ability to carry a distance of 60 to 80 km appeared. The charging station would allow you to quickly replace the empty battery with a fully charged one.

Source: Lastauto Omnibus Classic 1 from Mai 1940

Ford Nucleon was a concept introduced in 1958 by Ford Motor Company. The car should propel on nuclear fuel. A smaller nuclear reactor supposed to be suspended between the rear wheels. One charge would be sufficient for 5000 miles (approx. 8000km), and the empty one would be replaced at the petrol station. Ford built 1 model in a ratio of 1: 2.66. The vehicle has never been manufactured. It is an example of many concepts from the 1950s, at the beginning of the atomic age.

Source: Wikipedia

The photo shows the Tama Model E4S-47 in one of the manufactured versions. The production began from 1947 in series in Japan. The power was 3.3 kW, the highest speed was 35 km/h and the transport capacity of the vehicle with one charge – the range 65 km. For speed control, the driver was equipped with a manual twist gearbox.

Source: Wikipedia

Enfield 8000, manufactured by Enfield-Neorion, 1973, was equipped with a 6 kW electric motor and lead-acid battery. Altogether 120 cars were build. The maximum speed was 77 km/h and the range was approximately 64 km.

Source: Wikipedia

From 2000 on:

Tesla Roadster 2006 with 248 bhp (251 PS/185 kW) at 8000 rpm and 286 Nm (211 lb · ft / 29.2 kgm) reaches a top speed of 209 km/h, with 46.0 g/km of carbon dioxide emissions.

Source: Auto Motor Sport

Framo Truck is the first series of electric trucks with a range of 250km, capacity from 57 to 318kWh and drive from 80 to 420 kW (peak power 480 kW).

Source: Auto Motor Sport

Autonomous personal rapid transit (PRT – Presonal Rapid Transit) for 4 persons with opportunity charging, has a top speed of 50km/h and a range of 30km. The PRT 2getthere system in Masdar was the first PRT system, which was opened to the public on November 28, 2010. The system is now in the fifth year of operation and transports more than 30,000 passengers per month and achieves an excellent system availability of 99.9%. Location: Masdar city, Abu Dhabi

Source: 2getthere

In 2010, the Dutch professor designed SUPERBUS (BEV), with a top speed of 250km/h and a power of 588kW, with a length of 15m and a height of 1.65m, it has the ability to transport 23 people 200km with a full battery. A prototype was built, which successfully passed the field test. On 15 May 2012, it received a registration plate and, consequently, a valid license for the transport of passengers.

Source: TU Delft

MAN Metropolis (BEV + range extender), with a top speed of 89km/h, a weight of 26t, a 105kWh battery, a power of 286kW, a torque of 1650 Nm, has 2 speeds. Last drive (REX): 3.0l TDI with 95kW generator. Range: daily change (8h + 2x 22m³). The truck is intended to collect garbage for about 150km. It was used near Antwerp, now in Munich.

Source: MAN / Benteler

Currently available electric cars best introduced by brand, body style, price, availability, top speed, acceleration time, range, efficiency, speed of charging.

Expected:

Autonomous personal fast transit for 24 people, the upgrade of the PRT system, with autonomous management is planned in 2025. The maximum speed will remain 50km/h, as well as the range 50km. Project location is Asia, Middle East, Netherlands (2018)

Source: 2getthere / ALTRAN

Future:

Audi Aicon, the study has four electric motors totaling 260 kW and 550 Nm of maximum torque, the one-charging range is 800 km at 130 km/h and 80% of the battery is charged in less than 30 minutes.

Source: Auto Motor Sport / VW

Special thanks go to Klaus Feldmann, e-Mobility Manager for Altran Engineering B.V. for an inspirational presentation. Acknowledgment also goes to the Interreg Europe Program.

Source: Airbus