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Volvo to test autonomous electric buses in Singapore

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Volvo’s autonomous bus will be tested at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University As part of Singapore’s efforts to deploy autonomous vehicles (AVs) to enhance its public transport system, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has partnered up with the Volvo Group. This is Volvo’s first opportunity to develop and test autonomous …

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AVEVAI unveils supercapacitor-powered IONA e-LCVs

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AVEVAI uses supercapacitors to increase its EVs’ range and lifespan AVEVAI, a new B2B e-mobility and logistics solutions and technology provider based in Singapore, will launch its innovative range of IONA electric light commercial vehicles (e-LCVs) at the fifth Guangzhou International Electric Vehicles Show in China (16-25 November 2018). Its …

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ComfortDelGro rolls out its first fully electric taxis

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ComfortDelGro’s  two fully electric taxis with fast-charging capabilities have gone on trial in Singapore  ComfortDelGro Taxi is putting two fully-electric Hyundai Ioniq taxis on trial. Unlike existing electric taxis in Singapore that take a couple of hours to charge, this electric Ioniq taxi – the first of its kind here …

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NTU and BlueSG test fast-charging shuttle

Bluetram shuttle. Source: Blue Solutions.

BlueSG’s Bluetram concept launched in Singapore and will be tested on the NTU campus over two years BlueSG, the ride-sharing arm of France’s Bolloré Group, is adding to its electric transportation services in Singapore, with the launch of the country’s first flash-charging electric shuttle last week. Developed between Blue Solutions, …

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BlueSG launches EV car-sharing scheme in Singapore

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Bolloré Group unit BlueSG launches 80-strong EV rental fleet, mirroring services in London, Paris and LA Owning and driving a car in Singapore is notoriously expensive. With a mid-level sedan costing the owner in excess of US$100,000 once the nation’s Certificate of Entitlement (COE), taxes, and other registration fees are …

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