Infrastructure

SEAT's Spanish factory is home to the largest automotive solar panel installation

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SEAT al Sol project makes the Martorell plant a production efficiency pioneer

SEAT has completed the largest solar panel installation in the motoring industry. The SEAT al Sol (SEAT Sun) project, the third and final phase of which was completed this November, has seen the Spanish company install 53,000 solar panels at its manufacturing plant, covering a 270,000 square metre area - equivalent to 40 football pitches. Read more »

Volkswagen and Ecotricity team up to provide the complete eco-electric driving package

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Volkswagen e-up! city car

Volkswagen Group in the UK and Ecotricity have signed a partnership deal to provide 100 per cent green energy to all customers purchasing an electric-powered vehicle from one of VW's brands.

Ecotricity became VW Group's preferred supplier for the partnership after discussions with several other energy companies in January earlier this year. The scheme means that any customer purchasing an electric vehicle from one of the Group’s brands will be offered, at the point of sale, the option to adopt Ecotricity’s 100 per cent green tariff for their home and vehicle energy supplies. Read more »

GE to purchase 2,000 Ford C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrids

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The C-MAX Energi - Ford is launching six new electrified vehicles – a big bet that fuel prices will continue rising

Ford Motor Company has announced a collaboration with GE in the USA, in which the company will purchase 2,000 Ford C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrids for its fleet – Ford’s largest-ever plug-in electrified vehicle fleet sale. Ford will also jointly market GE’s alternative fuel infrastructure solutions. Read more »

German-designed long-distance solution for electric vehicles wins European Satellite Navigation Competition 2012

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The ebuggy e-mobility project has won the Hessen region's European Satellite Navigation Competition 2012. The award is sponsored by the European Space Agency, the European GNSS Agency (GSA), the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), and Nokia, among others. Read more »

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