Fastned, the Dutch fast-charging network, recently won a tender by the Swiss Federal Roads Office for 20 fast-charging stations that will be installed in...
It is debatable which countries in Europe are the most electric car friendly. Here is the list of eight proposed by EVANNEX.
Hyundai announced the world’s first fleet of fuel cell trucks in partnership with Swiss company H2 Energy.
VDL Bus & Coach already put on the roads more than 200 electric buses and recently delivered its first in Switzerland.
Compared to many neighbors, Switzerland is behind when it comes to electric vehicle adoption, likely due to no incentives or pro-EV measures.
The 2017 Geneva Motor Show marks the first time FAB design has debuted an all-electric vehicle, in the Tesla Model X Virium.
Major fast charging networks in Europe are teaming up together in order to make electric vehicle travel in the region more seamless.
ABB announced its first commercial order for its 15-second flash charging technology for electric buses. 12 TOSA buses will be delivered to Geneva.
Kyburz Switzerland is working on a special electric kart eRod, presented earlier in Geneva. We want one!
Student team from the Swiss universities ETH Zürich and Hochschule Luzern set new acceleration record (0-100 km/h in 1.513 seconds) in Formula Student.
Earlier this year, Switzerland removed the racing ban it applied after the 1955 Le Mans disaster. Removal of the ban has some cities now bidding for Formula E.
According to the EV Sales Blog (partially official data and partially estimations), in 2015 plug-in electric car sales in Switzerland amounted to some 6,400 (up...
Swatch Group AG CEO Nick Hayek is considering IPO of 20% of Belenos Clean Power division to commercialize new type of batteries.
nanoFlowcell plans to build QUANT City - a research and development center in Switzerland.
After eight months Tesla Model S is switzerland's 4th best-selling segment E premium car with chance to be third.
In 2017, 12 ultra-fast charging electric buses will eneter service in Geneva, Switzerland.
Jochen Rudat, Tesla’s boss in Switzerland, will take over the management of Tesla Germany and Austria to improve sales results.
Plug-In car sales in Switzerland set a record high in June, as well as a record 1.6% market share.