Increasing delivery traffic is leaving its mark on city centers. Hopes are pinned on so-called cargo bikes. Now a British study confirms the added value of battery-electric two-wheeled urban logistics.
The Fraunhofer IEE's Ptx Atlas bundles the global potential for the production of green hydrogen and climate-neutral synthetic fuels for the first time.
The current demand for microchips, which far exceeds supply, is causing major problems for several industries. Right in the middle: the automotive industry.
The motorised individual mobility of the future will create a shift to a new refuelling mindset – on occasion instead of on demand.
Can the further development of fuel cell technology through "on-board energy generation" be an alternative to classic battery electrics?
How does the use of artificial intelligence-based technology impact the transportation transition?
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