Amsterdam: Highest density of EV charging stations

Amsterdam: Highest density of EV charging stations

The Netherlands had over 2,500 EVSE (charging stations) installed by the end of 2011. Amsterdam has the highest density of EVSE in the world, with more than 600 stations installed per 780,000 inhabitants.

 
Vienna charging points, for Task 18, EV Ecosystems

EV Ecosystems, an IA-HEV project

IA-HEV Task 18 has held workshops on creating EV cities of the future in Newcastle, London, Istanbul, Barcelona, and Los Angeles. Will your city be next?

 
IA-HEV Task 19  considers EV sustainability

IA-HEV Task 19 considers EV sustainability

The Task focus is on the life cycle assessment (LCA) of electric vehicles (EVs). The objective is to learn how electric drivetrain vehicles should be designed for optimal recyclability, minimal resource consumption, and proper recycling or disposal.

 
Experts cooperate on quick charging technology

Experts cooperate on quick charging technology

IA-HEV Task 20, Quick Charging Technology, brings experts to discuss business cases, communication, batteries, and interoperability. Join in the dialogue about making EVs work for both drivers and industry.

 
Accelerated ageing testing for lithium-ion batteries

Accelerated ageing testing for lithium-ion batteries

IA-HEV Task 21 addresses lithium-ion batteries performance over time. Accelerated ageing testing seeks to simulate the process of driving an EV within a much shorter time to understand its impact upon the battery.

 
 
 
 
 

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The Road Ahead newsletter
October 2013 

  IA-HEV releases its annual report over 2012, Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: The Electric Drive Gains Traction. Download the latest information on hybrid and electric vehicles in 17 countries today!

IA-HEV releases its latest Outlook for 2013, Success factors for hybrid and electric vehicle deployment. Includes
a chart of the various incentives offered to support EV adoption across all IA-HEV member countries.

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IA-HEV is honored to welcome the Republic of Korea as its newest member.

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IA-HEV welcomes countries and organizations that will both benefit from and contribute to the sharing of information and resources on hybrid and electric vehicles.

As more models of plug-in electric vehicles reach the commercial marketplace, the role of the private sector within IA-HEV is growing. Several Tasks (projects on special topics) include industry experts along with IA-HEV’s traditional participation from governmental and research organizations.