After the government systematically dismantled any incentives for making it work, got off the ground last year in
Britain England. This is a spectacular missed opportunity.
. And why not – there are 40 million of them in China. It works, and it confirms my hunch that I should fit one myself.
I am happy to have been wrong about the feasibility of electric trucks, which I thought were a long way off. With , that’s at least eight companies have now announced electric truck units for the haulage industry.
Which has a better chance of success? Ed Cairns looks at some new research on the From Poverty to Power blog.
This week I’ve been reading the news at , and it’s been interesting to see how preoccupied Australia is with China. Next week I’ll be reading the from Dubai.