Electric Vehicle

Nasim Aghaei

Iran’s 1st EV Charging Station Opens in Tehran/ In Photos

Iran’s first electric vehicle charging station has been opened by Mapna Group at Tehran's iconic Milad Tower. This station includes a 43-kilovolt alternating current (AC) charger plus a fast charger working under the Chademo Protocol, a trade name of a quick charging method for electric vehicles which suits Japanese and Korean EVs such as KIA, Nissan, and Mitsubishi. The station also includes a 4.7-kv slow charger as well as a 5.5-kv charger, which can be used by electric motorcycles, Abbas Aliabadi the managing director of Mapna told the inauguration ceremony attended by Tehran Mayor Pirouz Hanachi.

Qazvin IAU Domestic Electric Car To Enter Electric Vehicle Market

The head of Qazvin Islamic Azad University, Dr. Morteza Mousakhani, has announce on obtaining vehicle number plates for 400 two-seater micro-electric vehicle 'Yooz' which have been manufactured by domestic knowledge-based firms.

Norway Aviation Aims to Turn Green

Norway, the largest oil and gas producer in Western Europe, is paradoxically a pioneer in the field of electric transport. The Nordic nation aims for all new vehicle registrations to be zero emission by 2025 and launched a first electric ferry in early 2015.

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