Electric vehicles

Karsan to deliver e-JEST electric minibuses to Bulgaria

The public bus transport company of the European country has penned down an agreement with the commercial vehicles manufacturer Karsan of Turkey.

Bulgaria to soon draft a law to promote electric mobility: Environment Minister

Borislav Sandov announced that Bulgaria would soon draft a law to promote electric mobility.

Bulgaria sets target to install 10,000 EV charging points in next 5 years

Bulgarian Energy and Mining Forum NGO, in its statement released on Monday, stated, in the forthcoming five (5) years, Bulgaria is aiming to install at least 10,000 charging points for electric vehicles (EVs).

Sevic Systems to establish factory in Bulgaria for manufacturing of electric vehicles

Sofia, Bulgaria: Sevic Systems plans to build a new factory in the European nation. Sevic is a Germany based electric commercial vehicle manufacturer that...

Bulgaria govt to spend $580.1 million for buying trains

Sofia, Bulgaria: The government of Bulgaria plans to spend 1.0 billion levs ($580.1 million/511.3 million euro) to purchase additional trains under its Recovery and...

Bulgaria: Solarpro set up 114 charging stations for electric vehicle in 2021

According to the latest statics shared by the London-based solar energy group Solarpro, the energy firm has built around 114 charging stations for electric...

Ontario plans to increase electric car production, but no incentives on sales have been announced yet

Premier Doug Ford says additional workers are needed to meet Ontario's goal of producing 400,000 electric as well as hybrid vehicles by 2030. Ford...

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