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e-car

n
(Automotive Engineering) a car powered by electricity
[C20: electric car]
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Learn from former BIR Commissioner Joel Tan-Torres,who will share with attendees very valuable information on complying with various BIR eServices such as, but not limited to, eReg, eFPS, eBIRForms, TSP, e-CAR and how these interconnects with other government agencies.
* Volkswagen commits to increasing the e-car share in the Chinese market to 50 percent of total deliveries by 2035 at the World New Energy Vehicle Congress (WNEVC)
Bosch is working with the energy supplier EnBW on a prototype that uses block-chain technology to improve the e-car recharging process.
The E-Car Club, which placed a fleet of eco-friendly vehicles at the disposal of residents living in the north of the borough, had been unveiled amid fanfare last December But the pilot has been abandoned following problems with the 18 Renault ZOEs, which were available for locals to hire, being damaged.
The Bolt Nano is an all-electric, two-passenger, four-wheeled e-car that commuters can use on days when they need to travel farther, with a passenger, or with extra luggage.
The CNG stations will be transformed into E-car charging stations,' he added.
The E-Car Club initiative will put 18 entirely electric Renault ZOEs at the disposal of local residents.
Despite an early and promising start in the e-car sector, with nine models on the market in 2011, the company has let years go by without meaningful model updates or a clear strategy.
The supervisory board also saw plans for VW's planned entry-level e-car, which reports suggest will cost just E20,000.
A plant in Zwickau was designated previously for e-car production.