Hydrogenhype? 5

The popularity of hydrogen is rising steadily. Leaders in the hydrogen economy are South Korea, Japan and China. Europe is working hard on it and the US also has strategic plans for hydrogen. We barely see the development of this reflected in the market share of cars. Hyundai sold 4987 units of …

Super Batteries

Wait a few more years and you’ll see that electric cars will be the equivalent of petrol cars. That’s as far as …

how hypes delay innovations

We all try our hand at predicting things. But how good are those predictions? The Danish Nobel Prize winner for Physics in …

VW versus Kodak

It is a bit of a golden rule that large industrial companies do not like transitions. Transitions cost money, are in principle …

Changing oil in 2030?

Disruption, transition, self-driving cars, from ownership to sharing, etc. are the buzz words of the trend watcher. It is said that the …

Diesel cleaner than EV?

Yes, and for the most part, no. It all depends on how you look at it, but perhaps also on the commercial …

Juggling with CO2

The ‘strict’ environmental objectives for 2021 are rapidly approaching. In that year, the average tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions for an automobile concern’s entire …

Trenches

It was another interesting week for everyone involved in the development of mobility. Our national pride the Lightyear One was unveiled, our king opened a …

Battery Alliance

We are living in a very interesting time in which we are going to make serious breakthroughs in the various areas of …

Amsterdam 2030

Amsterdam is a leader when it comes to plans for emission-free traffic; in 2030 no gasoline or diesel cars can enter the …