It'd be nice if the whining about brexit could be kept to the brexit thread instead of being wormed into every bit of blatchat by a handful of people.
We have Left the EU. We need to decide whether to attract battery manufacturing to the UK or not. The main thrust of the report is the implications of doing it or not doing it, and it estimates the effects on employment of that decision.
Honest John's review of the Kia Soul EV: £34k and 280 miles.
"eHang electric aircraft gets approval in Norway and Spain"
- meaning you can access features from your phone on the move.
Democratic dissent is not disloyalty, it is a positive civic duty
And another analysis of lifetime emissions: Net emission reductions from electric cars and heat pumps in 59 world regions over time".
New-ish (to me anyway) vid on Harry's Garage regarding his thoughts on the post COVID car market and e-cars in general.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVFJUxeGFAE. Perhaps a more techno member can create a linky.
He has some interesting thoughts and data which indicate that the electric car will only reduce personal transport CO2 emissions by half and if you are in certain areas of high background emissions, it won't even achieve that.
Harry's Garage: "2020 new car market; why I think it's going to be very different from now on."