Chevron and Toyota to work together on hydrogen

April 22, 2021

America’s second-largest gasoline company, Chevron, and Toyota Motor North America have jointly announced that they will pursue an alliance This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Genesis unveils first production EV with Electrified G80

April 20, 2021

Korean manufacturer and luxury brand of the Hyundai Motor Company, Genesis, has unveiled its first-ever EV at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show. TThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

SNCF to test 15 regional trains on colza biodiesel

April 15, 2021

For three months, French rail operator SNCF will be running the fifteen diesel locomotives of its Normandy regional train service (TER) on BThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

ECA: ‘EU must increase charging infrastructure’

April 14, 2021

In a recent report, the European Court of Auditors (ECA) notes that the European Union is still far from its target of 1 million charging poThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Study: decrease in ride-hailing popularity

April 08, 2021

According to a report from French economist Jean-Charles Simon, commissioned by the National Union for Taxi Industries (UNIT), the impressivThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

France: €4 billion and a 29,9% stake to save Air France-KLM

April 07, 2021

After gathering seven billion euros in April of last year to help Air France, the French state opens its wallet once again. Four billion eurThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Cable cars, Wallonia’s new public transport?

April 06, 2021

Cable cars, a common sight on the ski slopes, were also regular tourist transport solutions and attractions in many Walloon cities during thThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Flanders’ Ring development plan causes outrage in Brussels

April 02, 2021

The Flemish Region’s arm for major public works, the Werkvennootschap, is ruffling some feathers in Brussels with its ‘Werken aan de Ring’ dThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

France: sale of ‘hybrids’ overtakes diesel

April 02, 2021

According to data analysis bureau AAA Data, registrations of new hybrid cars in France have increased during March. They’re up to 24% comparThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Stellantis to offer Peugeot, Citroën, and Opel fuel cell vans

April 01, 2021

By the end of the year, automotive group Stellantis will have three hydrogen-powered vans in its dealerships. The fuel cell Peugeot Expert, This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Brussels: brawl over plan to reduce lanes on Tervuren Avenue

March 31, 2021

As parts of the Flemish Region’s plan ‘Werken aan de ring’, there are the projects of the Brussels ring road’s widening and the deletion of This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Tesla now officially accepts Bitcoins as payment in US

March 25, 2021

CEO Elon Musk announced it on Twitter. The Californian electric carmaker will now accept Bitcoins as a form of payment to purchase a new TesThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Belgian Ydra launches limited Folon edition e-scooter

March 19, 2021

Belgian electric scooter manufacturer, Ydra, launches a limited edition of its Retro range dedicated to the internationally renowned BelgianThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Renault to recycle batteries with Veolia and Solvay

March 19, 2021

Belgian chemical company Solvay and French specialist in optimized resource management Veolia welcome French carmaker Renault to recycle endThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Total opens first ‘bio-CNG’ filling station in Wallonia

March 18, 2021

This Wednesday, petroleum giant Total has opened in Jambes its first ‘bio-CNG’ filling station in Wallonia. Actually, the fuel coming out ofThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Nine in ten commuters use their car in Walloon Brabant

March 17, 2021

A recent study from HR bureau Acerta notes that 87% of commuters in Walloon Brabant used their cars to work in 2020. This is much more than This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

EU updates tire labels

March 16, 2021

Europe has updated its tire labels for a clearer alternative to help clients opt for safer and more effective tires. The new tag uses five cThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Renault to sell La Fondrie and its Daimler shares

March 12, 2021

To get back into shape and plug its financial debt, French carmaker Renault is going through a major cost-cutting plan. On Thursday, the groThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

BMW and Daimler to sell Park Now to Swedish Easypark

March 10, 2021

This Tuesday, BMW and Daimler announced that their Park Now joint venture, specialized in digital parking solutions, is set to be acquired bThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Aston Martin: PHEVs and EVs made in UK

March 09, 2021

Canadian billionaire and Executive Chairman at Aston Martin Lagonda, Lawrence Stroll, has declared to the Financial Times that his company wThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Paris: 70 000 fewer parking spots by 2026

March 04, 2021

The City of Paris doubles down on its ambition to reduce the number of parking spaces in its streets by the end of the Mayor’s term in officThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

France and e-bikes: a blossoming love affair

March 03, 2021

In 2020, cycling grew by 27% in France, and, despite the pandemic, the market increased from € 2,3 billion to € 2,7 billion. This increaThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Formula E restarts World Championship for 2021

February 26, 2021

The 2021 Formula E season will start this Friday, February 26th, as the now FIA regulated World Championship will take to the streets of DirThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

D’Ieteren Immo: quarantine boxes for faulty EVs and hybrids

February 25, 2021

The real estate division of the D’Ieteren Group in Belgium, D’Ieteren Immo, has developed a quarantine box for faulty electric and hybrid caThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Faurecia survives 2020 and prepares for hydrogen future

February 23, 2021

After recording a 35,4% sales drop during the first quarter of 2020, French automotive equipment manufacturer Faurecia got back in shape durThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Liège Airport CEO sacked for serious misconduct

February 11, 2021

On Tuesday night during an extraordinary meeting, Liège Airport’s Board of Directors unanimously decided to dismiss CEO Luc Partoune for seThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

France: truck ‘ecotax’ back on the table

February 09, 2021

In a report on the future of mobility in the Île-de-France Region, seven MPs from different horizons and François Durovray, President of tThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Volvo: best-ever second half in 2020 and optimism for 2021

February 05, 2021

Swedish car manufacturer, Volvo Cars, reported its best-ever second half in 2020, with 151 billion crowns revenues (+4,9%) from nearly 400 0This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

De Brouckère metro station’s renovation completed

February 04, 2021

Started under the previous legislature, Brussels’ De Brouckère metro station’s renovation is now completed. Engineers opted for renewable mThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

TEC to test on-demand shuttle service in Louvain-la-Neuve

February 03, 2021

The Walloon public transport (TEC) will enter the first test phase of its Navajo project on February 8th in Louvain-la-Neuve. Users will be This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Brussels LEZ: Cdh puts finger on new standard’s delay

February 02, 2021

Brussels Cdh MP, Gladys Kazadi, calls out the regional government to do something about the lack of a defined timeline for the Low-Emission This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Daimler ends 2020 with €6,6 billion profit

January 29, 2021

Despite the pandemic, a strong fourth quarter helped German automotive group Daimler pull through 2020 and manage 6,6 billion euros of profiThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Arval: ‘number of EV company cars doubled in 2020’

January 28, 2021

Arval, the automotive leasing company, has seen the number of EV company cars in Belgium more than double over the last year. According to tThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Stellantis and Engie create joint venture for electric mobility

January 27, 2021

Through its FCA Italy subsidiary, Stellantis has signed a full set of agreements to create a joint venture with Engie EPS, the industrial plThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Assuralia creates database to tackle car insurance fraud

January 26, 2021

The Belgian Professional Association of Insurance Companies, Assuralia, will launch a newly developed database in February to combat automotThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Michel Vaillant’s cartoonist Jean Graton dies aged 97

January 22, 2021

The Father of the Michel Vaillant cartoon, Jean Graton, has passed away in Brussels this Thursday, aged 97. Graton, who was born in France iThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Lotus and Alpine opt for electric future together

January 21, 2021

During the presentation of its new strategic plan, Groupe Renault announced that Alpine would go fully electric and develop an EV sportscar This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Wallonia: €2 billion for roads and waterways over six years

January 20, 2021

Wallonia plans its economic recovery and it will go through road works and investments in waterways. After announcing an investment of €1,This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

D’Ieteren: new name, logo, and organizational structure

January 15, 2021

Belgian historical automotive importer D’Ieteren Auto changes its name to become ‘D’Ieteren’. Although maybe not clear to non-insiders at fiThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Total and Engie to build 40 MW electrolyzer for hydrogen

January 14, 2021

In a joint press release, French petroleum group Total and French energy provider Engie have announced the launch of the Masshylia project fThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Renault in 2020: CAFE objectives reached and 21,3% sales drop

January 13, 2021

On Tuesday, French Groupe Renault (Renault, Dacia, Lada, Renault Samsung Motors & Alpine) announced having sold 800 000 fewer cars in 20This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

€1,5 billion for Belgian RER/GEN train

January 12, 2021

In a recent interview reported by newspapers La Libre Belgique and La Dernière Heure – Les Sports, Mobility Minister, Georges Gilkinet (EThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

EVs booming: Chinese see homemade as better value

January 08, 2021

The market of electric cars has found a new youth in China during the past year, having grown by 8%, according to data from the Chinese AssoThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Michelin to cut 2 300 jobs in France

January 07, 2021

In a recent press release, French tire manufacturer Michelin announces a new restructuring plan including up to 2 300 lay-offs in France. JuThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.

Van den Brandt suggests kilometer tax for Brussels Ring

January 06, 2021

During the latest mobility commission at the Brussels Parliament, Brussels Mobility Minister, Elke Van den Brandt (Groen) suggested implemenThis content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe to a level that has access to archived content.