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Audi steps up investments in electricity

As part of its 2021-2025 roadmap, the premium brand of the Volkswagen group will devote a large part of its…

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Economy

Greenpeace report: major differences remain between green electricity suppliers

The companies also receive points based on the amount of electricity supplied, their general supply and the investments in renewable…

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Autos

how to recharge electricity without a license?

By launching the Friend, Citroën is offering a small electric vehicle that takes just what is needed for everyday life…

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Autos

Tesla offer in Great Britain: Cheaper electricity with electric cars, solar and storage

For some time it has been apparent that Tesla would also like to enter the business as an electricity supplier.…

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Economy

Why on the same street one family pays up to 220 euros more than another for the same amount of electricity

The reaction of more expensive municipalities is often the same: we have to lay more kilometers of cables because we…

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Autos

Germany fulfills the request of Tesla boss: CO2 tax for combustion engines, electricity relieved

Because of their higher acquisition costs, electric cars are subsidized by the state in many countries – but at the…

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Autos

Saving while charging Tesla at home: hidden night-time electricity tariffs for electric cars too

Those who charge at home are in most cases the cheapest way to drive their electric car and, above all,…

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Life Style

Living – hydrogen coup: when external electricity becomes superfluous

Antonio Guillem, Shutterstock Markus Hörmann did it. His house in Zusmarshausen, Bavaria, is no longer dependent on the public power…

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Tech

‘Air conditioners are a major threat to the electricity network’

This is evident from a report by the International Energy Agency. Air conditioners consume a lot of power, and if…

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Life Style

Living – hydrogen coup: when external electricity becomes superfluous

Antonio Guillem, Shutterstock Markus Hörmann did it. His house in Zusmarshausen, Bavaria, is no longer dependent on the public power…

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