Whats happening at the MTA Institute?
2018 is off to a electric start and the MTA Institute is already preparing a number of HEV courses.
For introductory course dates CLICK HERE
For advanced course dates CLICK HERE
I am currently in the United Kingdom visiting family and am taking full advantage of the popularity of HEV vehicles while here. I have been busy researching the way the UK has incorporated charging stations in houses and the streets and have visited a HEV car yard to discuss the uptake of HEV vehicles with consumers. In addition to this, I have an interview planned with the Professor of Electric Engineering at Bath University and I’m very excited to bring my findings back to the MTA Institute upon my return.
Unit then there is a great deal happening around the world – check it out below.
Ford Motor Co will significantly increase its planned investments in electric vehicles to $11bn by 2022 and have 40 hybrid and fully electric vehicles in its model line-up, the company’s chairman, Bill Ford, said on Sunday at the Detroit auto show. Read More
Sales of electric and hybrid cars in Norway outpaced those running on fossil fuels last year, cementing the country’s position as a global leader in the push to restrict vehicle emissions.
Hyundai Motor India Pvt. Ltd, India’s second largest car maker, plans to launch its first electric car in India by 2019, a year earlier than arch rival Maruti Suzuki India Ltd plans to enter the segment. Read More
BP will add rapid charging points for electric cars at its UK petrol stations within the next two months, in the latest sign of an oil giant adapting to the dramatic growth of battery-powered cars. Read More