Journalism

Carrie Hampel contributes regularly to electrive.com, and international news site for electric mobility and has written features for ExBerliner Magazine. Topics: sustainable transport and the future of transport

Selected articles for electrive.com 

Hong Kong's Evergrande invests 2 billion in electric vehicle production:

by Carrie Hampel

electrive.com - The real estate giant Evergrande Group has ambitious plans in the electric car business and has quickly been acquiring the necessary know-how – from the battery cell to vehicle production.

 

Gogoro expands range with ultra light scooter:

by Carrie Hampel

electrive.com - With its smart battery swapping systems the Taiwanese electric scooter company is expanding exponentionally where other international vehicle makers have left a gap: affordable, clean, highly mobile city vehicles.

 

Hyundai to produce electric vehicles in Indonesia:

by Carrie Hampelelectrive.com - In early 2018, the Indonesian government revealed a road map to enable the country’s transition to electric transport, to increase its manufacturing capacity, and to make use of the local nickel and cobalt production capacities, essential elements in EV batteries.

 

Large muscular man helps small, defiant girl:

by Carrie Hampel

electrive.com - The former Californian governor has made an electric vehicle available so that the climate activist can travel purely electrically through the USA and Canada.

 

Silent and (legally) speedy:

by Carrie Hampel

electrive.com - An electric water taxi was stopped by the police during a test drive on the Seine in Paris under suspicion of speeding. But the SeaBubbles prototype hydrofoil had already been granted a special permit for the “flying” water taxis for speeds of up to 30 km/h.

 


See all Carrie's electrive.com articles here


ExBerliner magazine

Feminise the Streets!

by Carrie Hampel

ExBerliner - By neglecting women, e-bike companies are missing out on a seriously lucrative market. Women are actually more inclined than men to bike or use public transit, and they tend to use their bikes for a wide variety of tasks.


See all Carrie's ExBerliner articles here