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Fortum develops game-changing lithium recovery method

Fortum develops game-changing lithium recovery method

26.11.2020

Finnish energy company Fortum says it has developed a method to recycle lithium for rechargeable batteries that could help to usher in a smoother and more sustainable transition to electric vehicles (EV).

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Latvia records fastest rise in electric car sales among EU member states

Latvia records fastest rise in electric car sales among EU member states

23.11.2020

During the first three quarters of this year, the number of electric vehicles registered in Latvia increased by 328 percent against the respective period a year ago, which is the fastest increase among European Union (EU) member states, according to information released by RIA.com Marketplace.

New car registration in Latvia down 25.8% in 10 months

New car registration in Latvia down 25.8% in 10 months

12.11.2020

With 13,298 new cars registered in Latvia in January-October 2020, new car registration fell 25.8% from the same period a year ago, the Latvian Auto Association informed LETA.


Study: Estonians wary of electric cars due to range limitations

Study: Estonians wary of electric cars due to range limitations

26.10.2020

Even though 22% of Estonian people are weighing buying an electric car in the next five years, 71% cited said vehicles' range limitations and recharging times as the main obstacles to getting one, while 66% regarded an inadequate recharging network the main hindrance, it appears from a survey carried out by Citadele Bank and pollster Norstat in the three Baltic countries writes LETA/BNS.

Lithuania’s new car market showing signs of recovery

Lithuania’s new car market showing signs of recovery

02.10.2020

The number of new passenger cars registered in Lithuania in September 2020 rose by 16.7% year-on-year, to 4,900 cars, from almost 4,200 cars in the same period last year, Autotyrimai said on Thursday, citing data from the state car registration company Regitra, cites LETA/BNS.


28.09.2020

1 in 5 residents of Estonia consider buying electric car in next 5 years

A total of 22% of Estonian residents are giving consideration to  buying an electric car in the next five years, while 36% are considering doing it in the next 10 years, it appears from a survey carried out by Citadele Bank and pollster Norstat in the three Baltic countries, informs LETA/BNS.

23.09.2020

Baltic Survey: Lithuanians Support the Use of Electric Cars More than Latvians and Estonians

Within the next few years, the number of electric cars on Latvian roads will increase significantly. Within five years, almost a quarter of people, or 23%, plan on purchasing an electric vehicle, while the leader in electric car use in the Baltics could be Lithuania, where there is the greatest public support, with 92% of the public rating the use of electric cars favourably, according to a survey of residents of the Baltics by Citadele Bank and Norstat.

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