Trends in mobility including sharing, electric cars and autonomous vehicles are often discussed and often written about. These transitions also hold significance for car parts manufacturers and there is potential for these actors to take advantage according to a recently published report called On the Road to the Circular Car.
Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. Today, we’re reflecting on the rising numbers of jobs in the solar energy industry, an article that argues that in the future we will own nothing, but have access to everything and the potential for
Two days and 23 hours after stunning pictures showed a solar plane with a wingspan wider than a Boeing 747 jumbo jet flying past the statue of liberty, Solar Impulse 2 has landed in Seville becoming the first aircraft powered exclusively by renewables to traverse the Atlantic Ocean.
While digital technologies are transforming vehicles and how we interact with them, they are also reshaping city transport infrastructure. Smart infrastructure technologies, collectively known as intelligent transportation systems (ITS), are being embedded in traffic lights, car parks, toll-booths, roads and bridges, making them increasingly able to communicate with each other
What can traffic light may tell us about how our economy could work? It may seem a strange question to ask, but Dirk Helbing is the person who makes the connection.
Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. Today, we find out why technology companies like Google and Facebook are so interested in neural networks, look at the popularity of Tesla’s affordable electric car, the potential of micropower grids and much more…
Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. This week, peacocks demonstrate principles of biomimicry, Tesla announce their car for the masses and comedians poke fun at the scale of food waste in New York.
A new report, produced by analysts from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), has predicted that electric cars (EVs) will be cheaper to own that conventional cars by 2022 and that they will represent a little under 40% of all vehicle sales by 2040.