Articles about Electric Vehicle Association Of The Philippines

Is there a future for EVs in the country?
It may not seem like it, but the electric vehicle industry actually has a presence here in the Philippines. Proof of this is the Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit, which will be holding its fifth annual event this coming April 14 and 15.
Offering electric tricycles and jeeps
A new foreign-based player in the electric vehicle industry has arrived in the Philippines. TECO, a Taiwanese electric motor manufacturer has teamed up with local motorcycle distributor Ropali to bring us the Roteco ETrike and the TECO Electric Jeepney.The Roteco
Are you ready for e-jeepneys and e-trikes?
Whether you drive your own car or ride a public-transport vehicle, we're sure there's not a day that passes when you don't secretly wish that old jeepneys and buses be permanently wiped off the face of the earth.
Let's keep our fingers crossed
Jeepneys. Love them or hate them, it looks like they're here to stay--at least for the foreseeable future. Problem is, a good lot of them are old, smoke-belching and hazardous rust buckets with undisciplined drivers who couldn't care
The benefits can no longer be ignored
The clamor to pass laws supporting hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) is becoming a tired tune. But there's no avoiding progress; the so-called alternative-fuel vehicles are here to stay. The government is only delaying the inevitable.In fact, a
Starring the eJeepney
The 3rd Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit was held last weekend inside the Meralco Compound, and those who attended heard the dude you see above--Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines president Rommel Juan--boldly proclaim that there would be one million electric
Boldly declared by EV group's president
At the just-concluded 3rd Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit, Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines president Rommel Juan boldly declared that there would be a total of one million electric vehicles in the country by the year 2020. That figure factors in
Catch the Mitsubishi Outlander's electric version
Typhoon Yolanda forced the Electric Vehicle Alliance to postpone the Electric Vehicle Summit originally scheduled for November. Now, the organization is set to hold the summit's third installment on February 27-28, at the Multipurpose Hall of Meralco in Pasig City.
Decision made just today
Yes, we know, we just reminded you earlier today about this event via Mitsubishi Motors Philippines\' announcement that it was to display the Outlander PHEV at the show. But now we just got a message from the Electric Vehicle Association of the
Check out the technology underneath it
Electric vehicles are getting a lot of press these days, and rightly so. With the issue of global warming becoming more and more significant with each super typhoon and earthquake that occur, carmakers are racing to develop cars that won\'t be
Working to make EVs more mainstream
It really looks like the Philippines is slowly but surely getting ready to play host to electric vehicles. A group called the Electric Vehicle Alliance (EVA) is set to stage the third \"Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit\" on November 28-29 at the
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