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Electric La Jamais Contente from 1899

This electric car was the first road vehicle to reach the speed of 100 km/h (62 mph). This land speed record was set on April 29, 1899 by Camille Jenatzy, a Belgian race car driver, near Paris, France.

Powered by two Electric Motors producing 50 kW each. There are 100 x 2V cells capable of carrying …

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The French Electric Stéla Type RCA from 1941

Electric Stéla Type RCA from 1941.

Electric Vehicles Stéla is a former French automobile manufacturer which produced passenger cars and utility vehicles from 1941 to 1948, mainly electric.

The company was founded in 1941 in Villeurbanne by Hubert Pascal. Automobiles were built under the “Stela” brand from 1941 to 1944, while commercial vehicles continued to be produced …

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New budget for 2017 to stimulate purchase of electric vehicles in Andorra has been presented today

Minister of Territorial Administration of Andorra Jordi Torres and Minister of the Environment and Agriculture Silvia Calvó presented a joint plan to stimulate purchase of electric vehicles in 2017. Budget for 2017 – 850,000 euros. The project was launched in 2016: 151 electric vehicle were bought. Today Andorra takes the 3d place in the world …

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Electric cars, registered in Andorra, will get a free passage through the tunnel of Envalira

Minister of public administration, transport and telecommunications of Jordi Alcobé and President of Globalvia (the concessionaire of the Envalira tunnel) Maria Luisa Castro signed an agreement that will provide electric cars, registered in Andorra, free passage through the tunnel Envalira.

The agreement comes into force immediately and will be valid until 31 December 2016. In …

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According to new requirements for engineering of building construction in Andorra 40% of hot water must be produced by renewable energy sources

According to new requirements for engineering of building construction in Andorra 40% of hot water must be produced by renewable energy sources, – it is told in Regulations of standards of architectural construction of “The White book of energy” of Andorra.

“The White Book of energy” of Andorra – a state program of development of power industry …

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