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Back on Track by Andy Sevilla

Charging ahead

The push for automotive electrification in the Philippines is gaining momentum, with the government and private sector collaborating to accelerate the transition from fuel-guzzling internal combustion engines. On the government front, a recent announcement revealed plans to acquire a significant number of electric vehicles (EVs) for its fleet, accompanied by the installation of corresponding charging stations. The energy department has set a target of 2.45 million EVs and 66,500 electric...

Where are we really heading towards?

The automotive industry is facing a crucial crossroad, with questions arising about...

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In the world of sports and motoring, the age-old saying “like father,...

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