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Khadija Jallouli’s dream is to make electric vehicles that come in a kit for people with reduced mobility

06.03.2020

Khadija Jallouli has relied on a wheelchair since the age of 10. In 2016, she founded HawKar, a company whose goal is to make self-assembly electrical vehicles for the disabled. During her youth, Khadija Jallouli traveled across her native Tunisia with her father, a hotel director. But day-to-day life has always been a challenge for…

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Ski resorts commit to green mobility

28.02.2020

Inadequate access roads, traffic jams, pollution and spoiled landscapes are prompting ski resorts to employ increasingly creative tactics to address the mobility challenge. Every year, from end-November to mid-April, the same scenario plays out at the foot of the ski hills: long lines of cars creep along in single file, waiting hours before reaching their…

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Guillaume Arthuis, hooked on bikes

24.01.2020

With the electric conversion kits he sells in his online store, A Bicyclette Paulette, Guillaume Arthuis wants electric bicycles to become the mobility solution of tomorrow. Especially in towns and cities, where the solution he sells is less expensive, less polluting and less stressful than any other mode of transportation. The name of Guillaume Arthuis’ company…

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