Oct 29, 2014 - 09:37 am

Georgia, Sainsbury’s, Cheltenham & Gloucester, BYD.

Georgia Power enters EV business: The utility will invest 12 million dollars in charging infrastructure in the U.S. state. Some 50 new public charging stations will be installed in the second quarter of 2015. Individuals and businesses wanting to erect charging points can apply for between 250 to 500 dollars in funding.

Hydrogen from the supermarket: British Sainsbury’s will set up a H2 fuelling station at its Hendon store in north west London before the end of the year. It will be operated by Air Products and is part of the London Hydrogen Network Expansion programme. Moreover, the UK now has its first EV driving mayor. George Pattison, Lord Mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, now is the proud owner of a Nissan Leaf.
thegreencarwebsite.co.uk (Sainsbury’s), businessgreen.com (mayor)

UK gets new fast-chargers: Cheltenham and Gloucester will work together to install a total of ten fast-chargers in the region before Christmas. A local Mitsubishi dealer welcomes the news and hopes the development of infrastructure will lead to an increase in sales of the Outlander PHEV.

BYD presents charging solutions: The Chinese company that is mostly known for its electric buses recently presented all of its plug-in vehicles charging solutions. You can see cars and buses charging one over the other and a “Charging Tower” for hundreds of cars.
insideevs.com (with video)


Found on electrive.com
29.10.2014 09:40