Noord-Brabant, Superchargers, Georgia, Nissan, ITM.

EV charge points wanted: Dutch province Noord-Brabant started a public tender as it looks to install 2,000 smart charging points by next year. By 2020, a total of 12,000 charge stops shall stand in that southern part of the Netherlands – enough to charge 100,000 electric cars. (in Dutch)

Superchargers at gas stations? Tesla has talked to Sheetz about the installation of Superchargers at their gas stations and convenience stores, Washington Post reports. Hundreds of Sheetz outlets can be found in six states. The EV maker confirmed it is talking to pit stops and other chains in general.

Bus replacement: Georgia is cleaning up its act as it grants the town of Athens 6m dollars for the replacement of ten diesel buses with hybrid ones. Another 10m dollars have been awarded to the University of Georgia as it seeks to acquire 19 electric buses to succeed older models.

Shuttling creatives: Nissan provided 15 electric shuttles for the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. 360 delegates have used the Leafs and e-NV200 vans, which could be ordered via the Facebook messenger service.

H2 deal: ITM says it sold an integrated hydrogen refueling station (HRS) with on-site generation to Hydrogène de France (HDF) in a deal worth 1.5m euros. The station is for deployment in France.,


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