Dec 9, 2016 - 09:05 am

Chargemaster, Paris, UPS, Greensboro.

Big deal: Chargemaster has received a 2.3m pound order to set up chargers in Milton Keynes. In addition to 50 public chargers at sporting compounds, hotels, restaurants, etc., the infrastructure provider will set up two petrol station like “EV charging hubs” near a motorway junction and a shopping centre.
chargemasterplc.com

Paris clears the air: As reported, the French capital issued partial driving bans on Tuesday, extending it for three consecutive days. During that time, public transport and electric carsharing can be used for free. Other cities like Lyon are considering following suit. From July 1st, 2017, Paris will ban all diesel cars and vans first registered before 2001 and all diesel-powered trucks with a registration date prior to 2006.
reuters.com

Parcel delivery: UPS is testing a new way to deliver parcels emission free, using a prototype electric-assist tricycle. The Truck Trike can haul as much as 600 pounds. The first testing ground is Portland, Oregon, where the company is already using conventional bikes to make deliveries.
greencarcongress.com, treehugger.com

Electrifying public transport: Over the next ten years, Greensboro, North Carolina, will successively replace its 47 diesel buses with electric ones. The first two or three e-buses could go into service in 2018. A first charging station is being set up in cooperation with utility Duke Energy.
greensboro-nc.gov

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2016/12/09/chargemaster-paris-ups-greensboro/
09.12.2016 09:16