Feb 13, 2023 - 12:12 pm

USA considers requiring CCS standard for subsidies

The US Department of Transportation is expected to set the final requirements that all electric vehicle charging stations must meet to qualify for the US government’s $7.5 billion incentive programme this week. According to an agency report, one of the policy decisions is unlikely to please Tesla.

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Feb 10, 2023 - 04:08 pm

Bus charging depot with 124 chargers opens in Aalborg

Public transport operator Tide Bus has commissioned Scandinavia’s largest electric bus depot in the Danish city of Aalborg. There, 124 DC chargers from hardware supplier Kempower are available. The company GodEnergi was responsible for the installation.

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Feb 9, 2023 - 04:05 pm

Ideanomics to market Mahle chargers in the USA

Ideanomics has formed a strategic partnership with German automotive supplier Mahle, and will become the development partner and exclusive North American distributor for the chargeBIG 18-36 AC fleet charging solution.

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Feb 9, 2023 - 02:52 pm

E.ON Drive to build chargers for VinFast

E.ON Drive has been commissioned by VinFast to build charging points at its sites in Germany, France and the Netherlands. As part of the cooperation, the E.ON subsidiary will cover the entire scope of the project, from planning and installation to the operation of the charging points.

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Feb 9, 2023 - 01:54 pm

Contargo to set up heavy truck charging network in Germany

The German logistics company Contargo is planning to set up the largest private charging network for heavy electric trucks in Germany. In the course of this year, 33 fast chargers are to be set up at 14 locations in the country. Contargo brought the charging infrastructure manufacturer SBRS on board as its technology partner.

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Feb 8, 2023 - 04:45 pm

Kia prepares its European headquarters for EVs

In Frankfurt, Germany, Kia’s European headquarters are being used by an increasing number of electric cars. The Korean automaker has been supported with the necessary charging infrastructure by The Mobility House, for their expertise in intelligent charging and energy solutions. The following guest article by The Mobility House shows how Kia experienced this process.

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Feb 8, 2023 - 04:24 pm

WiTricity helps Yutong wirelessly charge driverless buses

WiTricity, the US provider of wireless charging systems, has announced cooperating with the Chinese manufacturer Yutong Bus to enable inductive charging of automated electric minibuses. They have already launched a first deployment in full commercial operation.

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Feb 8, 2023 - 02:45 pm

Kempower to open its first US facility this year

Kempower, Finland’s foremost manufacturer of EV charging equipment, is ready to set up shop in the USA. The plant in Durham County, North Carolina, shall start producing DC chargers for electric vehicles before the year’s end.

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Feb 8, 2023 - 02:14 pm

Motor Fuel Group releases 2023 high-power charger budget

British petrol station operator Motor Fuel Group (MFG) has slated £50 million this year to build new ultra-rapid charging hubs for electric cars. The investment will help MFG and partners install 360 HPC columns in 2023, thus more than doubling the number of available chargers today.

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Feb 7, 2023 - 03:27 pm

Hubject to integrate 1,600 charging points in Hungary

Hubject is cooperating with Hungarian charging network operator MVM Mobiliti to integrate its charging infrastructure into its roaming network Intercharge. MVM Mobiliti operates Hungary’s largest charging network with almost 1,600 charging points.

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Feb 7, 2023 - 01:40 pm

Gridserve installed 32 new HPC in January

After a track record of over 100 high-power chargers installed in 2022, Gridserve is accelerating into 2023 with 32 new high-power chargers opened at four new Electric Super Hubs in January.

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Feb 7, 2023 - 08:39 am

Elke Temme steps down for personal reasons

Elke Temme, who leads the Charging and Energy business unit at VW, is stepping down for personal reasons. She will be taking a three-month sabbatical, after which she will be available to the Volkswagen Group part-time until the end of the year. Giovanni Palazzo, President and CEO of Electrify America, will be taking over her […]

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Feb 6, 2023 - 01:54 pm

Hyundai to install HPC infrastructure in India

Hyundai Motor India has announced the installation of 10 fast-charging locations across key highways and cities in India by the middle of this year. Each fast charging location will comprise one DC 150 kW ultra-fast charger and one DC 60 kW high-speed charger.

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Feb 6, 2023 - 01:32 pm

Electrify America increases charging fees

The US charging network will charge five cents more starting on 6 March 2023. This concerns all customers, including Pass+ members, no matter if they charge per minute or per kilowatt hour.

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Feb 6, 2023 - 01:29 pm

15 chargers commissioned for electric trucks in Gothenburg

The new charging hub is one of Sweden’s largest charging stations for electric trucks and was put into operation by E-Mobility, a subsidy of the Soltech Group. The 15 fast-charging points are located at Gothenburgs Lastbilscentral (GLC) hub in the Swedish city.

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Feb 2, 2023 - 02:31 pm

TotalEnergies & Air Liquide join forces on H2 refuelling for trucks

In Europe, the energy group TotalEnergies and the hydrogen gas manufacturer Air Liquide have decided to set up a joint venture to build hydrogen refuelling stations for heavy-duty vehicles in France, Benelux and Germany. The corresponding joint venture is to be established before the end of 2023.

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Feb 1, 2023 - 04:42 pm

The Mobility House shows how to earn from EV batteries

The Mobility House (TMH) has, for the first time, proven that electric vehicle batteries can take part in energy market trading and achieve four-digit revenues per vehicle. The key is in the EVs’ flexibility as mobile storage units, just the experimental set-up was stationery.

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Feb 1, 2023 - 03:18 pm

ChargePoint moves into AI-driven buffer batteries from Stem

ChargePoint and Stem, an AI-driven clean energy solutions provider, have agreed to join forces and put artificial intelligence behind EV charging. They aim for lower operating costs, added energy resiliency, and options for battery backup when locating new sites.

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Feb 1, 2023 - 02:33 pm

BMW teams up with Evergo for charging network in Mexico

BMW is joining forces with Evergo in Mexico to build more than 4,000 public charging stations for electric vehicles in the country over the next five years. The companies have slated a $ 200 million investment and are looking into both AC and DC charging.

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Feb 1, 2023 - 11:45 am

ABB E-Mobility takes in €326 million in financing

Swiss technology group ABB has raised a further 325 million Swiss francs from four investors, including Porsche SE, for its e-mobility division with its charging station business in the second and final round of its pre-IPO private placement.

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Jan 31, 2023 - 05:29 pm

Fastned opens 13th charging hub in the UK

Fastned has launched its latest ultra-rapid charging hub in the UK. Based off the A183 on Parsons Road, the new Fastned hub in Washington comprises eight charging bays of up to 300 kW and will serve EV commuters to and from South Tyneside, as well as Sunderland.

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Jan 31, 2023 - 05:10 pm

Ireland launches sports club charging scheme

Ireland’s Department of Transport has launched the ‘Shared Island Sports Club EV Charging Scheme’. The new €15 million scheme is designed to support the roll-out of publicly accessible, fast-charging for sports clubs and communities across the island of Ireland.

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Jan 31, 2023 - 04:59 pm

Superchargers opened to third parties in Australia

Following the opening of Superchargers to third parties in Europe, Tesla is now starting to open its fast-charging stations for electric cars of other brands in Australia. Five Supercharger locations have initially been made available in the state of New South Wales.

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Jan 30, 2023 - 04:59 pm

NL: Park ‘n Charge to double charging network

Dutch charge point operator Park’ n Charge announces financing of €16.4 mn through Rabobank. The company wants to spend the money on doubling its network of six thousand charging stations in the Netherlands in the next two years.

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Jan 30, 2023 - 03:34 pm

Kempower & TSG bundle offers in Europe and Africa

Finnish charging hardware manufacturer Kempower has signed a non-exclusive distribution and service framework agreement with TSG, a provider of technical solutions for sustainable mobility. They aim to deliver fast charging solutions to 32 countries in Europe and Africa.

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