Hyundai to expand Ultra Fast Charger network with partners
Hyundai has announced teaming up with retail giant Lotte Group and KB Asset Management to expand ultra-rapid charging infrastructure in Korea. Their business model includes leasing high power charging stations to private operators to add 5,000 ultra-fast chargers (UFC) by 2025.
UK: Gridserve accelerates ultra-rapid charging network
Gridserve is building its ultra-rapid charging hubs in the UK, following plans announced last summer. There are already eleven charging parks under construction, each with six to twelve high power charging points, according to Gridserve. The company expects to finish 20 so-called Electric Hubs by Q2 2022.
Tesla completes Supercharger line along Silk Road
Tesla China has now completed the Silk Road Supercharger corridor and says it is the longest it built to date. According to a tweet from Tesla’s Chinese account, the route from east to west in China reaches 5,000 kilometres (just over 3,100 miles).
UK: Allstar adds Plug-N-Go to its EV charge card service
Allstar Business Solutions, a provider of fuel and recently charge cards in the UK has partnered with Plug-N-Go, adding 18 sites to the Allstar One Electric network. The company says the new addition enables fleet drivers to recharge their EVs at over 1,700 sites across the UK.
Plug&Charge: The missing link to a breakthrough
In the coming year, more and more charging stations will be Plug&Charge-capable, thanks to several steps that have been taken behind the scenes. This lays the groundwork from which the automotive industry at large should now benefit. That being said, for the technology to be widely used, one main thing is still missing: a large […]
Blink Charging to expand in Europe starting in Greece
The US charging infrastructure provider Blink Charging and the greek Eunice Energy Group have established a joint venture to target the European EV charging market. ‘Blink Europe’ will begin by focusing on Greece, before expanding to other European markets.
Chargy expands electric car charging in Luxemburg
The infrastructure operator Chargy delivers the latest data from Luxembourg where the network includes 277 charging stations since its inception in 2017. Moreover, all signs are on expansion in the Grand Duchy with numbers to more than double in the next two years.