Tag: Clean Energy Partnership

Aug 20, 2014 - 08:36 am

Clean Energy Partnership, ADOMANI, MPG Car Rental, Mitsubishi.

New partner for CEP: Bohlen & Doyen is the 19th member to join the ‘Clean Energy Partnership’ and will support the hydrogen initiative with its expertise in the installation and service of H2 gas stations. The company’s first contribution will be a mobile H2 station that is set to be ready by 2015.

Electric school bus approved: The California Highway Patrol has given its approval for the ADOMANI electric Blue Bird school bus to start its service this fall. The bus was developed together with the Gilroy Unified School District which installed a solar-powered charging station to make the school bus a true zero emission vehicle.
domesticfuel.com, news9.com

Model S for a day: In Los Angeles, the MPG Car Rental group is now offering a Tesla Model S at 375 dollars per day. The Model S is also part of MPG’s test drive programme, where drivers will get reimbursed the costs of the car rental when buying the car they have tested.

Mitsubishi wins 2nd year in a row: The Outlander PHEV came first in the electric vehicle class of the FIA-certified Asia Cross Country Rally. The rough trail ran over almost 2,000 kilometres and the team completed it in 19:17:12, winning the 14th place overall.

Jun 18, 2014 - 08:29 am

ChargePoint, Gotland, Clean Energy Partnership.

Charging rises fast: ChargePoint billed five million charging sessions last month. Even more impressive is how fast the EV adoption rate is growing. It took the company four years to reach its first million, whereas it went from four to five million in only three months.

Swedish EV island: The ‘Elbislandet Gotland’ project aims to introduce 20 rental electric cars on the Swedish island of Gotland this summer. The fleet will consist of Nissan Leafs, Renault Twizys and VW E-Ups. The initiative is driven by Vattenfall, the Swedish Energy Agency and Solkompaniet.

Mapping German H2 stations: The German Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) published a map showing the locations of 35 planned hydrogen fuelling stations in Germany. These will complement the existing 15 H2 stations in the country. Germany aims to have 400 hydrogen sites by 2023.
hzwei.info (in German)

Found on electrive.com
20.08.2014 08:10