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17.02.2019 - 17:11

Germany sees record H2 fuel station growth

A total of 48 publicly accessible hydrogen filling stations were put into operation worldwide in 2018. Seventeen of them are located in Germany. Japan still has the largest number of public H2 fuel stations (96), ahead of Germany (60) and the USA (42).

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14.02.2019 - 12:26

France to invest €700M in battery cell production

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that his government will invest 700 million euros in the production of battery cells for electric cars over the next five years. The plan is part of a Franco-German project to establish cell production in Europe. 

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12.02.2019 - 15:05

Mobile libraries with Volvo e-buses in Sweden

The Gothenburg Municipal Library will use two Volvo e-buses for its mobile libraries from summer 2020. Finnish company Kiitikori designed the interiors of the two 7900 Electric buses, which not only include bookshelves but also meeting points for children and adults.

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12.02.2019 - 13:30

SPIE is supporting IONITY infrastructure

The SPIE Group has received an order from Ionity to support the planned construction of 400 HPC sites in Europe by 2020. The French installation and maintenance specialist will take care of the installation and wiring of charging stations and the grid connection.

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11.02.2019 - 14:21

Europe: 3000 orders for 62 kWh Nissan Leaf

Nissan has already taken more than 3,000 advance orders for the Leaf with 62 kWh battery in Europe. This means that the majority of the 5,000 units allocated for Europe have been reserved in only a month.

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11.02.2019 - 11:12

Tesla cuts staff for North American deliveries

Tesla has more than halved the staff in its department that delivers Model 3 to North American buyers. The layoffs are a sign that demand for Model 3 in the US has declined sharply as Tesla’s federal tax relief runs out. Now the company focuses on deliveries in China and Europe.

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10.02.2019 - 14:43

Nikola to release BEV version of their H² trucks

Nikola Motor announced battery electric variants for their hydrogen trucks Nikola Two and Nikola Tre, which will be offered in addition to the fuel cell versions. There will be three battery capacities to choose from: 500 kWh, 750 kWh and 1,000 kWh.

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07.02.2019 - 11:16

Tesla launches roll-out of Model 3 in Europe

Tesla is now delivering the first Model 3 vehicles in Europe. To be exact, Tesla informed buyers on the continent that they can pick up their Model 3 in Zeebrugge in Belgium or Tilburg in the Netherlands. However, the European launch did not go off entirely without a hitch.

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04.02.2019 - 18:16

CATL boosts battery cell factory in Germany to 100GWh

The Chinese battery cell manufacturer CATL has updated the plans for its German battery factory in Erfurt, giving it a boost. The reason for this is the coming of stricter CO2 requirements in Europe. CATL considers a capacity of up to 100 GWh in Thuringia to be realistic. Our colleagues from electrive.net talked to Matthias […]

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04.02.2019 - 13:45

Nissan NV200 van to only be produced as electric van

In future, Nissan will offer its NV200 Transporter only with an electric drive. According to the manufacturer, production of the diesel version will end in the summer of this year, from where the model will continue exclusively as the e-NV200 electric version.

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01.02.2019 - 15:06

The Norway factor in CO2 emissions

Despite Norway not being a part of the European Union, they will be included in the overall CO2 emissions figures with their European neighbours. And not only that, electric vehicles sold in Norway count twice when it comes to fleet emissions.

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29.01.2019 - 10:15

62 kWh Nissan Leaf basic trim offers highest range

The new Nissan Leaf featuring a 62 kWh battery, has approximately 40 km more range in the basic version, than in premium trims due to the higher weight of the more luxurious models. Meanwhile, Nissan also updated their US strategy with regards to rapidgate.

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24.01.2019 - 20:22

EVC1000: EU project aims for 1000km range electric SUV

The EU funded project EVC1000 launched this month and brings together ten partners from industry and science to develop novel electric vehicle components. Hence the EVC in the name. The number 1000 though is significant as well as it stands for the target of covering 1,000 km on one quick charge.

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24.01.2019 - 17:09

CharIN: Bidirectional CCS charging by 2025

The CharIN initiative, formed to develop and establish CCS as a fast-charging standard, has published two new papers. These illustrate CharIN’s position on network integration and bi-directional charging (V2G), as well as giving an outlook on future developments.

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23.01.2019 - 19:42

VW e-Up order stop due to delivery issues

Volkswagen will disable orders for the VW e-Up on their internal dealer system beginning this Friday as the carmaker admits being unable to keep up with demand. Electrive was able to confirm this in Germany and also in the UK; the word is out.

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23.01.2019 - 17:51

EU-project EVA+ charges ahead in Austria and Italy

The energy supplier Enel has provided an update on the EU-funded project EVA+ (Electric Vehicle Arteries). As a result of the project, a total of 200 multi-standard rapid charging stations will be installed in Italy and Austria by next year.

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23.01.2019 - 15:58

DE: Battery experts forge path from science to production

Battery specialists BMZ Group, Custom Cells Itzehoe, EAS Batteries, Leclanché and Liacon are participating in an initiative by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) called “Forschungsfabrik Batterie” (FFB), that is German for the research battery factory.

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22.01.2019 - 15:37

Mercedes-Benz to build battery assembly plant in Poland

As part of its upcoming electrification offensive, Mercedes-Benz is building a battery factory in the Polish town of Jawor, near Germany. This is to expand the Group’s global battery production network to nine factories at seven locations on three continents.

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21.01.2019 - 23:54

Tesla Model 3 design flaw vs CCS Supercharger flow (videos)

Must Tesla brace itself for a social media storm under the #trunkgate? Possibly, since EV fan Bjørn Nyland demonstrates that the Model 3 trunk has a design flaw when it rains. Yet in our own news, we present one of the first CCS adapted Superchargers ready for the Model 3’s arrival in Europe. 

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21.01.2019 - 16:09

Belgian buyers club for electric cars in Flanders

The Flemish government is now organising a group purchase with extensive discounts to promote the use of electric cars in said region of Belgium. Interested parties have a choice of Nissan Leaf, Renault Zoe, Hyundai Kona Electric and Peugeot iOn, all offered online.

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21.01.2019 - 14:03

Porsche & Audi ramp up debut electric car production

Porsche and Audi are planning to expand their production capacities even before the market launch of their first electric car models due to the high demand. Porsche even speaks of doubling their output of the all-electric Taycan and to expand to another facility on top.

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19.01.2019 - 13:43

Tesla cranks up charging prices globally

After the announcement of the end of the Tesla referral programme, which entailed free use of the Superchargers for electric car drivers among other things, Tesla has upped the ante by increasing the prices for the use of their charging network around the world.

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16.01.2019 - 18:53

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.

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16.01.2019 - 14:07

Blackstone invest €200M in European cell production

The Swiss raw materials company Blackstone Resources intends to invest 200 million euros in the production of battery cells for electric cars, most likely in Germany. They hope the move will garner subsidies both from the Germans as well as the EU.

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15.01.2019 - 20:13

Allego connects to French roaming service Gireve

Charging infrastructure provider Allego has joined forces with Gireve of France, a roaming platform provider. The alliance will enable access to Allego’s 12,000 charge points across Europe via Gireve’s IT platform called ConnectPlace.

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15.01.2019 - 19:57

Volvo invests in high power wireless charging

The Swedes’ financial arm, the Volvo Group Venture Capital AB, say they made an investment in Momentum Dynamics and their high power inductive charging technology. The start-up of Philadelphia is working towards 200+kW to charge heavier electric vehicles with no connection needed.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2019/01/14/tesla-receives-electric-truck-order-from-norway/
14.01.2019 19:48