Feb 13, 2023 - 01:34 pm
Stellantis launches charger construction in Italy
The car company Stellantis has started building fast-charging stations in Italy. The first fast charger of the Atlante project was installed at a Stellantis dealer in Magenta near Milan. Soon, the first Atlante columns will also follow at Stellantis dealers in France.
May 3, 2022 - 02:40 pm
BMW and Mercedes sell Share Now to Stellantis
BMW and Mercedes-Benz plan on selling their joint car-sharing business Share Now to Stellantis. The three companies have signed an agreement but agreed to leave the deal’s details undisclosed. The transaction is still subject to approval by the antitrust authorities.
Nov 16, 2021 - 03:13 pm
Stellantis reveals details of EU charging network
After Stellantis announced the construction of a European charging network with AC and DC chargers a few weeks ago, the car company has now revealed some details about the DC chargers. Under the project name Atlante, the first DC station is already being built in Italy.
Oct 19, 2021 - 01:39 pm
Stellantis to install 15,000 EV charging hubs across Europe
Stellantis is developing a European charging network for electric cars in cooperation with the Italian company The F Charging. Plans now announced comprise more than 15,000 locations with a total of two million parking spaces by 2025. The roll-out is to begin soon.
Sep 3, 2019 - 02:07 pm
Opel announces new charging details for Corsa-e
The Corsa-e is equipped with a three-phase 11 kW on-board charger and can charge up to 100 kW DC. Now, Opel has now provided further information on charging cables, the myOpel app and the charge pass Charge My Car.
Feb 19, 2019 - 11:19 pm
PSA adds options for electric car drivers to Free2Move
The PSA Group is adding new features to its Free2move mobility service for electric vehicle users. The new ‘Charging Pass’ feature helps to locate and unlock over 85,000 charging stations in Europe. There is also a novel route planner designed for electric cars.
Dec 2, 2018 - 05:21 pm
Paris: PSA will also launch electric car sharing service
After Renault, PSA will now also set up an electric vehicle sharing fleet to replace to EV sharing programme Autolib in Paris. Under the Free2Move brand, the company will launch a fleet of 550 Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zero electric vehicles on the 3rd of December for short term rentals.
Sep 30, 2018 - 04:39 pm
PSA subsidiary Free2Move launches car-sharing in Wuhan
The French company has launched an electric car-sharing initiative in Wuhan, China. The fleet will launch with 300 vehicles, before being upgraded to 3,000 vehicles by 2019. The car-sharing service will be operated by the joint venture Fengbaio Company.
Dec 20, 2016 - 09:06 am
Free2Move, Deutsche Bahn, Montreal, CharhePoint, Dubai.
PSA EV sharing in Madrid: Free2Move is the French answer to future mobility services and has now found an outlet in the Spanish capital together with partner Eysa. Under the name Emov, 500 Citroën C-Zero will free float in Madrid and even to the outskirts of the city.
Testing is underway in Berlin and Leipzig where Deutsche Bahn let loose autonomous electric mini buses on employees. The Olli that serves at the EUREF campus in Berlin is build by Local Motors, while the Leipzig bus is from EasyMile. The test will enter the public sphere next year.
deutschebahn.com (in German)
Electric transport in Montreal: STM (Société de transport de Montréal) will electrify all its buses by 2025 if testing is successful. A pilot project is due to start early next year and will see three electric buses serving route 36 in the Canadian city. Passengers may get on board from spring.
DC Charging California: 70 new fast-charging points are to be installed by ChargePoint in California with the support of the California Energy Commission. They will stand along transit routes spanning both North and South California and also allow access to previously underserved areas.
Electric shopping trip: The Dubai Mall spans the equivalent of 50 football fields and so the shopping centre offers a chauffeur service with electric cars. Tired consumers can take a seat in two Peugeot iOn and be dropped off for free at their next shopping destination.