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15.11.2018 - 00:59

Enel X Romania plans nationwide charging network

Italian energy supplier Enel will use its subsidiary Enel X Romania to set up a nationwide charging network for electric cars in Romania. According to their plans, some 2,500 charging points with capacities of between 22 and 150 kW should be available by 2023.

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04.11.2018 - 18:14

DE: Telekom launches nationwide EV charging network

Germany’s telecommunication company Telekom launches their charging network initiative in the country. Their first public charging station is now open and the network will grow to include up to 12,000 public EV charging stations. The clue is to use existing infrastructure says Telekom and we gathered the details exclusively.

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29.10.2018 - 17:12

High power charging network Ionity coming to Italy

Italy’s petrochemical company Eni announces a framework agreement with Ionity. The high power charging network will use Eni pit stops to install their ultra-fast charging stations. For now they plan a total of 30 HPC stations with six charge columns each.

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28.10.2018 - 18:14

Shell opens high power charging park in France

In cooperation with Ionity, Shell has officially opened their first high power charging park in France. The eight new HPC stations are located at the shell gas stations Chartres-Bois and Chartres-Gasville, about 90 minutes south of Paris.

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25.10.2018 - 20:08

BYD, ST and Yutong share Singapore e-bus order

Singapore has contracted the three companies with an order for a total of 60 e-buses, which will be delivered in 2019 and 2020. The contracts went to BYD, ST Engineering and Yutong-NARI. At the same time, the SP Group (Singapore Power) has announced their plan to build 1,000 charging points in the city-state.

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22.10.2018 - 18:18

Chargefox setting up HPC network in Australia

Australia is set to receive another HPC network with charging performance available from 150 to 350 kW. This one will be set up by the Australian startup Chargefox, who is planning to set up 21 locations in the first phase, for which it may generate up to 15 million dollars.

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15.10.2018 - 07:39

Smatrics set for international expansion

The Austrian mobility service provider has set up an electric vehicle charging grid covering Austria with 450 charging points no more than 60 km apart. Smatrics now plans to expand beyond Austria and is looking at even faster charge rates. Moreover, they formed a new executive team, electrive.com learnt.

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10.10.2018 - 18:46

Compact fast-charger combines transformer & charger

Scientists at the North Carolina State University have developed a particularly small and efficient fast charger for electric cars. Their so-called medium voltage fast charger (MVFC) combines a transformer and charger in one for charging with 50 kW and great efficiency.

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20.09.2018 - 19:05

Fastned opens second HPC location in Germany

The Dutch HPC company Fastned has opened their second high power charging station in Germany on the A33 near Paderborn. Furthermore, the company are finding success with their legal claim against Shell charging stations.

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17.09.2018 - 14:58

Porsche presents modular fast-charging solution

Porsche Engineering has developed a fast charging system with modular building blocks so that it fits charge parks of various sizes and takes into account the grid and visitor frequency. It builds on the 800-Volt technology also used in their high power charging solution.

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03.09.2018 - 19:04

IONITY begins charging for charging

Free charging for EVs with IONITY was officially relegated to the history books today: As of now, the HPC coalition of vehicle manufacturers BMW, Daimler, Ford and Volkswagen and its subsidiaries Audi and Porsche will begin charging €8 per charge.

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23.08.2018 - 17:02

Fortum opens HPC charger at Swedish McDonalds

Fortum has opened their first HPC charging location in Sweden in cooperation with McDonalds in Kristinehamn. The city is located around 270 km west of the capital and marks the half-way point between Stockholm and Oslo.

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23.08.2018 - 13:11

Japan and China team up for high power chargers

China and Japan have announced plans to cooperate on developing a new charging standard for ultra-fast vehicle chargers with more than 500 kW. A statement of intent will be signed by the CHAdeMO association and the China Electricity Council (CEC) in August.

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07.08.2018 - 15:11

Tritium to unveil high power charger with 475 kW

Fast-charging equipment provider Tritium will present their latest high power charging system at Cenex-LCV in the UK this September. The system for commercial use is scalable and capable of charging an electric vehicle with 475kW.

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24.07.2018 - 17:43

Ionity cooperating with Cepsa to outfit gas stations

The high power charging network Ionity will cooperate with the Spanish Compañía Española de Petróleos to outfit their petrol stations with up to 100 HPC charging points in Spain and Portugal. The first chargers will go into operation by the start of 2019.

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12.07.2018 - 18:55

800 volt charging park by Porsche goes online in Berlin

The EV charging park announced last year at the Porsche center in Berlin-Adlershof was recently connected to the grid. Four customer parking spots were fitted with Porsche chargers, two of which with the new 800 volt charging technology. The park is accessible to all cars during the opening times of the center.

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05.07.2018 - 13:10

IONITY selects ultra-fast chargers from Tritium

The high power charging network IONITY set up by mostly German carmakers has turned to Tritium of Australia to order ultra-fast charging equipment. These will equip 100 HPC locations across five European countries – for a start.

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03.07.2018 - 16:55

Mega-E opens first high power charging site in Europe

The first liquid-cooled chargers delivering up to 350 kW have gone live today in the Dutch town of Eindhoven. The high power charging site is part of the European Mega -E project. The initiative led by Allego aims for 322 ultra-fast chargers in at least ten metropolitan areas in Europe.

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28.06.2018 - 18:31

China aims for 900 kW hyper power charging standard

China is planning an upgrade of its fast-charging standards GB/T that would make the 350 kW CCS or the 400 kW ChaDeMo aims for look like child’s play. The new GB/T standard due in 2019/20 would enable charging with four times higher power than today.

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22.06.2018 - 03:39

Germany: First Fastned High Power Charging station live

Fastned opens their first ultra-fast charging in Germany today. Located on the A3 motorway, the site serves electric car drivers with charging powers of up to 350 kW. It is the first of 25 such stations the Dutch will install across the country with hundreds more planned across Europe.

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31.05.2018 - 18:09

High Power Charging in Switzerland and Austria

The DACH region is catching up with high power charging stations as both Ionity and Smatrics opened first HPC locations this week. While Ionity focuses on motorways, Smatrics together with Wien Energie connected metropolitan Vienna.

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31.05.2018 - 17:16

French Meridiam taking over Dutch Allego

French investment firm Meridiam that specialises in infrastructure has bought Dutch Allego from Alliander. The latter had been wanting to sell its EV charging arm for some time. The acquisition is to propel Allego further across Europe’s growing charging landscape.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2018/05/31/french-meridiam-taking-over-dutch-allego/
31.05.2018 17:16