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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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30.05.2018 - 15:10

Ultra-fast charging in Italy as Ionity teams up with Enel

The high power charging initiative of mostly German carmakers, Ionity, is coming to Italy through a cooperation with energy giant Enel. Their agreement includes the installation of 20 HPC locations before the end of 2019 with Enel bearing installation and operation.

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22.05.2018 - 14:08

UK planning major battery and HPC network

The UK is installing a battery supported HPC charging network for electrified vehicles. The company Pivot Power and the National Grid are planning to connect 45 battery storage units with critical infrastructure junctions as part of a 1.6 billion pound project.

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14.05.2018 - 14:37

Utility EnBW to equip 100 pit stops with HPC stations

EnBW, the main energy provider in Germany’s south, has forged a new partnership that will result in a high power charging network located on the home turf of BMW, Daimler and Porsche. And this time, the HPC stops won’t be limited to motorways alone.

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08.05.2018 - 18:58

High power charging in all forms with Proterra

Proterra is entering the high power charging segment as their new solutions comply with the latest SAE standards. This includes plugging in as well as hanging in there, as in overhead charging systems. The new applications range from 60 kW – 500 kW.

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26.04.2018 - 18:10

CEUC: New fast-charge corridor for Europe

The EU Commission is supporting the construction of 118 fast charging stations for the CEUC (Central European Ultra Charging) project. Smatrics was chosen as a service provider for the rollout, operations and maintenance of the network.

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25.04.2018 - 18:33

Allego project Mega-E secures €29M in EU funding

The Mega-E project for EV charging infrastructure will receive 29M euros in funding through the EU. Initially set up together with Fortnum, Allego is now alone in leading the project that wants to install 322 ultra-fast charging stations and 27 e-charging hubs in Europe.

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24.04.2018 - 19:58

ABB introduces new 350 kW charging system

ABB has presented a new charging system capable of capacities up to 350 kW at the Hannover Messe trade show. The Terra HP charging system will allow for 8 minute charging times to serve for up to 200 km range.

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18.04.2018 - 12:25

IONITY opens first HPC station in Germany

The high power charging network IONITY has opened its first location, right on the “Autobahn” A61. It is located at a pit stop operated by Tank & Rast and electric cars using CCS may charge for free throughout the end of May. 

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12.04.2018 - 18:15

Siemens HPC chargers for electric buses in Denmark

Siemens has signed an agreement with Denmark’s largest public transportation operator, Movia, for the delivery of fast-charging stations with pantograph for electric buses. 45 communities stand to benefit from the contract and is one of Siemens biggest eBus orders ever.

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14.03.2018 - 20:17

GreenWay Polska to high power charge Poland

GreenWay Polska has signed an agreement with Gdańsk Transport Company to place ultra-fast charging stations with up to 350 kW along the A1 highway in Poland. The charge stops will become part of the GreenWay network starting in early 2019.

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14.03.2018 - 12:50

German Enercon opens first 350 kW HPC charger

Enercon has opened its first High Power Charger (HPC) in the town of Aurich, north Germany. The prototype station delivers 350 kW and marks the wind power company’s entry into the ultra-fast charging market with renewables.

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04.03.2018 - 16:11

CHAdeMO working on 400 kW charging

Asia’s charging standard CHAdeMO is working to up its game as the next protocol is to enable high power charging at 400 kW. For now, the latest protocol 1.2 enables 200 kW but it looks as if they are ready to go head to head with CCS.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2018/03/01/fastned-abb-install-350-kw-fast-charging-stations/
01.03.2018 18:40