Sweden to equip airports for domestic e-flights
Swedavia, the state-owned Swedish airport operator, has adopted a strategy for electric aviation. The aim is to prepare all ten airports in Sweden for electric-powered aircraft and to have the first commercial e-airline operating by around 2025. Weiterlesen
Swedavia, Lotte Mart, Toyota, CitiPark, Kansas.
500 to 600 EV chargers for Swedish airports: Swedavia, who operates ten airports in Sweden, wants to install some 500 to 600 EV chargers at its locations in the coming three years. It signed a deal with local infrastructure provider Rexel Sverige AB. Some 120 chargers are already installed at the country’s airports.
Charging Lotte Mart locations : The South Korean department store chain announced that it will equip all of its 119 locations with charging stations for electric vehicles by the end of the year. Customers will then be able to plug in as 141 fast- and three regular chargers.
Demonstrating fuel cell technology: Toyota is working with Air Liquide, Masdar and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), evaluating the use of hydrogen fuel in the United Emirates. Diving a fuelling demonstrations with the Toyota Mirai are part of the project and will kick off in May.
Park and charge: British car park operator CitiPark now offers 16 EV chargers, as well as three Tesla Destination Chargers at its facility in Leeds. CitiPark wants to have a total of 41 EV charging spot up and running in Leeds and other cities before the end of the year.
Park and fly: A total of 27 charging stations for EVs with two charging points each have been installed in two long-term parking garages at the Kansas City International Airport.