Xcharge presents Net Zero ‘smart’ fast charging
The Chinese charging infrastructure manufacturer Xcharge has presented its latest product line Net Zero, which is also to be launched in Europe. The fast charging solution offers up to 210 kW of power for parallel charging of up to two electric cars and is equipped with batteries from BYD as buffer storage.
New Flyer grows H2 bus fleet in California
California’s Foothill Transit has ordered 20 hydrogen fuel cell buses from the NFI subsidiary New Flyer. The purchase is supported by Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds and not the first electrification at the transport company.
Australia: XCharge to set up 1,000 fast chargers
The Chinese fast-charging startup XCharge wants to set up a network with at least 1,000 DC chargers for electric cars in Australia and is cooperating with Southern Sustainable Electric Australia (SSE Australia) as its sales partner. The network will also include liquid-cooled 350 kW HPC charging stations. XCharge has not yet specified a timetable.
China’s Xcharge to conquer Europe with 240 kW charging
China’s fast-charging startup Xcharge has announced plans to enter the European market – with a bang, if you ask the firm. The E-World in the German town of Essen will see the debut of the C6EU fast-charging device designed for the European market with a max output of 240 kW.