In the U.S. it looks like Audi has work to do to make a mark in the emerging electric vehicle market. The gang from Ingolstadt does have a plan.
Tesla is ramping up installation of its V3 Superchargers, including in France, Germany, Norway, Italy, Denmark and the Netherlands.
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Six-month trial using new two-in-one solar inverter and EV charger shows potential massive savings to be had from driving on sunshine.
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Electric vehicles can go only as far as the battery can take it. However, the batteries are soon set to take another leap forward – can EV chargers keep up?
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RFP calls for proposals for electric, hydrogen and natural gas refueling stations, with up to $5 million available per project and a deadline extended to reflect the COVID-19 outbreak
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Lake Macquarie Council adopts new Electric Vehicle Charging Strategy to provide a framework to install EV charging stations across the council.
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Siemens and ubitricity have converted all the lamp posts on a central London residential street into “hidden” electric vehicle chargers.
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The great thing about electric-car charging is that it can take advantage of existing grid infrastructure. A new project in the United Kingdom demonstrates the benefits of that. Siemens built charging stations into 24 lampposts on roughly a half-mile o…
Initial tests of in-road charging for electric trucks on a stretch of Swedish road have been successful, according to project managers. The scope of testing will now increase, encompassing more vehicles, additional stretches of road, and higher speeds….