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Denmark welcomes charging stations from Siemens

Siemens charging system in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Siemens supplies high-power charging (HPC) stations for electric buses, rated at levels 150kW, 300kW and 450kW Siemens has signed a three-year contract with Danish transport agency Movia to deliver charging stations for electric buses in Denmark. The scope of work includes installation, commissioning, civil engineering works and the Siemens remote monitoring …

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US$8m for Shell-Toyota LA hydrogen station

Project Portal Class 8 FCEV. Source: Toyota

The California Energy Commission has given provisional approval to help fund the Project Portal hydrogen project at the LA and Long Beach terminals While Tesla works quietly on its electric Semi, down the coast Toyota has its plans for a hydrogen-powered version for drayage operations. Dubbed Project Portal, Toyota is …

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Sweden powers EVs with electrified roads

eRoadArlanda opening ceremony.

eRoadArlanda has build 2km of charging road in Stockholm and demonstrates dynamic charging of EVs Static fast-charging is all well and good, but one of the main areas of interest for range-anxious transport planners is being able to recharge while driving. Various systems have been proposed, and are in testing, …

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SUN Mobility launches swappable batteries for two, three-wheelers

(L-R) SUN co-founder and vice chairman Chetan Maini and Ashok Leyland managing director Vinod K Dasari.

India’s SUN Mobility launched a swappable battery architecture for two and three-wheeler EVs in Bengaluru Indian battery and charging infrastructure supplier SUN Mobility has launched a new global, interoperable smart mobility solution for two and three-wheeler EVs. Developed at its R&D centre in Bengaluru, the company says its energy infrastructure platform is a …

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Canada launches e-bus project

Source: Nova Bus

Canada to trial fast-charging and electric bus routes in Vancouver, and Brampton and York, Ontario Natural Resources Canada has announced a new C$1.2 million investment in the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority’s (TransLink) demonstration project, covering the installation of overhead charging stations for electric buses in Vancouver. Canada’s two …

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