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Nikola and Nel to power up 16 US hydrogen filling stations

Nikola Two Class-8 truck

16 Nikola stations could produce up to 32 tons per day each, supplying a 2,000 mile trucking network While Tesla powers ahead with its all-battery Semi, rival truck maker Nikola Motor is picking up pace on the development of infrastructure to support its hybrid hydrogen-battery truck. Following the announcement of …

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Alstom adapts APS system for “electric roads”

Source: Alstom

APS system used for tram electrification trialled in Sweden, in partnership with Volvo Group On the occasion of the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Sweden, Alstom presents its electric road project at the Volvo Group headquarter in Gothenburg. This innovation contributes to cleaner mobility, and broadens Alstom’s green …

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London to turn lamp posts into EV charge points

An EV charging Lamp post

Retro-fitting lamp posts to turn them into charge points will bring major savings More of London’s lamp posts could become electric car chargers under a new plan just unveiled. The lamp posts in the borough of Wandsworth could all be converted. The British government wants to halt the sale of new …

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EV charging spikes demand for wireless smart grid

Source: OpenLV

Private LTE offers power utilities a dynamic, standards-backed communications infrastructure to support their smart grid The patterns of generation and consumption are making unprecedented demands on the electricity power grid. Distributed sources such as wind, solar and micro-grid are creating intermittent and reverse power flows in the networks that connect …

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DRIVEtheARC EV corridor launched in Northern California

DRIVEtheARC

Fifty-five fast chargers have been installed from Monterey to Lake Tahoe DRIVEtheARC has completed the chargers’ deployment and the formal grand opening of the corridor on the one year anniversary of the project’s official start. DRIVEtheARC encourages longer and more frequent trips with EVs by increasing the ease of long …

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Cenex to study EV charge point feasibility in North Wales

Charging Point

Cenex to conduct electric vehicle charge point feasibility study across Wrexham, UK Cenex – transport and energy not for profit consultancy – has been appointed by Cadwyn Clwyd, a Rural Development Agency, and Wrexham County Borough Council (WCBC), to determine the feasibility of installing electric charging points across the county …

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Denmark funds Nel H2Station technology

Nel Hydrogen's H2Station

Award of EUR 1 million (US$1.2m) grant for H2Station® technology development Nel Hydrogen, a subsidiary of Nel ASA has been awarded a R&D grant of EUR 1 million (US$1.2m) from the Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP) for continued H2Station® hydrogen technology development. ”We are pleased to receive …

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