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Trillium CNG moves into hydrogen

Source: Trillium CNG

CNG supplier Trillium to expand its services to include hydrogen fuel stations, as well as solar installation and EV charging infrastructure The US’ Trillium CNG, a supplier of compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fuelling facilities, is expanding its services into hydrogen infrastructure. The company announced on February 6 that it …

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BP invests US$5 million in mobile EV chargers

FreeWire unit at BP retail site.

The fuel retailer will test FreeWire’s technology at sites in the UK and Europe during 2018 BP has invested US$5 million in FreeWire Technologies, a US-based manufacturer of mobile EV rapid charging systems, and plans to roll out FreeWire’s Mobi Charger units to its retail sites. San Francisco-based FreeWire specialises …

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SDG&E backs charging roll-out for trucks

SDG&E CEO Caroline Winn makes the Jan 11 announcement.

California utility SDG&E has submitted a series of proposals to the local regulator that would see large charging infrastructure increased, as well as a solar-powered school bus pilot California, already cemented as one of the global centres of EV innovation and adoption, is continuing to ensure its reputation is upheld. …

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Colorado launches EV adoption plan

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New initiative will aim to build fast-charging corridors and deliver the Regional Electric Vehicle West programme Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has announced the release of the Colorado Electric Vehicle (EV) Plan, delivering on a directive set forth in the July 2017 Executive Order, “Supporting Colorado’s Clean Energy Transition.” “The Colorado EV Plan serves …

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Octopus Energy leads new consortium for UK V2G charging

Nissan/Enel V2G programme in the UK. Source: V2G UK

New consortium will launch the first large-scale trial of V2G charging tech in the UK Octopus Energy has launched a new consortium to develop the first large-scale domestic trial of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charging in the UK, following a US$4.23 million funding injection by BEIS and OLEV delivered by InnovateUK. Comprising …

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Hungary to expand EV charger network

Source: Fortum Charge & Drive

Fortum Charge & Drive and Hungary’s NKM National Utilities will install 100 new chargers NKM National Utilities says it is currently identifying the right locations for charging stations and seeking to co-operate with suitable hosts, including fuel stations, local municipalities, hotels, car parks and retail outlets to expand EV charging …

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CCS Combo Fast chargers accelerating across Europe

CCS fast-charging system

CCS Charge Map has released its most recent figures showing that just over 4,000 fast chargers have been installed in Europe since 2014 The European CCS Combo DC fast-charging network has expanded over 45%, year-over-year; with Germany, the UK, and Norway, leading the pack in terms of infrastructure, according to …

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