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ABB provides fast charging in Denmark

ABB bus

ABB will provide fast charging solutions for a Danish city’s first e-buses Local bus operator Busselskabet Aarhus Sporveje has selected ABB’s complete fast charging solution to power the first e-buses in Aarhus, Denmark. The order includes four electric buses from Volvo, OppCharge fast charger and four ABB HVC-Overnight Chargers for installation …

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Urban Electric to bring pop-up charge points to UK

Urban Electric UEone pop-up charge point

Startup Urban Electric has announced the UEone pop-up charge point for residential on-street charging of electric vehicles British electric vehicle (EV) charging startup Urban Electric Networks has announced the UEone pop-up charge point for charging electric vehicles. The UEone was developed specifically to solve the problem of charging for the …

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ChargePoint develops 2-MW charger for electric aircraft

UberElevate's vision

ChargePoint unveils design for a new high-powered charger aimed at electric aircraft and semi-trucks ChargePoint has revealed the concept design for 2-MW high-powered charging of electric aircraft and semi-trucks. The design, a world first, can be used on electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. It has been designed as part of …

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Proterra rolls out charging systems up to 500kW

Diagram of Proterra depot charging system

Standardised EV charging of between 60-500 kW will inform future infrastructure decisions and fleet-wide electrification strategies US electric bus maker Proterra has presented a new suite of high power DC chargers in a bid to expand the use of more standardised EV charging. These systems interoperability across technology platforms, the manufacturer …

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GPI to pair grid solar with EV charging

Solar PV panels on carports,

Great Plains Institute launches “solar+EV” initiative to pair PV generation with EV technologies The US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) selected The Great Plains Institute to conduct research on new ways that solar energy can improve the affordability, reliability, and resiliency of the nation’s electric grid. The …

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