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ABB powers future for Australian sustainable transport

Electrans 26102018

ABB’s Terra High Power electric-vehicle chargers will enable Chargefox to launch Australia’s first liquid cooled charging station Chargefox, which plans to build a government backed network of EV stations connecting major cities in Australia to make long trips as feasible for EVs as for fossil-fuelled vehicles, has opened its first …

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DEWA installs 100 additional EV Green Charger stations

Electrans 25102018 4

DEWA has now installed 200 charger points across Dubai Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced the completion of the second phase of its ‘Green Charger’ initiative, which included the installation of an additional 100 EV Green Charger stations across Dubai. With the completion of the project, the total …

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Volvo Cars Tech Fund invests in electric car charging company FreeWire

Electrans 25102018 2

FreeWire specialises in fast-charging technology Volvo Cars has acquired a stake in electric car charging company FreeWire Technologies via the Volvo Cars Tech Fund, deepening the company’s commitment to a fully electric future. While Volvo Cars’ electrification strategy does not envision direct ownership of charging or service stations, the investment …

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ORNL demonstrates 120-kW wireless charging for vehicles

Electrans 25102018

The capacity of ORNL’s new wireless charger is a significant increase on the group’s original 20-kW model Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated a 120-kW wireless charging system for vehicles – providing six times the power of previous ORNL technology and a big step …

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US DOE awards EV cybersecurity grant to OnBoard Security and Virginia Tech

Electrans 23102018

OnBoard Security will assess the security of charging infrastructure OnBoard Security, an industry leader in automotive cyber security solutions, will be collaborating with Virginia Tech on a US Department of Energy (DOE) grant for electric vehicle charging infrastructure cybersecurity. OnBoard Security will be participating in more than a dozen research …

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Australian start-up raises funds to build rapid charging stations

Electrans 22102018 4

ChargeFox’s chargers can provide 400 km of range within 15 minutes Australian start-up ChargeFox has successfully raised A$15 million to enable it to commence building Australia’s largest open, ultra-rapid network of charging stations for electric vehicles. The funding has come from a combination of sources including investment from The Australian Mobility …

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Anjie Wireless teams up with WiTricity in China

WiTricity's DRIVE 11 wireless charging system

WiTricity enters an IP licensing agreement with Anjie Wireless to accelerate EV adoption in China WiTricity, a pioneer in wireless power transfer over distance, has announced an intellectual property licensing agreement with China-based Anjie Wireless, an automotive Tier 1 supplier. “China is a leading force in EV innovation and adoption, …

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HUBER+SUHNER showcase e-mobility solutions at IZB

E-mobility solutions for harsh environments

HUBER+SUHNER will demonstrate its cable and system portfolio for electric vehicles at IZB 2018, in Wolfsburg. Swiss-based HUBER+SUHNER’s key highlight is the RADOX® High Power Charging (HPC) system. The technology allows the increase of the power-throughput of a charging cable to 500 kW and grants fast and effective charging – …

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Virginia Tech awarded EV cybersecurity grant

Cybersecurity solutions for electric vehicles

EV charging network is seen as critical infrastructure that requires protection The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Virginia Tech a US$3 million grant for research on electric vehicle charging infrastructure cybersecurity as part of a larger US$80 million investment by the department on advanced technologies research. Ryan Gerdes, assistant …

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