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Provincial government puts BC on path to 100% zero-emission vehicle sales by 2040

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The work will include expanding BC’s network of EV charging stations In a move aimed at removing a major source of air pollution and climate change, the provincial government has put British Columbia on a path to require the sale of all new light-duty cars and trucks to be zero-emission …

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New York statewide initiatives to spur adoption of EVs

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The NYPA will deploy 200 DC fast chargers across New York State New York State has announced a series of broad-scale initiatives to encourage the purchase and increase the convenience and accessibility of electric vehicles. The expansion of public fast charger networks across the state, approved regulatory actions to lower …

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Penta Security debuts V2G security solution for E-mobility market

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Penta Security has developed AutoCrypt V2G, a system to protect payments made at charging stations E-mobility is projected to mark the next significant paradigm shift in the transportation industry, providing growth opportunities not only for electric vehicle manufacturers, but all service providers in the fields of energy and transport systems. …

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ZAPINAMO launches world’s first ‘power boosted’ rapid EV charging system

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ZAPINAMO’s technology can boost an ordinary grid-based power supply into a fast charger ZAPINAMO, a Coventry-based electric vehicle charging infrastructure innovations company, has developed a patented EV charging system utilising battery stored energy to ‘power boost’ a nominal grid supply into a rapid or ultra-fast charge unit. This reduces the …

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Massachusetts grid to invest to meet 21st century energy needs

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Part of National Grid’s funding will go to ensure greater access to EV charging Continuing its commitment to meet the evolving energy needs of its 1.3 million Massachusetts customers, National Grid has filed a request with the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) to update its electric distribution rates and …

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Envision Solar’s European patent for EV ARC products approved

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Envision Solar’s EV ARC is a transportable, solar-powered charger Envision Solar International, the leading producer of unique and sustainable infrastructure products for electric vehicle charging, energy security and outdoor media, has announced that the European Patent Office has approved a patent for the company’s EV ARC products. The European patent …

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Freewire Technologies, Centrica and Zipcar UK to study on-demand EV charging

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Freewire and its partners will study the benefits of mobile energy storage and wireless technology FreeWire Technologies, a pioneer in flexible electric vehicle charging technology, has received funding from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles and Innovate UK to participate in the Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging for Commercial Users competition. …

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Electrify America opens first California EV fast charging station

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Electrify America’s fast chargers can deliver 20 miles of range per minute The Country Hills Shopping Plaza in Torrance, California will be the first DC fast charging station to open in the state as part of Electrify America’s plan to install approximately 160 charging stations in California by June 2019. …

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ComfortDelGro to introduce direct current fast charging for EV

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ComfortDelGro direct current charger promises to charge an EV in 30 minutes Anyone who owns an electric vehicle knows that a full charge takes anywhere between three and four hours. Soon this will be a thing of the past with a new direct current (DC) fast charging service from ComfortDelGro. …

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