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Denmark welcomes charging stations from Siemens

Siemens charging system in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Siemens supplies high-power charging (HPC) stations for electric buses, rated at levels 150kW, 300kW and 450kW Siemens has signed a three-year contract with Danish transport agency Movia to deliver charging stations for electric buses in Denmark. The scope of work includes installation, commissioning, civil engineering works and the Siemens remote monitoring …

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Hubject breaks new ground with Plug&Charge

smart EQ fortwo with Plug&Charge

New charging system uses modern encryption to authorise EV charging Berlin’s Hubject has developed a new charging solution for EVs which uses the car and charge port alone, excluding the need for the conventional suit of RFID-based charging cards and smartphone apps. Hubject  says its proprietary Plug&Charge ecosystem makes the charging process …

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Volvo and Ekoenergetyka electrify Malmö

Ekoenergetyka charger in Tampere. Finland.

13 fully electric Volvo buses with opportunity charging will enter into operation in Malmö at the end of 2018 Ekoenergetyka will supply the Swedish City of Malmö with three 300-kW quickPOINT City Chargers, providing quick charge to 13 Volvo e-buses, which were ordered last June by bus operator Nobina. The buses …

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Schiphol Airport opens 13-MW bus charging network

VDL Citeas electric buses using Heliox opportunity charge system.

Heliox supplied 109 fast chargers to power 100 e-buses for the world’s largest depot charge network Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has made a commitment to become “one of the most sustainable airports in the world” via a mass rollout of electric buses. The battery-powered buses will be driving in 24/7 operation …

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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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