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Electrify America to install more than 30 ultra-fast charging stations

Electrify America Chargers by BTC Power

The new charging sites will be mainly California-based Electrify America has announced a collaboration with nine additional companies to host more than 30 ultra-fast EV charging stations across the U.S. The charging stations will be installed in leading grocery chains such as Kroger and The Save Mart Companies; real estate …

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EVgo, Maven Gig unveil public-rideshare fast charging hubs


The Venice Crossroads EV fast charging hub was officially opened on April 22 in the presence of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti America’s largest public fast charging network EVgo and Maven, General Motors’ car sharing platform, have introduced a new network of EV fast charging hubs that feature both public …

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EVgo reuses BMW i3 car batteries

EVgo fast charging system

Recycled BMW i3 batteries store energy during peak solar and reduce strain on the grid US-based EVgo has launched a commercial installation of second-life battery storage at a public DC fast charging station. Following a pilot programme at University of California San Diego (UCSD), this second-life battery system has been …

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Chakratec secures funding for flywheel fast-charging

Illustration of Chakratec EV charging system.

Start-up secures US$4.4m for its EnerQube kinetic storage system, which it says offers an alternative to chemical batteries in fast-charging applications Much of the recent buzz around grid-scale energy storage tends to focus on batteries, whether they are Li-ion or other chemistries. But many technology developers are finding success with …

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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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