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ZSW to study fuel stations of the future

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ZSW is to study a multi-energy dispenser which would supply grid electricity, batteries, hydrogen and methane to power low-carbon vehicles While there will be always be an appetite for rapid refuelling and recharging of EVs, the technology is highly disruptive to the current business model of fuel retailers. Instead of …

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CCS Combo Fast chargers accelerating across Europe

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CCS Charge Map has released its most recent figures showing that just over 4,000 fast chargers have been installed in Europe since 2014 The European CCS Combo DC fast-charging network has expanded over 45%, year-over-year; with Germany, the UK, and Norway, leading the pack in terms of infrastructure, according to …

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Good Energy enters EV pilot agreement with NewMotion

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NewMotion to install smart EV charging points at offices in Wiltshire Following a successful six month trial, EV charging point supplier NewMotion will work in partnership with renewable energy supplier Good Energy to develop an EV charging offering for the latter’s business and domestic customers. The announcement comes days after …

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DoE launches call for fast-charge tech

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DoE’s Vehicle Technologies Office seeks technologies for extreme fast charging and batteries capable of handling large charge capacities while matching energy density and costs The US government has launched a new tranche of grant funding for advanced EV charging technologies. The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), working …

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ABB flash charges e-bus in 20 seconds

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ABB lays claim to the world’s fastest flash-charging connection technology ABB has won a US$20 million order from Swiss bus manufacturer HESS to supply its flash-charging technology for 20 e-buses and related infrastructure for the French city of Nantes. The buses will be operated by public transport operator, Société d’Economie …

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