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XCharge NA to supply charging ports for Kaptyn’s Las Vegas EV fleet

Charging systems provider XCharge North America (NA) will replace 10 of transportation service Kaptyn’s Level 2 EV charging stations with its direct current fast charging (DCFC) equipment to reduce its vehicle charging times. Kaptyn operates 100 EVs throughout the US, including a fleet of 55 EVs—mainly Tesla vehicles—in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas fleet was… Read more »

XCharge plans EV charging Superhub at Watters Creek Village near Dallas

XCharge is a provider of battery-integrated EV charging solutions (see the feature article in our latest print issue). The company’s latest project to be announced is a state-of-the-art EV charging Superhub at the Watters Creek Village mixed-use development near Dallas. The new charging hub will feature more than 20 stalls with DC fast chargers providing… Read more »

Chinese EVSE provider XCharge closes Series B funding round

XCharge, a provider of charging solutions in the Asia-Pacific and European markets, has closed a Series B funding round with participation from Shell Ventures (the venture capital arm of oil giant Royal Dutch Shell) and other investors. XCharge offers a wide range of AC and DC charging products, as well as technologies such as V2G,… Read more »

Amperesand’s solid-state transformers could help break electric grid bottlenecks

Here’s a story we hear often: a CPO or fleet operator wants to deploy a large-scale EV charging facility, but the project is delayed for months or years because the local utility is waiting for the necessary transformers to be delivered. (Two out of two subjects of infrastructure articles in our current print issue—XCharge’s Alex… Read more »

Battery-integrated chargers offer a cure for America’s weak electric infrastructure

Q&A with Alex Urist, Vice President of XCharge North America Battery storage, once considered a nifty additional feature for large-scale charging infrastructure projects, is steadily becoming de rigueur for public and commercial charging deployments of all sizes. Adding batteries to the system offers several benefits: coupled with on-site generation, it allows charging to be offered… Read more »

DOT awards $623 million in grants for public EV charging projects

The Biden-Harris Administration has announced $623 million worth of grants for public EV charging projects, the first tranche of $2.5 billion that will be invested under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) Discretionary Grant Program. The CFI program complements the $5-billion National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula program, which is administered by… Read more »