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i-charging’s blueberry CLUSTER and PLUS EV chargers deliver up to 900 kW of power

Charging power levels continue to rise. EV charging provider i-charging is now offering a pair of charger models that can deliver a whopping 900 kW. Does that mean you can charge your LEAF in 5 minutes? Well, no. There’s no current passenger EV that can handle anywhere near that level of power (but electric trucks… Read more »

i-charging achieves ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 certifications

Portugal-based EVSE manufacturer i-charging has received ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 certifications, complementing its existing ISO 9001:2015 certification. ISO 14001 is a group of standards from the International Organization for Standardization related to environmental management. It is designed to help organizations minimize the negative impact of their operations on the environment, comply with applicable environmental… Read more »

i-charging completes ETL certification of its blueberry fast chargers

Portugal-based EVSE manufacturer i-charging has entered the North American market by completing Intertek ETL certification of its blueberry fast charger. Blueberry chargers, which became available in 2021, have received CE, Eichrecht, Cyber Security, Plug and Charge, and ISO 15118 certifications. i-charging says the product’s three configurations, blueberry, blueberry PLUS and blueberry CLUSTER, will operate with… Read more »

i-charging completes CE certification for blueberry charger

Hardware and software solution provider i-charging has announced that its blueberry line of fast chargers has completed CE certification. This certification, which affirms a product’s conformity with European health, safety and environmental protection standards, is mandatory in many countries, so the third-party tests that i-charging has now completed were essential for it to begin installations…. Read more »

i-charging’s new blueberry range of fast chargers covers light- and heavy-duty EVs

Portuguese EVSE manufacturer i-charging has introduced its first range of DC fast chargers. The new blueberry line offers power levels between 50 kW and 600 kW, and is available in three configurations: blueberry, blueberry PLUS and blueberry CLUSTER. It supports charging of EVs with battery system voltages of up to 1,000 V. The blueberry range… Read more »

EcoG opens US headquarters in Detroit to develop EV charging hardware and software

German EV charging technology company EcoG has opened a US headquarters in Detroit, partly funded by a $1.5-million performance-based grant from the Michigan Business Development Program. The EV infrastructure company was founded in 2017 by Siemens alums Dr. Joerg Heuer, who is CEO, and Dr. Johannes Hund, who is CTO. It originated from the Techstars… Read more »

Advantages of Dynamic Power Sharing at the Charger: EVSE Solutions for Fleet Charging

In this session, we will discuss a high-power 600 kW charging solution that allows dynamic allocation of power via four independent plugs for fleet charging. The charger architecture and software solutions will be explained in detail, showing the advantage when compared to individual chargers. The availability of different connector outputs will also be presented as… Read more »

2 days left to join the Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure

There are just two days left to reserve your spot at the Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure, which starts on Monday. The free-to-attend conference will be broadcast December 4 – 6, 2023, featuring live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars and whitepaper downloads. All live webcast sessions will also be recorded and available on-demand after… Read more »

Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure: new December 2023 session topics announced

New session topics for the December 2023 Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure are out now. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks: Featuring speakers from organizations including: The free-to-attend conference will be broadcast December 4 – 6, 2023, featuring live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars, and whitepaper downloads…. Read more »

Electric taxis in Austria use automated charging system as the country phases out fossil-fueled taxis

Taxis in Austria are going electric. Starting in 2025, only emission-free taxis will be allowed (unlike some countries currently in the news, Austria has shown no signs of reneging on this pledge). Automated EV charging can greatly facilitate taxi electrification, as e-taxis can charge automatically while waiting at taxi stands. The eTaxi Austria project has… Read more »