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Charging/rideshare provider Revel hires former Tesla Supercharger exec

When Tesla’s CEO chose to disband the company’s Supercharger team, EV industry pundits predicted that many of those experts would soon be snapped up by other firms. Now we learn that rideshare/charging provider Revel has hired Edward Noseworthy to lead the company’s EV infrastructure design and construction team. Noseworthy, a seven-year Tesla veteran who oversaw… Read more »

Revel’s new EV fast charging station in Queens serves rideshare drivers and the public

Revel, the Brooklyn-based EV infrastructure and rideshare provider, has opened its third public EV fast charging station in New York City, and its first in Queens. The LIC Superhub is located in the accessory garage of the JACX, a mixed-use development in Long Island City. Located near the Taxi and Limousine Commission’s main driver support… Read more »

Senator Schumer takes Revel’s millionth electric ride in NYC

New York-based Revel leverages the synergies between urban public charging and ridesharing. The company operates two public EV fast charging Superhubs, and plans to add at least 130 more plugs by the end of 2023. The company launched its electric rideshare service in 2021, and currently has a fleet of about 300 EVs, including Tesla… Read more »

Rideshare/charging provider Revel: CCS or NACS, EVs need bidirectional charging capabilities

Amid the giddy rush to adopt Tesla’s NACS charging system, a few voices in the wilderness can be heard crying, “But what about bidirectional charging?” Many see bidirectional charging, which enables V2G and related technologies, as a necessary part of the future EV ecosystem (California may soon mandate the capability for all new EVs). Vehicle-to-home, which… Read more »

Revel adds Kia Niro EVs to its NYC electric rideshare fleet

Brooklyn-based electric mobility and infrastructure Revel plans to diversify its EV rideshare fleet, adding 50 Kia Niro EVs to the 230 Tesla Model Ys and Model 3s it already has in service in New York City. Revel’s first Niros will be on the road by the end of June, available to rideshare customers for pick-up… Read more »

Revel expands Superhub network in NYC, adding 136 public charging stalls

Revel’s bright blue electric scooters and Tesla taxis have become high-visibility features of the New York City streetscape, and the company is testing smart charging and V2G applications at its charging sites. Now Brooklyn-based Revel has announced plans to open five new fast charging Superhubs in NYC, adding a total of 136 public charging stalls…. Read more »

Revel receives $50 million in financing to expand its Superhub fast charging network

Revel has secured $50 million in debt financing from BlackRock Alternatives, which it will use to grow its network of public EV fast-charging Superhubs in urban areas across the country. Revel opened its flagship Superhub in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn in 2021, and the company plans to open additional sites in major US cities in 2023. All… Read more »

Revel, Fermata and NineDot launch grid-connected V2G system in NYC

E-mobility and infrastructure provider Revel, clean energy developer NineDot Energy and V2G innovator Fermata Energy have launched a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) project that they say is the first one to be connected to New York City’s electrical grid. The bidirectional charging system, which is now live at Revel’s Red Hook, Brooklyn warehouse, can both charge EVs… Read more »

EvGateway and Ampcontrol to provide Revel with smart charging software

Revel’s bright blue electric scooters, and now its bright blue Tesla taxis, have become high-visibility features of the New York City streetscape (the rideshare provider also operates in Washington DC, Miami and San Francisco). Now Revel has selected software vendor Ampcontrol and network infrastructure provider EvGateway to supply a software solution to optimize charging at… Read more »

Ampcontrol raises $10 million in financing for EV fleet charging software

US-headquartered Ampcontrol has secured $10 million in Series A financing from The Westly Group, along with existing investors AngelPad and Lorimer Ventures. Ampcontrol will use the funds to continue development of its AI-powered charging platform designed to reduce energy costs and EV charger downtime. The company says more than 20 fleet operators, including WattEV, First… Read more »