Geotab and Atom Power partner on new EV fleet charging management platform

IoT and connected transportation specialist Geotab has partnered with Atom Power to add complex fleet analytics to Geotab’s fleet management platform. Atom Power’s EV charging platform includes a proprietary UL-listed solid-state digital circuit breaker that’s designed to increase charging capacity, as well as an integrated energy management system that enables continuous monitoring, metering and management… 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 »

Kindred and KORE cooperate on battery modules for vintage vehicles

Kindred Motorworks, a San Francisco Bay Area producer of modernized vintage vehicles, has partnered with Idaho-based KORE Power, a developer of battery cell technology, to supply battery modules for the electrified models in the Kindred lineup. The first two Kindred vehicles that will use KORE’s technology are its VW Bus and its 3100 pickup truck,… Tags: , ,

Panasonic Energy constructing EV battery factory in Kansas

Panasonic Energy has begun construction on a facility in De Soto, Kansas, to produce 2170 cylindrical battery cells. The company plans to begin mass production by March 2025 and, after completion of the facility, hopes to maintain annual total production capacity of approximately 30 GWh. Two contractors from the Kansas City area, Emery Sapp &… Read more »

Price Waterhouse predicts electric trucks will take over by 2035

A new report from Price Waterhouse Coopers Strategy (PwC) predicts that zero-emission trucks will be outperforming legacy ICE trucks about a decade from now. The dawn of electrified trucking: Routes to decarbonising commercial vehicles forecasts that by 2030, zero-emission vehicles (battery-electric or fuel cell) will account for a third of all trucks in Europe, North… Read more »

Adamas Intelligence says LFP cell deployment is up 237% in H1 2022

The latest biannual report on the global EV market from Adamas Intelligence highlights expanding EV sales, as well as the growing popularity of LFP battery chemistries, in the first half of 2022. In the first half of 2022, 6.23 million new passenger EVs were registered around the world—an increase of 42% compared to the same… Read more »

CLEAResult wins $2-million grant for California multifamily EV charging project

Austin, Texas-based CLEAResult, a provider of energy efficiency and decarbonization solutions, has received a $2-million grant under the California Energy Commission’s Reliable, Equitable, and Accessible Charging for multifamily Housing (REACH) program. The project funded by the grant will deploy at least 100 Level 2 EV charging ports to serve 300 multifamily households. Some 70% of… Read more »

The Mobility House to provide smart charging solution for New York City Transit

Smart charging specialist The Mobility House has been selected by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to deploy its smart charging and energy management solution ChargePilot for New York City Transit (NYCT), the largest public bus fleet operator in the US. During a year-long pilot program, The Mobility House will manage charging for 27 charge ports across… Read more »

EvoCharge launches new line of 40-amp charging stations

EvoCharge, a manufacturer of EVSE and cable management solutions, has launched a new line of 40-amp charging stations. The new models deliver higher power output than the company’s existing 32-amp chargers—EvoCharge says they can add up to 30 miles of range per hour of charging. The new models are equipped with Ethernet ports, which can… Read more »