The Infrastructure

EO charging installs 40 smart chargers for London logistics firm

UK-based EVSE manufacturer EO Charging has completed the installation of 40 EO smart chargers for London-based logistics firm Gnewt Cargo. Gnewt Cargo, a last-mile city logistics operator that has its main depot in the Bow area of London, has commissioned a total of 63 EO smart chargers, connected by two eoHUBs, to keep its 100%… Read more »

E-bus maker Proterra orders 57 fast chargers from Tritium

US electric bus builder Proterra has placed an order with Australian EVSE manufacturer Tritium for 57 Veefil-RT 50 kW DC fast chargers.  The chargers will be manufactured at Tritium’s recently opened manufacturing facility in Torrance, California, and will be available to Proterra customers across the US. Tritium worked closely with the Proterra team to provide… Read more »

Tritium announces European expansion, opens EU HQ in The Netherlands

Australia-based EVSE manufacturer Tritium has opened a new European headquarters in Amsterdam. The facility will be the center for its European sales program, and will house a training and accreditation unit for technical service and customer support. It also has the capability to customize Tritium’s products to meet local market needs and specific customer requirements…. Read more »

UK government awards 30 million quid for V2G projects

The UK government is awarding almost £30 million ($41.5 million) to 21 vehicle-to-grid R&D projects, which will demonstrate how energy stored in EV batteries could be borrowed by the electricity system during peak hours. Led by EDF Energy, the V2GO program will be a large-scale demonstration of V2G charging in Oxford using 100 electric fleet… Read more »

EVgo cuts prices for fast charging

Charging network operator EVgo has announced reduced and simplified pricing that goes into effect immediately. The new pricing policy offers two options: the Pay As You Go plan offers a per-minute rate with no additional session fees; the Membership plan has a $9.99/month fee and offers EVgo’s lowest per-minute rate. Pricing will vary by region…. Read more »

eMotorWerks expands to Europe

eMotorWerks, the charging solution provider recently acquired by multinational utility Enel, has announced its expansion into Europe. The company has set up its European headquarters in Berlin, as well as offices in London and Paris. eMotorWerks has also secured CE certification for its line of smart-grid-integrated JuiceBox charging products, which complement Enel’s DC fast charging… Read more »

Blink Charging secures listing on Nasdaq Capital Market, rings opening bell

Blink Charging, an operator of EV charging services, is now listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbols BLNK and BLNKW. To commemorate the event, Executive Chairman Michael D. Farkas and CEO Mike Calise got to ring the Nasdaq opening bell. Blink’s previously announced underwritten public offering raised over $18 million, which the company… Read more »