Hertz, Duke Energy, and the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research will test the system on their Nissan LEAFs over the next three months.
The Paradise of the Pacific is already a great place to drive an EV – islands around the world are expected to be early adopters of electrification, thanks to high fuel prices and short driving distances. This week, emission-free driving on Oahu became even more convenient, as gas station operator Aloha Petroleum installed AeroVironment DC… Read more »
The new solution features a mobile app called WattStation Connect, which EV drivers can use to locate the nearest WattStation charger.
Gothenburg, Sweden will be installing two ultra-fast Opbrid Bůsbaar charging stations, which will charge three Volvo plug-in hybrid buses, as part of the HyperBus project.
The International Transport Forum at the OECD has released a new report called “Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles: Made for each other?”
The company’s 55 battery switch stations, located in Israel and Denmark, are in the final stages of a four-month testing period.
The stations will be located in multi-residential buildings and monthly parking garages, and will use Coulomb’s Level 2 chargers powered by the ChargePoint Network.
The state of Colorado has passed a new law that will allow anybody – not just utilities – to resell electricity.
Two British companies have an ambitious plan to create a network of 10,000 public EV charging stations across the UK.
Empire State EV owners should see their range anxiety steadily receding. Charging station manufacturer Coulomb Technologies announced this week that it has partnered with power provider National Grid to extend Coulomb’s ChargePoint Network throughout New York State. The company received a million bucks in funding (part of a promised $4.4 million) from the New York… Read more »