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Enel X and Washington utilities to add 550 Juicebox chargers to grid

Enel X, formerly EnerNOC and now the energy services arm of Italian energy company Enel, has partnered with two Washington utilities, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and Seattle City Light, to launch new smart charging programs in the Bellevue and Seattle areas. In total, the two projects will provide more than 550 Enel X JuiceBox smart… Read more »

Enel Group folds eMotorWerks into Enel X brand

Energy company Enel Group has folded its EV charging subsidiary eMotorWerks into its energy services business unit Enel X. Enel X will now offer the EV charging app JuicePass and eMotorWorks’s smart charging products, including: JuiceBox EV charging station JuiceNet IoT cloud software JuiceConnect software, which enables smart charging control when integrated with software from… Read more »

Giant utility Enel acquires charger manufacturer eMotorWerks

Enel has announced the acquisition of California-based eMotorWerks, which manufactures the JuiceBox line of charging stations and operates JuiceNet, an Internet of Things platform for the smart management of EV charging and distributed energy storage. Enel plans to incorporate the JuiceNet platform’s functionality in all of its EV charging stations. JuiceNet allows users to remotely schedule… Read more »

Efacec supplies 60 QC45 fast chargers for Benelux highway locations

The Portuguese firm Efacec Electric Mobility will supply 60 of its model QC45 quick chargers to be deployed at highway rest areas in the Netherlands and Belgium. The new chargers will be installed by EcoCare Milieutechniek and operated by Allego. Efacec’s QC45 is a multi-standard charger (CHAdeMO, CCS/Combo, AC Level 2) that features a color… Read more »

Los Angeles orders more Beam Global EV ARC off-grid solar charging systems

The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks has placed a third order for Beam Global EV ARC solar-powered charging systems, the agency’s largest order thus far. The off-grid systems will be used to fuel the city’s growing fleet of electric vehicles. Each EV ARC charging system fits in a standard parking space… Read more »

EV charging provider FreeWire expands to Europe, opens UK headquarters

FreeWire Technologies provides battery-integrated EV charging stations and energy management solutions. The company’s Boost Charger DC fast chargers are found at gas stations and other locations in several regions of the US. FreeWire has also been busy in Europe—it recently deployed a Boost Charger at a bp gas station in Milton Keynes, UK, and another… Read more »

Mike Albert Fleet Solutions introduces new EV fleet referral program

US fleet management company Mike Albert has announced its new Fleet Electrification Referral Program, which is designed to pair customers considering electrifying their fleets with charging providers. The program encompasses new partnerships with ChargePoint, Blink Charging and Enel X Way, and is designed to help fleet managers navigate end-to-end logistics, including charging infrastructure, government incentives,… Read more »

Volkswagen’s charging network now spans 27 countries

Volkswagen’s charging and energy brand Elli now offers access to 400,000 public charging points operated by more than 800 providers in 27 countries across Europe. The company says its network has doubled in size over the past 18 months, most recently by the addition of 24,000 Vattenfall charging stations in Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and… Read more »

US Army orders 367 EV ARC solar-powered EV chargers from Beam Global

Orders is orders, and the US Army is going electric. Executive Order 14057 (signed by President Biden in December 2021) calls for all new federal fleet vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035, and all light-duty vehicles must go green by 2027. That’s going to require federal agencies to get a lot of charging infrastructure set… Read more »

New California rule could increase participation in time-of-use rate programs

An increasing number of utilities are offering time-of-use (TOU) rate plans, which incentivize EV owners to schedule charging at off-peak times. However, as Canary Media reports, some utilities require customers to install redundant separate electrical meters at their own expense in order to take part in TOU programs, even though many EV charging stations can… Read more »