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The Charging market in Europe and the US: EVBox explains the difference

Since EV charging company EVBox was founded in the Netherlands in 2010, it has grown to see its charging stations in over 30 countries around the world, powering nearly 1,000 cities. “On a global level, we have more than 50,000 connected smart charging stations. We have the largest installed base worldwide,” EVBox CEO Kristof Vereenooghe… Read more »

EVBox customizes its commercial charging solution for the US market

Europe-based charging station manufacturer EVBox unveiled a new Level 2 charging station for the North American market at the recent CES in Las Vegas. In order to design its new charger, EVBox embarked on an extensive research trip to California, where it gathered input from EV drivers, parking valets, facility managers, and installers. It found… Read more »

EVBox installs 50,000th charging station at Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator

Charging station manufacturer EVBox has installed its 50,000th charging station at the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), an organization that provides office space and other amenities to local clean-tech start-ups. “We’re building a state-of-the-art EV Showcase where we can demonstrate a variety of smart charging equipment, EVs and mobility solutions,” said LACI Chief Partnerships Officer… Read more »

CharIN announces 5th North America Conference and Testival

The Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN) is a trade association that promotes the Combined Charging Standard (CCS). A major aspect of its work is to facilitate real-world testing of its members’ products. Now CharIN has announced that the 5th North America Conference and Testival will take place at Lucid Motors Headquarters in Newark, California on November… Read more »

Charge Now for Business offers a turnkey charging solution for European fleets

Digital Charging Solutions (DCS) has teamed up with the EVBox Group and The Mobility House to launch a new fleet charging solution in the DACH region (Germany [D], Austria [A] and Switzerland [CH]—get it?). Charge Now for Business features EVBox’s hardware and intelligent Everon software, as well as The Mobility House’s energy management system. The… Read more »

UK charging platform Bonnet raises $1.3 million in new funding

UK startup Bonnet has raised £920,000 ($1.3 million) in new funding, including £850,000 in an equity financing round led by Ascension Ventures and a £70,000 grant from Innovate UK and OZEV (government-funded entities that promote the British EV industry). Bonnet is a charging platform designed to simplify paying for public charging. There are currently over… Read more »

Franklin Energy plans enormous public charging hub at London shopping center

EVSE provider Franklin Energy plans to construct a gigantic 236-bay EV charging hub at Brent Cross Shopping Centre in North London. The public charging station will part of Franklin’s LiFe Network, and will use chargers built by EVBox. Franklin Energy will build the mega-hub in several phases. Initially, fifty 22 kW AC charging points and… Read more »

Read past issues of Charged – Electric Vehicles Magazine

< Newer Issues Issue 40 – November/December 2018 Featuring: Churning out EVs: TDK has built a fully automated manufacturing line for its DC link capacitors Top circuit protection considerations for DC fast chargers, a new class of high-voltage consumer electronics Audi joins the class of 2019 with the e-tron PlugStar aims to break the EV… Read more »

Ten charging operators form UK/Nordic roaming partnership

Ten charge point operators have agreed to form a roaming partnership that will allow EV drivers in the United Kingdom and Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden) access to public charging stations with a single subscription by the end of 2019. The operators include Allego, EVBox, and NewMotion, which initiated the agreement, as well… Read more »

The EV industry sees problems with California’s proposal to mandate credit card readers for public chargers

In California, there is a controversial plan to require credit card readers on all public charging stations, including retrofitting already installed units. California’s Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Open Access Act (Senate Bill 454, which passed in 2013) mandates open access to public charging stations – that is, a driver doesn’t have to be a member… Read more »