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EVBox invests in its US production facility and workforce

Dutch EV equipment supplier EVBox has announced a new investment in its North American production facility in Libertyville, Illinois, which will assemble EVBox’s new, 4th-generation commercial DC fast charging station, the EVBox Troniq Modular. The latest round of investment will create 45 jobs, and the employee count is expected to double before the year’s end…. Read more »

EVBox reaches milestone: 500,000 EV charging ports shipped worldwide

EV equipment supplier EVBox reports delivery to date of 500,000 charging ports to customers around the world, reaching what it terms a milestone in its goal of supplying one million ports by 2025. The company offers a variety of products for different use cases, including EVBox Liviqo for commercial and workplace charging, EVBox Livo for… Read more »

EVBox launches new Troniq Modular Compact fast charger

EVBox introduced its Troniq Modular DC fast charging platform in the European market last year. Now the company has launched the EVBox Troniq Modular Compact, a more compact (2.03 m high) solution designed for sites such as underground parking garages or city center locations, where station footprint or height might be constrained. The Troniq Modular… Read more »

EVBox’s new Livo home charging station

Charger manufacturer EVBox has introduced a new residential charging station. The EVBox Livo features intelligent charging features designed to optimize charging times and take advantage of potential savings. The EVBox Livo is available in several variants, with power output of 7.4 kW, 11 kW or 22 kW; and with fixed-cable, socket and socket-with-shutter options. The… Read more »

EVBox partners with Q8 and Tango Electric to offer fleet charging solutions

The EVBox Group has teamed up with Belgian charging provider Q8 to offer a new fleet charging solution. EVBox will supply the charging stations, and Q8 will handle installation and after-sales services. Employees with an electric company car will be able to charge at their offices using an EVBox BusinessLine charging station, or at home… Read more »

Bridgestone to roll out up to 3,500 EVBox public chargers in Europe

Tire manufacturer and retailer Bridgestone has formed a long-term partnership with the EVBox Group to deploy up to 3,500 EVBox AC and DC charging ports, powered by EVBox charging management software. The installations will take place across Bridgestone’s European retail and service network, which includes brands such as Speedy and First Stop. Bridgestone’s retail network… Read more »

EVBox Group to go public in SPAC deal

EVBox, a provider of charging hardware and software, has announced plans to go public through a merger with a company called TPG Pace Beneficial Finance (NYSE: TPGY). EVBox’s current owner, the French multinational utility ENGIE, will retain an ownership stake of over 40 percent, and will continue as a key partner of EVBox. The business… Read more »

EVBox’s next-gen commercial EV charger arrives in North America

Charger manufacturer EVBox’s latest Level 2 commercial charging station has received UL certification, and is now available across North America. The new EVBox Iqon is designed for workplaces, parking facilities and public locations such as shopping centers and hotels. All EVBox chargers feature Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) interoperability, which enables users to choose the… Read more »

UK water utility Severn Trent to install 176 EVBox dual charging stations

Severn Trent, a provider of water for around 8 million people in the Midlands of England and part of Wales, is working toward electrifying its entire vehicle fleet by 2030. It has selected Amsterdam-based EVBox to provide 352 charging points at operational sites, offices and transport workshops throughout its service area. EVBox has installed over… Read more »

EVBox and has·to·be link networks to offer seamless EV charging throughout Europe

Charging station manufacturer EVBox and eMobility platform provider has·to·be have teamed up to grant each other’s customers reciprocal access to the two companies’ charging networks. Both companies have integrated Open Charge Point Interface (OCPI) standards into their software, so they can communicate with various charging station management systems. The new partnership ensures that has·to·be customers… Read more »