Posts Tagged: char.gy

Spanish city of Valencia pilots public chargers in lampposts

Cities in Europe and elsewhere are being forced to come up with some innovative public charging solutions. Faced with the task of providing charging to residents who do not have assigned parking spaces, they need chargers that can be installed in large numbers throughout city centers, without consuming valuable space on already-crowded streets and sidewalks…. Read more »

char.gy secures contract to install London lamp post charging stations

Suburban dwellers can easily install EV chargers in their garages or driveways, but for millions of apartment-dwellers who rely on street parking, the problem of charging is a major obstacle to buying an EV. In London, 78% of households have no private parking spaces. A startup called char.gy has a possible solution: installing chargers in… Read more »

char.gy’s lamp post charging units: a solution to the on-street charging problem?

The problem of EV charging for drivers who rely on street parking (as do many apartment-dwellers in Europe and elsewhere) would seem to be a sticky one. But what if the solution were as close as the nearest streetlight? In 2017, German firm Ubitricity partnered with the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea to test… Read more »