Posts Tagged: EVs in the Netherlands

Ecotap and Allego to deploy 4,500 public chargers in the Netherlands

The Dutch provinces of Gelderland and Overijssel have awarded charger manufacturer Ecotap and charging solution provider Allego a contract to install and operate 4,500 public charging points in 43 cities. The new chargers will make the maximum possible use of sustainably generated energy from local energy coops, and will automatically reduce charging speeds during peak… Read more »

New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout strategy

As the worldwide fleet of EVs expands, it’s becoming clear that governments around the world need to make significant investments in public charging infrastructure. However, there are few examples to follow in developing an effective rollout strategy. A new study, published in the journal Energy Policy, aims to guide policy makers in the deployment of… Read more »

Amsterdam airport taxis switch from Tesla Model S to Model X

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is famous among travelling EV enthusiasts for its fleet of 167 Model S taxis. Now fleet operator BIOS-groep plans to trade the S for an X, replacing all of its Model S sedans with roomy Model X crossovers. BIOS-groep collaborated with Tesla to install its own on-site charging solution. Level 2 AC… Read more »

Allego to operate fast charging at Shell stations in Netherlands and UK

Netherlands-based charging operator Allego has partnered with Shell to install and operate DC fast chargers at selected Shell stations in the Netherlands and the UK. The new 50 kW chargers are expected to be operational by the end of 2017. The first locations will be in Greater London, Derby and Randstad in the western Netherlands…. Read more »

EV-Box to supply 4,000 public charging stations for Rotterdam

The Municipality of Rotterdam, Holland plans to install 4,000 public charging points by 2018 – 1,800 in the city itself and the rest in the surrounding region. EV-Box, a charging solution provider headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in Antwerp, Paris, London and New York and a network of some 40,000 chargers, will provide the charging… Read more »