ACEA urges EU policy makers to boost investment in charging infrastructure

ACEA urges EU policy makers to boost investment in charging infrastructure

Average CO2 emissions from new cars were 118.5 grams of CO2 per kilometre in 2017, or up 0.4% compared to 2016, according to data published by the European Environment Agency (EEA). This final data largely confirms the provisional 2017 figures, already published by the EEA in April last year.

11-12 June 2019
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Transparent factory in Dresden installs flexible, expandable electric charging infrastructure

Transparent factory in Dresden installs flexible, expandable electric charging infrastructure

The Transparent Factory in Dresden is expanding its electric charging infrastructure. Extra charging points have been installed at Volkswagen’s Dresden site as part of a joint venture with the start-up ChargeX. Just days after receiving CE certification, the start-up’s first charging solution anywhere in the world has officially come on stream.

EVgo introduces Autocharge Technology on its EV charging networking North America

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EVgo, a public fast charging network, became the first North American EV charging network to debut Autocharge technology. This innovative technology instantly recognises a customer’s vehicle and initiates automatic charging after a one-time registration, making it even easier for drivers to fast charge with EVgo.

ABB and Porsche partner to develop next generation EV chargers in Japan

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ABB and Porsche have entered into an agreement to deliver its market-leading electric vehicle infrastructure for Porsche Japan’s EVs, including Taycan, the automaker’s first fully electric car, set to enter the Japanese market in 2020.

Electreon to demonstrate wireless electric road charging technology in Sweden

Electreon to demonstrate wireless electric road charging technology in Sweden

The Swedish transport administration announced that the Smart road Gotland consortium, led by Electreon AB, a wholly owned subsidiary of Electreon Wireless, won a tender to demonstrate electric road technology in Sweden. The road, based on Electreon’s dynamic wireless charging technology, will be the first in the world to charge both an electric truck and bus while traveling.