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ClipperCreek, a leading manufacturer of residential and commercial electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), announced its new ruggedised dual electric vehicle (EV) charging station solution, the HCS-D40R. The HCS-D40R is a 32 Amp, level 2 hardwired station that installs onto a single dedicated 40A circuit and can charge two vehicles simultaneously.
Mobility options in cities are becoming more and more diverse. People go by foot, bike, or e-bike, take buses, trams, or trains, drive their own cars, and in the future will even travel in driverless cars. There are also new options for flight: in conurbations, autonomous flying taxis or drones could transport people or time-critical goods and medications.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced its decision to issue Uber London Limited (ULL) with a two-month private hire operator licence ahead of consideration of any potential further licensing application.
South Korean auto parts supplier, MS Autotech, will contract manufacture Byton’s M-Byte SUV in South Korea through its subsidiary Myongshin. As per the deal, Myongshin will produce more than 50,000 EVs for Future Mobility Corp (FMC), Byton’s parent company.
General Motors is bringing millions of Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac owners the ability to add convenience and productivity to their daily drives through a new in-vehicle Alexa experience coming in the first half of 2020.
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