General Motors and Delta Americas are working on extremely fast charging technology that can add 180 miles of range in just 10 minutes. Can you say, “game changer?”
The latest study by GTM Research finds there will be as many as 40,000,000 public and private EV chargers globally by the year 2030. Its assessment is based on a belief that EVs will represent 11% of the cars on the road by that date, according to coverage in PV Magazine
Welcome to today’s “Cleantech Talk Today” discussion of fresh electric vehicle (EV) news. In this daily podcast and video series, we talk about anything electric that moves, crawls, flies, rides, drives, swims, swings, or skips. Today we take a closer look at Zero Motorcycles, jump into an interesting Jaguar Electric Boat world speed record, and circle the topic of what it takes to go on a Tesla Model 3 road trip and what we need in the EV charging space overall for the masses to join the fun
It’s been a while since we checked in with Easycharge.me and found out what’s new with its innovative LEVIAMP charger, which delivers a premium, easy-to-use, ceiling-mounted vehicle charging solution to indoor garages. But the company has apparently been busy nailing down its proprietary tech and looking for angels to help it scale up production
Electric vehicles are becoming more and more technologically advanced and ever more popular among consumers. However, a big concern remains, how can we keep them charged? HEVO Power, a startup based in New York City, is working on just that
There are two primary segments of the public charging market that charging network operators are looking to tap. One segment of the market is all about “filling up” on the go. These operators want to help you charge up as fast as possible, much like gas stations do for gas cars. They’ll be built along expressways and at freeway entrances and exits. They’ll sport the highest speeds possible. In the US, evGo and ChargePoint are very much leaning into DC fast charging. In the US, there are companies like Greenway and Fastned
The Norwegian Electric Car Association took a Nissan LEAF and Hyundai Ioniq Electric on a road trip to see how they performed in warm weather. Previously the group had tested both cars as part of a 7-car cold weather test.
Minister Pierre Moreau presented on May 15th, 2018, at the Assemblée Nationale a law to establish a public DC fast charging (DCFC) network for electric vehicles around Québec. Hydro-Québec would be able to fix the rates of the public service DCFC for electrical vehicles so that deployment of DCFC is entirely financed by charging revenue
Details about the new EV charging network from Electrify America are beginning to emerge. As usual, there is more to the announcement than meets the eye.
Tesla recently posted a job opening for a Model Y engineer, suggesting it is moving forward with plans to produce its affordable electric SUV, but other companies are looking to get in on the fun as well