Artur Sychov

Electric Car Charging In The City (#Electrifying Webinar)

Our “Electric Car Charging in the City” webinar is starting in a mere seconds! You can watch, ask questions, and make comments on Zoom or on our Facebook page.

As noted yesterday, this #Electrifying webinar features a discussion between Artur Sychov (Founder & CEO of EasyCharge.me), Kyle Field (CleanTechnica’s VP of Business Development & Chief EV Reviewer), and me. We will chat about the EV charging solutions at hand, the challenges, the way forward, and how we envision the next 1–17 years in the automotive/transport world.

Charging In The City (#Electrifying Webinar)

With the next-generation Nissan LEAF, Chevy Bolt, and Tesla Model 3 all making fully electric transport much more practical for normal households, we are entering another phase of the electric vehicle revolution. However, they still hold at their core a double-edged technicality — they offer luxuriously convenient home charging for people who can charge at home, but keeping them conveniently charged if you don’t have home charging can be a mighty challenge.

EasyCharge.me — Making Charging Easy (Fully Charged Video)

Need a charge? Just swing the arm of a LEVIAMP down from the ceiling and plug in your electric car. It seems so easy and logical, yet took till now for the invention to come to fruition. With the desire to create a nice-looking charging station that tucks away well, Artur Sychov, recently invented the device and founded EasyCharge.me.

Artur will be a presenter and panelist at our upcoming Cleantech Revolution Tour conference, but we also ran across a great “Fully Charged” video of what he has created that seemed worth a story itself.

5 New #CleantechRevolution Speakers Joining Us In Berlin & Wroclaw!

Revolution is a brewing. In two weeks, we will be in the midst of our second Cleantech Revolution Tour conference in Berlin, and our 4th overall. We have a tremendous lineup of speakers and panelists scheduled for Berlin and Wroclaw, and a unique format that will result on some practical end products.

Additionally, this year’s series brings “tour” into the agenda in a deeper way — with each conference held in two cities.