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Use Europe’s Electricity Underuse To Promote Electric Cars

April 15th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Electricity distribution networks in Europe run at well below their full potential, finds a new study from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP). The findings show that the unused network capacity could be utilized for charging electric vehicles with little or no need for additional capacity. Smart pricing and smart grid technologies will be the keys

Renault Acquires 25% of Jedlix, Smart Charging Startup

October 14th, 2017 | by Cynthia Shahan

Groupe Renault is launching a new smartphone app, Z.E. Smart Charge, as part a fresh new partnership with Jedlix. Renault never slows down, and its 25% investment in this Dutch startup focused on smart charging is another expansion of its ecosystem approach to electric vehicles

Europe’s 1st Urban Fast Charging Station — In The Hague, Holland

December 2nd, 2016 | by Roy L Hales

Billions of euros are being invested into Europe's EV market. Most of the industry's best known vehicles are available. The race to build the infrastructure, which can help make them the vehicle of choice, lags behind. Ford, Volkswagen Group, BMW Group, and Daimler are entering into the race with joint plans to develop 400 sites by 2020. However, Fastned has already built 55 stations throughout the Netherlands and, on December 1, announced the opening of Europe's 1st "Urban Fast Charging Station" in The Hague, Holland, the Netherlands

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