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Battery-Powered DC Fast Charger On Wheels

May 9th, 2020 | by Cynthia Shahan

With a growing electric vehicle market, there's a growing need for EV charging, including innovative EV charging solutions for edge cases. Lightning Systems recently announced an EV roadside assistance solution — the Lightning Mobile DC fast charger


Electric Car Charging Solutions Continue To Evolve

February 24th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

Electric car charging stations have been growing at an exponential rate. With every manufacturer planning to make the eventual transition towards electric vehicles, throwing up infrastructure has become a potentially lucrative investment. While the number of gas stations are declining, EV chargers continue to grow. EVAdoption points out that as of March 2019, there were over 63,000 level 2 and up charging stations in the


Electrify America Appreciation & Suggestions From A Frequent EV Charging Friend

January 15th, 2020 | by Cynthia Shahan

I absolutely appreciate the network of charging stations that Electrify America is providing. I used the network almost exclusively in a 4 state drive with a short-range electric vehicle (EV). I  drove the 2015 BMW i3 from Electrify America charging station to charging station from deep in Florida to the Appalachians and then back. I had some problems, some small delays, but never had to leave any group of stations without a charge. Yet, I think my suggestions should be taken seriously


EVgo Demonstrates Viable Business Model As Owner-Operator Of Fast-Charging Network

July 14th, 2019 | by Sponsored Content

At this relatively early stage of the EV transformation, no organizational structure for a charging-station operator has emerged that meets the needs of every location. It is unlikely that any single solution will prove a perfect fit everywhere, as each has its strengths and weaknesses. EVgo* has advanced an approach as a non-utility system owner-operator that has garnered national reach — in fact, the EVgo network is currently the largest public fast charging network in the United States


The Chicken Wins In Poland, And The Chicken Is Greenway

October 31st, 2018 | by Jacek Fior

I wonder how many times you have heard about the chicken and egg dilemma in the context of EV rollout and charging infrastructure. Should charging infrastructure come first to encourage EV buyers or should EV drivers come first to force the development of the charging infrastructure? I bet you've heard that more than actually necessary since market-driven changes usually happen simultaneously and opportunity attracts business initiatives from both teams — chickens and eggs


Our In-Depth Interview With Cleantech Rock Star Dale Vince, Founder Of Ecotricity

December 9th, 2017 | by Andy Miles

Many corporations, focused on the relentless pursuit of profits, make their money at the expense of the people, and the planet. The only proper purpose of any business is to serve the society in which it operates, and to contribute to the protection of the planet we all depend on for our existence. Ecotricity, founded by Dale Vince, is almost unique amongst UK energy companies in aiming to do just that. Although it makes money, that is only a means to achieve its main aim, environmental protection. Its main method of environmental protection is by supplying and developing renewable energy in the


Next Generation of EV Charging (#Electrifying Webinar with Peter Badik, GreenWay)

October 12th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

For years, it has been clear — electric car customers want superfast (not just "fast") charging available for long-distance travel. It has also been clear that only Tesla has looked out for its customers in regards to this. It wasn't until this year that any other charging companies really started offering products capable of this, and there still aren't any electric cars on the market that could charge more than 100 kW anyway — hence the lack of supply of non-Tesla superchargers


GreenPower Motor Company Uses CCS Charging Standard To Save Customers Money & Time

October 5th, 2017 | by Sponsored Content

GreenPower Motor Company has charged into the medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicle market with an array of vehicles that it designed and built from the ground up to be electric. Building the vehicles from the ground up allowed GreenPower to optimize the location of the batteries and the location and style of the motors, among other things



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