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San Mateo County Readies $2,000 Grants for EV Charging Stations

March 26th, 2019 | by Charles W. Thurston

Grants for EV charging stations for multi-resident buildings and workplaces will be available later this year in San Mateo County, CA, under a $16 million program — the largest in the state thus far — aimed at accelerating the adoption and use of EVs in the area


Join Our Hubject × CleanTechnica Plug&Charge Webinar Today

March 21st, 2019 | by Sponsored Content

Join CleanTechnica’s Zachary Shahan in conversation with Barton Sidles, the Director of Corporate and Business Development at Hubject Inc.’s North American subsidiary, for a free webinar 21 March, at 9am PDT/12pm EDT.: register here to join the conversation live. This webinar will also be livestreamed on CleanTechnica’s Facebook page


How ISO 15118 ‘Plug&Charge’ Simplifies EV Charging & Drives EV Adoption: A Webinar With Hubject + CleanTechnica

March 17th, 2019 | by Sponsored Content

Plug&Charge, otherwise known as ISO/IEC 15118, is a robust communication protocol that will dramatically simplify electric vehicle charging by eliminating the need for apps, RFID cards, and credit cards to access chargers. Learn more about this technology in our free webinar featuring our own Zachary Shahan in conversation with Barton Sidles, the Director of Corporate and Business Development at Hubject Inc.’s North American subsidiary. The webinar is 21 March, at 9am PDT/12pm


Shell Acquires sonnen!

February 15th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Shell is diving off the deep end into energy storage with the acquisition of 100% of Germany energy storage and solution provider sonnen


Does The Renewable Energy & EV Wave Include Shell & BP?

February 15th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

The electric car world stops when Tesla shareholder calls happen, but another significant development occurred in late January when Shell New Energies US, LLL, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Shell, acquired Greenlots, an electric car charging software and hardware company. The acquisition raises questions about fossil-fuel companies and their approach with the electric vehicle charging landscape and profit expectations going forward


10 Big EV Charging Stories — #NewsBonanza

January 2nd, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

The EV charging stories have been building up, so here we go with another #NewsBonanza. Below are 10 notable EV charging stations we couldn't make time for, followed by 16 big EV charging stories we did cover before now


BNEF Future of Energy Summit Unveils New Energy Pioneers

April 10th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill

Bloomberg New Energy Finance announced the winners of its 2018 New Energy Pioneers award this week at its annual Future of Energy Summit in New York City, which is given to companies deemed to be leading the way in clean energy technologies and business transformation.


Current EV Charging Equipment Market & Innovation Trends, Part 2

February 24th, 2018 | by Kyle Field

The significant, constant usage of electricity from a single source like a plug-in vehicle has opened up a new market for grid-scale demand management. Grid-scale demand response bundles charging plug-in vehicles together into a single demand unit when they are using smart chargers connected to a utility. The utility can then have the charging speed throttled up and down to balance the electricity load on the grid.


Greenlots Working With Californian Utility For Turnkey Charging Solutions In Critical Spots

January 17th, 2018 | by Nicolas Zart

If you live in PG&E's utility network, there is a program you might be interested in checking out. Greenlots provides grid-enabled EV smart charging solutions that have caught the eyes of Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), which has launched a program that will help further the adoption of electric vehicles in the region. In particular, PG&E is working with Greenlots to roll out intelligent EV charging in the areas of most latent demand — at multifamily buildings, workplaces, and universities


Electric Car Life 101

September 1st, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Electric cars — great, fun, quick, clean, smooth, quiet, convenient to charge at home and work. But wait, what's life like with an electric car? How do you charge? Where do you charge? What do you need to charge? How do you protect the most valuable component of the car — the battery


Greenlots Grows Into Thailand & Beyond With New BMW ChargeNow Deal

August 4th, 2017 | by Kyle Field

GreenLots, an open standard charging network operator, has big plans to bring together public EV charging stations and battery storage with the power of its network and cloud technologies in order to level up EV charging infrastructure in Southeast Asia and North America. Greenlots was originally founded in Singapore in 2008 and has since scaled up into a global EV charging network operator, with operations in 13 countries and offices in North America


EV Charging Network Leaders Are …

December 11th, 2016 | by Cynthia Shahan

I still find it hard to believe that I am a "early adopter." Soon, I hope I will not be thinking "Why are there not more EV drivers?" Well, I do thank my lucky stars on this one. Primarily, I thank CleanTechnica.com and EVObsession.com for pointing me to "right drivelihood." But it's not just the cars and social support that make the EV movement. There's an entire "EV ecosystem" in place, and growing


North America’s Largest EV Charging Program — Pros & Cons

November 24th, 2016 | by Roy L Hales

On February 9, 2015, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) brought forward a proposal to install more than 25,000 EV charging stations within its territory. Readily embraced by environmentalists, the project faced opposition from ratepayers (questioning the value of this investment) and other EV charging service providers (who did not relish direct competition from a utility)



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