Tag : charge points
200 kerbside charge points are to be installed across Brent and Camden to bring electric charging to those without driveways and garages.
André ten Bloemendal, VP Europe for ChargePoint, discusses the outlook for electric transport being more promising than ever despite the impacts of COVID-19, its potential to … Read More »
The Algorithm People and Elmtronics have partnered to offer fleets an end-to-end solution; from fleet analysis and electrification through to infrastructure and optimisation.
Bosch has developed one of the biggest pan-European recharging networks, which drivers can access from one central app platform, spanning 150,000 charge spots in 16 European … Read More »
Figures from popular EV charge point mapping service Zap-Map, show that public charging locations now surpasses petrol stations for the first time.
Fastned will expand its electric vehicle rapid charge network in the north east of England, with five new fast charging ‘hubs’.
A British startup claims to have a solution for the 11.6m UK households currently unable to charge an EV at home, using retractable telescopic charge posts.
Engenie gets funding for 1,500-strong rapid charger network that will offer ultra-rapid chargers capable of recharging an EV in 10 minutes, as well as a focus … Read More »
An increase in EV charging sessions to more than half a million were witnessed by NewMotion in 2017, latest figures reveal.
Chargemaster forecasts half a million EVs will be on UK roads and more than one million public charging sessions per year on its Polar network by … Read More »
Businesses and individuals based in the Bristol area can now have their say on the future direction of the local electric vehicle charge point network ahead … Read More »
BluepointLondon, which has operated the Source London network since September 2014, says it’s ready to add 1,000 additional charge points across the Capital as the number … Read More »
North East independent EV charging installer Elmtronics has opened its third office in the UK as it pushes ahead with growth plans.
Drivers’ usage of electric vehicle charge points in Scotland is overtaking network expansion, although more research is needed on where points should be located.
Rapid charging points for electric vehicles are a more cost-effective way to reduce air pollution than slower on-street units, despite the latter being cheaper to install, … Read More »
Small businesses looking for more exclusive electric vehicle charging points can now access a new solution from European manufacturer Andersen.
Ecotricity has teamed up with Rolec EV to launch a new green charging offer, as it also reveals new pay-as-you-go charging rates for its Electric Highway … Read More »
The first few electric charge points have been installed under the Milton Keynes Go Ultra Low Cities infrastructure programme.
Chargemaster is to install 150 charging points in Lancashire following a successful bid by the county council to the Department for Transport’s Highway Maintenance Challenge Fund.
Additional funding for electric vehicles, charging infrastructure and the plug-in car grant has today been announced in the 2017 Budget by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Dutch energy company Alfen has published a free guide on smart chargers and their associated benefits.
BMW Group, Daimler, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group have committed to plans to launch a network of 400 ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles … Read More »
Southern Rail has announced improvement plans to its EV charging network at station car parks.
A business park in Basingstoke is supporting car drivers’ move to electric vehicles by installing rapid chargers.
Independent forecourt operator Motor Fuel Group (MFG) is imminently rolling out rapid chargers from ChargePoint Services across its 413-strong nationwide network.