Major Austrian energy provider Wien Energie is exploring the use of DLT for electric car charging stations.
Source: Largest Austrian Energy Provider Debuts DLT-Based E-Car Charger
Energy tech start-up Verv has raised £6.5 million in its Series A fundraising drive, with plans to continue its international expansion.
Source: Verv secures £6.5 million investment to continue international push | Current News
It is poised to become the first city in the world with such infrastructure, as part of an effort to deploy only electric taxis by 2023.
Source: Oslo, Norway to install wireless electric chargers for taxi fleet | Utility Dive
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They’re still listed in the app; they just don’t appear to show the new real-time charging information. Other charging networks from Source London appear to be partially mapped by Google’s app.
Source: Google Maps now tells you if an EV charging station is in use – The Verge
The State of Hawaii Public Utilities Commission has approved a pilot program for special time-of-use rates for electric bus charging. Hawaiian Electric says the new rates encourage reliance on solar energy.
Source: Hawaii PUC Approves Special Electric Bus Rate Pilot
During a call, executives of VW, BMW and Daimler have agreed on a common approach towards electric mobility following Volkswagen’s recent demand for technological clarity. Insiders report the trio being in agreement that the near future belongs to battery-electric vehicles. In the coming decade, electric mobility will be the only technology to enable carmakers to […]
Source: ‘Das Auto’ is to be battery-electric – electrive.com
Ford Motor Company is expanding its manufacturing capacity in Michigan, with plans that include adding a second North American plant for the automaker’s next-generation battery electric vehicles.
Source: Ford Expands Next-Generation Electric Vehicle Production
The Volkswagen Group has just announced that over the next ten years it will build 22 million electric vehicles on company-owned electric-platforms, which means some seven million more than previously planned. It will also increase the number of electric models. At the end of last year, when the EU decided to reduce the CO2 emissions of […]
Source: VW aiming for 22 million electric cars by 2030 – electrive.com
WiTricity has acquired some electric vehicle charging technology from Qualcomm, making it the 800-pound-gorilla in the wireless EV space.
Source: WiTricity Is Buying Qualcomm Halo’s Wireless Electric Car Charging Tech