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  • The Top 5 EV Trends for 2021

    2021 is shaping up to be a big year for electric vehicles (EVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs). A confluence of factors will contribute to major growth and even wider adoption of this already popular and energy-efficient mode of transportation. Let’s take a look at five major EV trends like...
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  • Germany increases funding for residential charging station subsidies to €800 million

    In order to achieve the climate targets in transport by 2030, Germany need 14 million e- vehicles. Therefore, Germany support the rapid and reliable nationwide development of EV charging infrastructure. Faced with heavy demand for grants for residential charging stations, the German government ha...
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  • China Now Has Over 1 Million Public Charging Points

    China is the world largest electric vehicle market and not surprisingly, has the world’s highest number of charging points. According to the China Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Promotion Alliance (EVCIPA) (via Gasgoo), as of the end of September 2021, there were 2.223 million ind...
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  • How to charge an electric car in UK ?

    Charging an electric car is more straightforward than you’d think, and it’s getting easier and easier. It still takes a little planning compared to a traditional internal combustion engined machine, in particular on longer journeys, but as the charging network grows and the battery ra...
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  • Why does Level 2 is the most convenient way to charge your EV at home ?

    Before we figure out this question, we need to know what is Level 2. There are three levels of EV charging available, distinguished by the different rates of electricity delivered to your car.   Level 1 charging Level 1 charging means simply plugging the battery-operated vehicle into a standard, ...
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  • How much does it cost to charge an electric car in UK ?

    The details surrounding EV charging and the cost involved are still hazy to some. We address the key questions here.   How much does it cost to charge an electric car? One of the many reasons for choosing to go electric is for money saving. In many instances, electricity is cheaper than tradition...
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  • UK Proposes Law To Switch Off EV Home Chargers During Peak Hours

    Going into effect next year, a new law aims to protect the grid from excessive strain; it won’t apply to public chargers, though. The United Kingdom plans to pass legislation that will see EV home and workplace chargers being switched off at peak times to avoid blackouts. Announced by Trans...
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  • Will Shell Oil Become An Industry Leader In EV Charging?

    Shell, Total and BP are the three Europe-based oil multinationals, that started getting into the EV charging game back in 2017, and now they at every stage of the charging value chain. One of the major player in the UK charging market is Shell. At numerous petrol stations (aka forecourts), Shell ...
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  • California helps fund largest deployment of electric semis yet—and charging for them

    California environmental agencies plan to launch what they claim will be the largest deployment of heavy-duty electric commercial trucks in North America thus far. The South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD), California Air Resources Board (CARB), and California Energy Commission (CEC)...
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  • Japanese Market Did Not Jump Start, Many EV Chargers Were Rarely Used

    Japan is one of the countries that was early to the EV game, with the launch of Mitsubishi i-MIEV and Nissan LEAF more than a decade ago.   The cars were supported by incentives, and the rollout of AC charging points and DC fast chargers that utilize the Japanese CHAdeMO standard (for severa...
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  • UK Government Wants EV Charge Points To Become A ‘British Emblem’

    Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has expressed his desire to make a British electric car charge point that becomes as “iconic and recognisable as the British phone box”. Speaking this week, Shapps said the new charge point would be unveiled at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow this November. Th...
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  • The USA Government Just Changed the EV Game.

    The EV revolution is already under way, but it may have just had its watershed moment. The Biden administration announced a target for electric vehicles to make up 50% of all vehicle sales in the U.S. by 2030 early on Thursday. That includes battery, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell electric vehicles...
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