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Tesla launches CCS adapter for $250, enabling drivers to access public chargers

By Ryan Sanderson / October 28, 2022
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Tesla has officially launched its CCS adapter in North America which enables Tesla drivers to use non-Tesla fast charging stations. The adapter costs $250 and is compatible with most newer

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WiTricity licenses wireless charging tech to Wiferion

By Ryan Sanderson / August 23, 2022
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Wiferion have licensed wireless charging technology from WiTricity. Wiferion is a provider of mobile power supplies for a range of industrial applications that are specifically designed for use with wireless

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California becomes first state to roll out submetering technology to spur EV adoption

By Ryan Sanderson / August 22, 2022
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The move by California regulators to approve protocols on submetering technology to enable EV owners to measure energy consumption separately from their other utility consumption is positive for EV owners,

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EVgo and Delta Electronics announce strategic collaboration to advance nationwide access to EV charging

By Ryan Sanderson / August 22, 2022
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Evgo’s newly announced supply agreement with Delta Electronics reinforces the growing demand, not just for EV charging station infrastructure in general, but for the correct balance between standard charging and

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Electric-car charging stations are becoming more common, but there’s still one huge problem: Tons of them don’t work

By Ryan Sanderson / June 8, 2022
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A recent survey conducted in California, USA revealed that out of 181 DC fast chargers visited, only 72.5% were functional. Whilst this is only a small sample of the total

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ABB, Shell to launch first nationwide EV charging network in Germany

By Ryan Sanderson / May 26, 2022
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ABB E-Mobility and Shell announced an agreement this week for 200 360kW Terra EV chargers to be made available across Germany in the next 12 months. The launch of this

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Infineon’s new Battery Management ICs

By Ryan Sanderson / May 18, 2022
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Infineon has expanded its battery monitoring and balancing range with several new chips designed for use in battery management systems (BMS). The TLE9012DQU is its latest analog front-end battery monitor,

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Rivian CEO warns of looming electric-vehicle battery shortage

By Ryan Sanderson / April 22, 2022
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EV manufacturer Rivian voiced its concerns over the EV battery supply chain in a recent article, claiming that all the world’s current battery cell production amounts for under 10% of

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BP chooses Tritium for next move toward global EV charging expansion

By Ryan Sanderson / April 22, 2022
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Just a month since BP Pulse announced a plan to triple its EV charging point deployments in the UK to over 16,000 by 2030 it has entered into a global

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Tesla set to open up UK Supercharger network soon

By Ryan Sanderson / April 6, 2022
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Rumours of Tesla opening its Supercharger network to other EV users in the UK have emerged. The move that could apparently happen within the coming weeks, follows a similar agreement

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