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ChargePoint Gets GE’s EVSE Network

June 28, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Nearly 10,000 Home & Commercial Charging Spots in U.S.
To Be Switched Over in a Manner as ‘Seamless as Possible’

ChargePoint is taking charge of GE Industrial’s EVSE/electric vehicle supply equipment business, and will integrate some 1,800 commercial and 8,000 residential charging spots in the U.S. into its own system of nearly 36,000 charging locations.

ChargePoint said late Wednesday that it’s raised $125 million
in its Series G funding round, including $43 million from Siemens, “catapulting European expansion efforts.”

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ChargePoint Power via U.S. Bank Card

June 9, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Voyager Fleet Card to Pay for Electricity for EVs

ChargePoint and U.S. bank have announced a partnership whereby fleet operators of electric vehicles will be able to pay for their electricity at ChargePoint outlets using the financial providers Voyager Fleet Card.
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TM4 and Cummins Form J.V. for PHEVs

May 15, 2017 in Companies, Electric Drive, EVs, EVSE, Hybrids, transit by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘TM4’s Expertise and Real-Road Experience Will Be Instrumental’

Citing its experience in the China market, TM4 announced last week a joint venture with Cummins to develop a PHEV/plug-in hybrid electric vehicle powertrain for “for Class 7/8 transit buses that can reduce fuel consumption by at least 50% over conventional hybrid buses.
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ChargePoint & Uber: Flying High, Higher

May 8, 2017 in ACT Expo 2017, Aviation, EVs, EVSE, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Deal With Uber Could, As They Say, Change Everything

ChargePoint, the leading supplier of networked chargers for electric vehicles, has teamed with Uber in support of a global vertical takeoff and landing transportation network.
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CSE to Help CEC Further EV Charging

April 22, 2017 in EVs, EVSE, Infrastructure, money awarded by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

ARFVTP Award to Help Expand Electric Vehicle Charging Network
‘Changes the Landscape of Electric Vehicle Charging in California’

The California Energy Commission is increasing funding to support the state’s electric vehicle charging network with an initial grant of $15 million to the San Diego-based Center for Sustainable Energy.
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BMW for Nat’l Park EV Chargers – 100?

April 20, 2017 in Electric Drive, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

First is at Thomas Edison National Historical Park in New Jersey

BMW is talking up a new agreement to install as many as 100 electric vehicle chargers in and around America’s national parks. “Calling on the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship of Thomas Edison,” the automaker and partners including the National Park Foundation, the National Park Service, and the U.S. Department of Energy, launched the initiative at the Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange, N.J. this week.
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BYD Battery Trucks for Bay Area Goodwill

April 10, 2017 in delivery vehicles, EVs, EVSE, Fleet Order, refuse by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Ten Class 6 Delivery Vehicles and a Class 8 Refuse Truck

SF Goodwill and partners including vehicle supplier BYD said today that the charitable organization will deploy 11 all-battery electric trucks in the San Francisco Bay Area, covering Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties.
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GSA Nod for Apollo for ChargePoint EVSE

April 7, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Federal Fleet Buyer Awards Blanket Purchase Agreement

Apollo Sunguard has been awarded a BPA/blanket purchase agreement by the GSA Fleet arm of the federal General Services Administration. The company is a distributor of ChargePoint chargers (aka EVSE, for electric vehicle supply equipment).
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Tritium Expanding Charger Service Team

March 28, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Firm Is Looking for Technicians to Support the U.S. Market

Tritium is looking for EVSE/electric vehicle support equipment service technicians in the U.S. as it tackles the American market – the Brisbane, Australia-based manufacturer of Veefil brand fast DC electric vehicle chargers opened an office in Torrance, Calif., last month.
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AeroVironment for eMotorWerks Cloud

March 28, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

AV Chargers Getting ‘JuiceNet’ Smart-Grid Capability

AeroVironment and eMotorWerks are teaming to offer better connectivity for EVSE/electric vehicle support equipment. AeroVironment’s line of EV chargers is being integrated with eMotorWerks’ “JuiceNet” system for cloud-connected smart-grid charging.
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EVgo Fields High- Power ABB Charger

March 1, 2017 in EVs, EVSE, milestones, Research, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

At 150 Kilowatts, It’s Triple the Standard DC Fast Charger
With the Potential for a Super-Fast 350-Kilowatt Upgrade

EVgo, which claims the nation’s largest network of high-speed electric vehicle chargers, reported an EVSE/electric vehicle support equipment milestone with the deployment of a 150-kilowatt research unit from ABB in Fremont, Calif. – “providing a charge which is three times faster than what is available today.” updated March 3
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Rocky Mtn High Speed & AC Charging

February 6, 2017 in EVs, EVSE, Infrastructure, utilities by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

PacifiCorp’s Rocky Mountain Power for Interstate Corridors
And Regional Communities: DC Fast and AC Level 2 Charging,
Plus 200 EVs for Businesses and More Than 13,800 Rentals

PacifiCorp has been designated for a $3.9 million federal grant for its Rocky Mountain Power unit to install electric vehicle chargers in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. The “Electric Avenue” EVSE/electric vehicle support equipment grant will also, states an RMP release, “help businesses purchase 200 EVs and more than 13,800 electric rental vehicles.”
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ChargePoint Future with ‘Express Plus’

January 10, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE, Infrastructure by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Modular High Power ‘Designed for the Next Ten Years…’
The New EVSE System ‘Completes the Technology Offering
Required to Make Fully Electric Transit a Reality,’ Firm Says

ChargePoint has unveiled a high-power electric vehicle charger line dubbed “Express Plus,” stating that the modular system “charges up to eight times faster than today’s mainstream fast chargers” and is “designed for the next ten years in transportation technology.” The new EVSE/electric vehicle support equipment offering is key to making electric transportation a commercial reality the company claims.
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Evatran for Faster Plugless WEVC Units

January 5, 2017 in Companies, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Shipping 7.2-Kilowatts Systems for the Tesla Model S
Like-Powered Kits for BMW i3 Promised for Mid-Year

A “self-charging car?” The Virginia-based Evatran Group has begun shipping 7.2-kilowatt Plugless brand wireless electric vehicle charging units for the Tesla Model S – they are priced at $4,120 per car and provide 20 to 25 miles of range per hour of charging. WEVC kits for the BMW i3 are promised for mid-2017 at $3,499.
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EVgo Celebrates 800th DC Charger

November 10, 2016 in event, EVs, EVSE, Infrastructure, milestones by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

And Will Launch New Northern California Network Next Week
EVgo, which claims the nation’s largest public-access network of fast DC chargers for electric vehicles, says it’s opened its 800th such installation, at a SaveMart store in Madera, Calif.
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Qualcomm Supports Preh’s WEVC Work

November 8, 2016 in Companies, EVs, EVSE, WEVC by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Germany’s Preh to Employ Qualcomm Halo Technology

Qualcomm has disclosed an agreement with Preh GmbH for the German supplier of automotive power electronics and connected vehicle systems to use Qualcomm Halo technology in WEVC/wireless electric vehicle charging products.


qualcommpreh“Preh will include Qualcomm Halo WEVC technology in its product portfolio and will focus on commercializing WEVC systems for plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers,” Qualcomm says.

“Based on the agreement, Preh intends to develop, make and supply WEVC systems based on Qualcomm Halo technology.”

Double D Magnetics

Preh is developing automotive WEVC systems based on Double D magnetics, Qualcomm says, “which deliver high power, superior performance in an industry-leading small vehicle package size.”

Qualcomm wireless charging VP/GM says in the release that his company’s technology “covers all aspects of WEVC systems, allowing Preh to deliver highly efficient, safe and flexible systems to meet the market needs.”

Preh was founded in Germany in 1919. The present-day Preh is a unit of China’s Joyson Group.


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Source: Qualcomm with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

 

Charging Providers Laud White House Plan

November 7, 2016 in EVs, EVSE, Infrastructure by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

‘A Big Step Forward’ – ‘The Future Is Now’

Electric vehicle charger providers embraced a White House plan to establish coast-to-coast EV charging infrastructure. Key to the plan is first-ever U.S. DoT/Federal Highway Administration sanction of 48 EV charging corridors covering nearly 25,000 miles in 35 states.
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