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EV charging infrastructure receives a boost

EV charging infrastructure receives a boost
With the announcement of Rapid Electronics and ICEE Managed Services entering a partnership to introduce a fully integrated EV charging installation service, the EV charging infrastructure has received a boost. The new service is aimed at the commercial, B2B and local authority markets. Spanning the entire planning, procurement and delivery process, it includes equipment selection, supply, installation, commissioning and lifetime maintenance of EV charging systems.
16th January 2018

EVs for agricultural use estimated to be worth $87bn by 2028

EVs for agricultural use estimated to be worth $87bn by 2028
  Electric vehicles for construction, agriculture and mining will be a $87bn market in 2028. Komatsu, John Deere, Caterpillar, and others manufacture the big vehicles - mainly hybrid - while other manufacturers offer smaller, pure-electric versions.
15th January 2018

Liquid cooling tech used in high power charging solution for EVs

Liquid cooling tech used in high power charging solution for EVs
The electrical vehicle industry continues to gather pace. The market is forecast to grow to $731bn by 2027 (Source: IDTechEx). Several factors around vehicle charging will be crucial to underpin future growth. Increased availability of charging stations, for example, will be essential to enable more widespread access to charging and reduce consumer ‘range anxiety’. Yet equally important for growing consumer acceptance of Electric Vehicles (EVs) is the speed and efficiency of charging.
9th January 2018


Electric intelligent SUV steals the show at CES 2018

Electric intelligent SUV steals the show at CES 2018
At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, BYTON debuted its first drivable concept car. With a digital design and human-vehicle interaction, the premium SUV functions as a next-gen smart device, built for the coming era of truly shared, smart mobility and autonomous driving. The new SUV will be manufactured at BYTON’s plant in Nanjing, China. Its price will start at $45,000. The car will be available in China towards the end of 2019, and in the US and Europe in 2020.
8th January 2018

ON Semi joins CharIN in development of electric mobility standards

ON Semi joins CharIN in development of electric mobility standards
ON Semiconductor has joined the global Charging Interface Initiative e.V. (CharIN) ecosystem with the goals of promoting standards for charging systems in Electric Vehicles (EV), creating requirements for the evolution of EV charging systems and developing a certification system for manufacturers to implement charging systems into their products.
5th January 2018

All-new intelligent electric vehicle at CES

All-new intelligent electric vehicle at CES
Making a global debut at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on 7th January is BYTON’s all-new smart intuitive vehicle, a next-generation smart device, which is built for the coming era of truly shared, smart mobility and autonomous driving. BYTON’s press conference will be held at 3:00pm (PST) on 7th January, and will be broadcasted globally on BYTON’s official website here.  
3rd January 2018

Project aimed at doubling the range of next-gen EVs

Project aimed at doubling the range of next-gen EVs
  Developer of silicon materials for next generation Li-ion batteries, Nexeon, and its partners have been awarded £7m in innovate UK funding for a project to develop significantly better materials for Li-ion batteries. The work is an essential step to achieving Electric Vehicles (EVs) with a range of 400m and above.
3rd January 2018

Self-driving EVs – does the UK have the infrastructure to cope?

Self-driving EVs – does the UK have the infrastructure to cope?
Regarding the roll-out of self-driving cars there are many barriers to entry that have raised concerns for consumers and manufacturers alike. However, in the UK, the stumbling block that appears to be causing the most sleepless nights is lack of infrastructure.
3rd January 2018

What does the electric revolution mean for motorsport?

What does the electric revolution mean for motorsport?
  The government announced that ‘by 2040 all vehicles shall be electric’ and petrol and diesel cars will be banned, has prompted many questions as to the effect on motorsport. Industry expert and Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) CEO, Chris Aylett, shares his views on this hot topic.
2nd January 2018

EV charging platform built on Ethereum blockchain

EV charging platform built on Ethereum blockchain
  Tech Start-Up Charg Coin brings Ethereum blockchain technology to a predicted $11.6tn industry. The Charg app connects Electric Vehicle (EV) frivers with charging station owners to create a secure marketplace for anyone to sell electricity. The platform ICO ends 31st December 2017.
22nd December 2017


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