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Meet the WattStation from GE Electric vehicle charging for cities and businesses

With the launch of the WattStation, GE continues a century of innovation in the design and manufacturing of electrical distribution systems. GE's WattStation enables fast Level 2 charging at home and on the road. The modular design by renowned industrial designer Yves Behar is upgradable as more communication options become available. This allows customers to stay current with the latest technology in a rapidly changing space, while providing the ability for commercial property owners to qualify for LEED points.
6th February 2012

Axeon supplies batteries for first Hiriko prototype electric vehicles

Axeon supplies batteries for first Hiriko prototype electric vehicles
Spanish firm Hiriko has chosen Axeon, Europe’s largest independent supplier of lithium-ion battery systems, to supply batteries for its prototype electric vehicles.
30th January 2012

Volt Owners May Soon Get Charged with Renewable Energy

Volt Owners May Soon Get Charged with Renewable Energy
Chevrolet Volt electric car owners could soon charge with renewable energy using a new solution from OnStar.
23rd January 2012


One out of every two Germans could drive an e-car • 30 percent would prefer to do so

One out of every two Germans could drive an e-car • 30 percent would prefer to do so
Electric vehicles have market potential – at the very latest, as soon as they experience a drop in price. This is one of the findings of the “Continental Mobility Study”, drawn up at the behest of Continental by the infas market and social research institute. The results show: 99 percent of Germans know about electric vehicles. And... nine out of ten motorists in Germany drive less than 100 km each day. This means that the electric cars currently or soon to be available on the market (with a range of up to 150 kilometers) would enable 52% of all German drivers to manage their daily needs without any problem. With the more powerful energy-storage devices up and coming in the future (with a maximum range of 300 kilometers), as many as 97 percent of all motorists could easily meet their mobility wishes.
18th January 2012

SK Innovation and Continental team up to power electric vehicles worldwide

SK Innovation and Continental Corporation announce at the Detroit Motor Show today their intention to team up for powering electric vehicles worldwide: Both corporations sign a Heads of Agreement that describes the formation of a joint venture with which both companies want to develop, manufacture and market Lithium Ion battery systems for automotive applications. Due to the worldwide regulatory efforts in reducing carbon emissions and changing consumer needs, automobiles will become increasingly dependent on battery systems over the next 10 years.
18th January 2012

Eaton Corporation and Coulomb Technologies Connect Electric Vehicle Drivers to Comprehensive, Convenient Vehicle Charging

Eaton Corporation and Coulomb Technologies Connect Electric Vehicle Drivers to Comprehensive, Convenient Vehicle Charging
Eaton Corporation and Coulomb Technologies today announced plans to significantly expand the North American footprint of charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs). Through an agreement between the two companies, Eaton’s Level II and DC quick charging Pow-R-Station charging stations can now connect to Coulomb’s ChargePoint® Network, the largest network of independently owned charging stations in the world.
17th January 2012

DOE awards over $7 million to advance hydrogen storage technologies

DOE awards over $7 million to advance hydrogen storage technologies
The U.S. Department of Energy have granted more than $7 million to fund four projects in California, Washington and Oregon to advance hydrogen storage technologies to be used in fuel cell electric vehicles.
4th January 2012

Electric car unplugged - Daimler to test inductive charging

Charging electric cars without an electric cable - how does that work? Daimler AG is about to test inductive charging for the first time on a vehicle in everyday use in the form of a technically modified Mercedes-Benz A-Class E-CELL. With the inductive charging principle, an electric car fitted with a special charging coil merely has to be positioned over a charging coil in the ground to start the charging process fully automatically, with no need for cable contact.
4th January 2012

GE Energy Forges OEM EV Charger Agreement with CODA Automotive

GE Energy Forges OEM EV Charger Agreement with CODA Automotive
GE Energy Industrial Solutions has finalized an automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement for the sale and distribution of the GE WattStation Wall Mount electric vehicle (EV) charging station with CODA Automotive Inc., a leading EV manufacturer.
13th December 2011

Transportable, autonomous EV charging stations

Transportable, autonomous EV charging stations
There are many reasons for creating an electric vehicle charging station based on a large battery.
12th December 2011


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