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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

Energy harvesting for vehicles

Energy harvesting for vehicles
Energy harvesting comes to the fore with electric vehicles because the price they pay for being environmental and exhibiting many performance advantages is that they have limited energy available. In and on these vehicles, the energy snatched from heat, light, movement and other sources may be milliwatts or less to drive wireless sensors and actuators, watts for self sufficient lighting clusters (still in development) or - the main focus - up to kilowatts to charge the traction battery or traction supercapacitor that provide motive energy to the electric traction motors.
12th December 2011

GM Builds on Battery Safety to Ensure Confidence in Chevrolet Volt

GM Builds on Battery Safety to Ensure Confidence in Chevrolet Volt
General Motors announced Monday initiatives for customer satisfaction and battery safety research to ensure ongoing confidence in the Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle.
28th November 2011

Electric Peugeot iOn Lights Up Orkney

Electric Peugeot iOn Lights Up Orkney
Peugeot has delivered an iOn to the idyllic islands of Orkney, making it the most northerly all electric car in Britain.
28th November 2011

New EV technology starting at the heavy end

Electric vehicles larger than cars include many boats, trucks, buses and other industrial and commercial vehicles, manned and unmanned aircraft and military vehicles for the field of combat and supply lines, even tugs for aircraft. Some electric vehicles are the size of a car but pack a much bigger punch. For example, forklifts and earthmovers can have much more powerful motors with many times the kW and Nm torque of car motors. Autonomous Underwater Vehicles AUVs incorporate batteries at up to 400kWh, the storage capacity of up to ten cars. All these vehicles account for over 60% of the money spent on electric vehicles today and it is there that much innovation is happening first, long before the car industry gets involved.
22nd November 2011

Lola-Drayson all electric Le Mans prototype

Lola Group and Drayson Racing Technologies (DRT) recently announced, further detail on the groundbreaking Lola-Drayson B12/69EV all-electric prototype.
22nd November 2011


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