posted December 29, 2020 in

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Volkswagen

Volkswagen Group Components is giving a glimpse of a prototype of its mobile charging robot for electric vehicles. It is a visionary concept that will successfully expand the charging infrastructure for electric cars over the next few years.… Continue reading

posted December 2, 2020 in

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Hyundai

Hyundai Motor Group released Tuesday details on E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform), the company's first dedicated electric car platform. From 2021, E-GMP will be the basis for a new portfolio of battery-electric cars, including Hyundai'… Continue reading

posted October 11, 2020 in

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Ford

The new Ford Mustang Mach-E can be charged from 10% to 80% in six hours with Ford's new home charger. Ford unveiled its Ford Connected home charger in 14 markets in Europe. The key to getting even more people to realize the… Continue reading

posted July 14, 2020 in

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Electric cars have many advantages over conventional vehicles with internal combustion engines. In addition to a smaller number of required components in the engine - and thus lower maintenance and wear costs - electric cars can score in more… Continue reading

posted June 14, 2020 in

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Volkswagen

Despite the well-known old software problems, Volkswagen continues to prepare for the launch of its new electric ID.3, promised for next summer. Because of this reason, the company has tried to dismiss 7 false myths about electric cars. Let's… Continue reading

posted May 23, 2020 in

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Mazda

Revealed at the end of last year at the Tokyo Motor Show, the Mazda MX-30 has just taken a new step. This Wednesday, the Japanese brand announced the start of production of the electric car at the factory in Ujina, Hiroshima, Japan.  Continue reading

posted May 21, 2020 in

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The European Union is considering the possibility of eliminating VAT on the purchase of electric cars. The European Union is preparing a large financial package to support the economies of European countries following the SARS-CoV-2… Continue reading

posted April 9, 2020 in

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eeMobility

The company eeMobility, which specializes in charging solutions for electrified company cars, has presented its complete solution "eeFlatNeo" for intelligent charging at home. In addition to charging with green electricity,… Continue reading

posted March 23, 2020 in

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Hyundai

The 64 kWh electric Hyundai Kona has received a series of improvements resulting in an 8% increase in its range, up to 484 km WLTP. A figure that consolidates it, more if possible, among the electric cars with more autonomy on the market. Continue reading

posted January 23, 2020 in

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The UK government has doubled funding for the installation of charging points on residential streets to £ 10 million - the equivalent of 11.75million euros. This could finance up to 3,600 new charging points across the country. Overall, the… Continue reading

posted September 4, 2019 in

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Hyundai

Hyundai has announced that it will install, free of charge, a charging point at the home of those Spanish customers who purchase one of its electric models. As part of the commitment of the Korean brand for electric mobility, and as a way to… Continue reading

posted August 23, 2019 in

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Volkswagen

The German automobile brand Volkswagen has started installing electric vehicle charging points in its German factories, a process through which it will launch 4,000 posts at its plants until 2025, the company said in a statement. The first 60… Continue reading

posted July 10, 2019 in

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When we talk about electric cars a very common but wrong rumor is that they only work well for city routes, but not for large journeys. Recent times have shown the opposite. Tesla, thanks to its network of Superchargers, has made it clear that with the right… Continue reading

posted June 7, 2019 in

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Volkswagen

Volkswagen wants to install 36,000 charging stations for electric cars in Europe by 2025. The Volkswagen Group announces a significant increase in investments in charging infrastructure for electric cars with the intention of installing 36,… Continue reading

posted May 13, 2019 in

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Cars and motorcycles that run on gasoline or diesel will be banned in the Amsterdam, Netherlands, starting 2030. Starting next year, diesel cars older than 15 years will be banned on the A10 road around the Dutch capital. Also, buses and vans emitting exhaust… Continue reading

posted May 10, 2019 in

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Flexpower

Vattenfall and the city of Amsterdam are now jointly operating under the name Flexpower. "Flexpower" is said to be the largest smart charging network for electric vehicles in Amsterdam. Flexpower enables faster charging, the maximum use of electricity from… Continue reading

posted April 9, 2019 in

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The charging station register of the Federal Association of the Energy and Water Industries (BDEW) has currently around 17,400 public charging locations in Germany. From these, about twelve percent are fast-charging. More than three-quarters of the charging… Continue reading