Posts Tagged charging

Evatran PLUGLESS Wireless Charging System

Wireless Charging To Displace Conductive Charging By 2028?

According to a report by Strategy Analytics, wireless charging could displace conductive charging by 2028. Here’s an overview of that report: First Wireless Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles May Appear in 2017, says Strategy Analytics Deployments Limited to Luxury Models at First, Then Extending to the Mass Market That Could…

16 hours ago by Inside EVs Staff 12

Aldi Quick Charger

Aldi To Offer Free Charging In Germany

Discount retailer Aldi will offer free fast charging at approximately 50 locations in Germany. Here’s the press blast: Shop at affordable prices – recharge for free ALDI SÜD introduces free quick-charging stations for electric vehicles in Düsseldorf 47 sites with RWE charging stations planned RWE is the technology partner and…

4 days ago by Eric Loveday 4

CarCharging - Plug in. Charge on.

CarCharging Gets New CEO

Car Charging Group has a new CEO as Michael D. Farkas steps back to Chief Visionary Officer (and continues to serve as Chairman of the Board). The new CEO is Mike Calise, former Schneider Electric’s Head of North America Electric Vehicle Solutions. Whether Calise will be able to restructure CarCharging…

3 weeks ago by Mark Kane 8

KEBA wallbox EVSE heat challenge

KEBA Wallbox EVSE Heat Challenge (Video)

Nearly one year ago, KEBA participated in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Earlier this year, the KEBA team continued demonstrations of performance and safety by preparing an unusual heat test. The KeContact P20, 22 kW 3-phase wallbox was connected to charge smart ED next to 640°C (1,182 °F) hot steel slabs at…

3 weeks ago by Mark Kane 11

The BMW Group, together with Pacific Gas & Electric Company, announces the BMW i ChargeForward Program

BMW i3 Owners Get $1,000 To Delay Charging

BMW, as announced earlier this year, together with Pacific Gas and Electric Company, has started the BMW i ChargeForward Program, a delayed charging program to test reduction of demand on the power grid during peak periods. 100 i3 drivers (out of approximately 400 applicants) will participate in the project in…

4 weeks ago by Mark Kane 27


EV Connect Strengthens Partnership With GE

EV Connect has chosen to expand its partnership with GE by signing a joint marketing and product agreement. Here are the important details: Under the terms of the agreement, GE will be a preferred charging station supplier of EV Connect, and EV Connect will be a preferred management provider for…

1 month ago by Inside EVs Staff 3

Corri-Door Charging Infrastructure Project Gets Underway In France (SODETREL via AVERE)

Corri-Door Charging Infrastructure Project Gets Underway In France

The first two of 200 new fast charging stations were recently launched in France under the Corri-Door project. Because Corri-Door is 50% co-financed by the European Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) Programme and has engaged several partners like EDF (its subsidiary Sodetrel), Renault, Nissan, BMW, Volkswagen and ParisTech (12 engineering and…

2 months ago by Mark Kane 27

One of many thermal imagery shots of the new liquid cooled Superchargers.

Tesla’s Liquid-Cooled Supercharger Cable – (w/video)

KmanAuto tests out the first liquid-cooled (cable) Tesla Superchargers and provides thermal imagery. This Supercharger is in Mountain View, California, which is home of the first liquid-cooled version. It is claimed that these new Superchargers will cut down charging times. If they stay a little cooler than a non-liquid cooled…

2 months ago by Mike Anthony 52

2015 Nissan LEAF Charging

Nissan Adds Boston To No-Charge-To-Charge Program

Nissan expanded the “No Charge to Charge” program to include the Boston-area. Boston-area is now  the17th US market where you can buy or lease a new LEAF and for two years charge for free from participating charging networks, through EZ-Charge card. “The promotion includes access to fast chargers that can…

2 months ago by Mark Kane 6