Posts Tagged charging stations

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Consumer Watchdog Petitions California Utility Commission To Reject PG&E’s Charging Station Build-Out Proposal

Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s dreams of quadrupling California’s electric car charging infrastructure have met significant resistance. Basically, the naysayers don’t believe that a utility company should have power/control over charging stations and the electricity provided.  They’re also concerned that PG&E might not have the consumer’s best interests in mind. …

1 month ago by Eric Loveday 14

Map Of Malaysia

Malaysia To Get 300 Public Charging Stations

Of course, without a charging network, there’s like to be few electric cars on the roads. To facilitate the sales/use of EVs, Malaysia will install 300 public charging stations this year alone.  As FMT News reports: “A National Electric Mobility Action Plan has been approved to promote and encourage use of electric…

2 months ago by Mike Anthony 1

Europe Exceed 600 CCS Chargers Installed

Europe Exceeds 600 CCS Chargers Installed (w/statistics)

CCS map is indicating now 606 installed European Combined Charging Standard (Combo 2) quick chargers. Recently, map creator Mutwin Kraus added a sweet statistics feature with a graph of development and a list of chargers in particular countries. As it turns out, the UK, with a lot of QC projects,…

6 months ago by Mark Kane 21

Chargemaster charging point in UK

Chargemaster Keeps UK Charging Network 99% Operational

British electric vehicle drivers should feel lucky, as the largest charging network of roughly 10,000 points in the UK seems to be reliable.  Not so much for most of the regions in the rest of the world. Chargemaster stated that over the last year, its owned and maintained infrastructure achieved…

6 months ago by Mark Kane 7

Proposed routes 1 and 2 of the WA Electric Highway

Australia Makes Progress On Electric Highway

As we reported earlier this year, EV supporters in Australia are pushing to develop a network of EV charging stations, and recent news is that the RAC (The Royal Automobile Club, Australia’s version of the AAA in the US) is moving forward with commitments to fund the “Electric Highway”. The…

8 months ago by Ted Dillard 9