ABB announced that it was selected by Porsche Japan for a joint development project of next-generation EV chargers for Japanese market to support the launch of...
Among about 5 million plug-in cars of any kind sold globally, two thirds are BEVs and one third are PHEVs. Half of them can be fast charged.
Tesla accounted for over 80% of all-electric car sales in the U.S. last year, which helps to expand and reinforce the Tesla Supercharging network.
The new 60 kWh Leaf is reported to have 100 kW charging but only basic active thermal management similar to the e-NV200.
China and Japan strongly support the joint development of a unified next-gen ultra-fast charging standard by CEC and CHAdeMO.
Nissan LEAF was approved for use Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) in Germany (as the first car), which suggest that new projects are in the pipeline.
The number of CHAdeMO chargers increases consistently over the years. It turns out that there are now more CHAdeMO-compatible chargers in Europe, than in Japan.
Japanese CHAdeMO and Chinese GB/T standards could be harmonized into a single next-generation ultra-fast charging standard with backward compatibility.
CHAdeMO Association just released its new 2.0 version of the fast charging standard that maintains backward compatibility and now offers up to 400 kW of power.
EVgo, which is the largest commercial fast-charging network in the U.S. with over 1,000 chargers, is upgrading its stations to make them available for all models...
There is more than 27,000 public charging spots available, but the sales of all-electric cars is not that high as we would expect.
Volkswagen's Electrify America announced its DC fast charging suppliers for its large post-dieselgate charging infrastructure project, and it seems the network...
2.0 increases the voltage to 1,000 V, which translates to up to 400 kW of power. That's more than the 350 kW for CCS Combo
CHAdeMO-compatible cars still are sold in higher volume than cars compatible with CCS Combo or Tesla fast charging standards.
The DRIVEtheARC - corridor of 55 fast charging stations, installed at 25 locations between Monterey and Lake Tahoe in Northern California is up and running
An interesting comparison of global plug-in vehicles sales by DC fast charging type - CHAdeMO, CCS Combo and Tesla Supercharging
What do you do when the roll-out of DC fast charging isn't going as fast as you would like? If you are Nissan...you build it yourself!
The International Energy Agency's annual report shows that Tesla tops the segment in sales goals, battery cost reductions, and charging infrastructure.
The next generation LEAF debuts this September, and with the Nissan EV's arrival is also a new 150 kW DC fast charging EVSE solution in Europe
CHAdeMO Association has demonstrated in Japan its 150 kW High Power Charging technology that will be available through a revised CHAdeMO standard
INTIS has developed a 30 kW wireless charging system using CHAdeMO standard in existing electric cars, like the Nissan LEAF
Nissan released video presenting an additional advantages of the EV - they make world more resilient in case of emergency situations.