• Infrastructure electrification

    Accelerating the Electrification of the Vehicle Fleet

    The electrification of the vehicle fleet is a critical component of the government’s climate goals. By reducing emissions from the transportation sector, we can help to mitigate the impacts of climate change and create a more sustainable future. However, the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is not happening fast enough, and the government must take action to speed up the process. One of the key ways to accelerate the electrification of the vehicle fleet is through the use of climate bonuses. Climate bonuses are financial incentives that are given to individuals and companies who purchase EVs or invest in charging infrastructure. By providing these bonuses, the government can stimulate the…

  • Ev Charging system
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    EV Charging System and Fleet Management

    Streamlining EV Fleet Management with Charging Software As the demand for electric vehicles (EVs) continues to grow, the need for efficient and reliable EV charging systems also increases. This is especially true for businesses that operate a fleet of EVs, as managing and maintaining charging stations can become a complex task. EV fleet management and EV charging software can help to streamline this process and make it more efficient. An EV charging system typically consists of one or more charging stations and associated equipment such as cables and connectors. An EV fleet management system goes beyond this and includes software that helps to manage and optimize the use of the…

  • Electric Vehicle Charging
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    Electric Vehicle Charging Management Market

    Electric vehicle (EV) charging management is a critical aspect of the growing EV industry, offering a range of opportunities for businesses, utilities, and other organizations. With the increasing popularity of EVs, there is a growing demand for charging infrastructure and services, creating opportunities for businesses to provide these services and play a key role in the growth of the EV industry. Developing and Deploying Charging Networks One of the primary opportunities in the EV charging management market is the development and deployment of charging networks. With the increase in the number of EVs on the road, there is a growing demand for charging infrastructure, including public and private charging stations.…

  • Electric car charging
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    We clarify the concepts at the charging station

    Common error messages that you may receive at a charging station You arrive at the charging station and just want to charge your car to continue the journey. But you get an error message and panic a little. We sort out the most common error messages. We asked one of the biggest charging networks – Electrify America and Chargepanel that provides software and services for electric vehicle (EV) charging and energy management. about the most common error messages. “EVSE Not Connected”: This message indicates that the charging station is not properly connected to the electric vehicle, or that the charging cable is not properly plugged in. “EV Not Connected”: This…

  • HYC50 Wall Mounted Charger
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    Discover the 50kW charger HYC50

    HYC50 can be wall-mounted both indoors and outdoors, as well as freestanding on pillars. Thanks to the possibility of wall mounting, the HYC50 electric car charger is perfectly suited for use in public places such as parking garages, underground car parks or semi-public car parks. In this way, these locations can be provided with a DC charger without construction work, making the establishment both affordable and easy. There are two DC connections: CCS1 and CCS2, as well as CHAdeMO as an option. This means that one vehicle can be charged with 50 kW or two vehicles with 25 kW each. Specified charging current is 150A (or 75A each) and has…

  • Wallbox Electric car chargers
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    Wallbox electric car charger opens up Ferroamp’s smart control

    Ferroamp’s unique solution for electric car charging is now available to more people. Wallbox electric car chargers are now compatible with Ferroamp’s EnergyHub system and can thus become part of the energy-smart property. OCPP (Open Charge Point Protocol) is a standard that enables different types of systems to control and integrate charging stations in networks (What is an EV Charging Platform) As more and more chargers are now opened to the common industry standard OCPP 1.6-J, it means that they can be controlled by EnergyHub, which makes it possible to charge the car quickly and efficiently without causing high consumption peaks. Charging otherwise risks becoming expensive when more and more…

  • Kia Niro finalist in Car of the Year 2023
    EV Cars

    Kia Niro finalist in Car of the Year 2023

    The Car of the Year jury has selected the Kia Niro as one of seven finalists The Kia EV6 won the award in 2022 The Kia Niro is offered as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric Kia has once again reached the final of the European Car Of The Year, this time with the compact crossover Kia Niro. The expert panel of 58 jury members from 22 countries carefully evaluated 27 models to create a “shortlist” of seven car models. The winner will be chosen at the Brussels Motor Show on January 13. The new Kia Niro has undergone an extensive upgrade. As before, three electrified powertrains are offered…

  • GARO
    Charging boxes

    GARO launches the next generation of smart charging boxes

    GARO launches the next generation of smart charging boxes for destination charging Safety and security have been in focus when developing the new platform, GARO Entity. The new products now being launched on the European market are a complete offering of charging boxes and services for villas, condominiums, commercial properties and public environments in communities and cities. The products are rigorously tested to ensure that they can withstand a tough Nordic climate and are all approved according to current European electrical and safety standards. “Through GARO Entity, we can offer the market’s safest electric car charging, regardless of the environment,” says Niklas Rönnäng, who is Business Area Manager E-mobility at…

  • Audi Q8 e-tron
    EV Cars

    The new Audi Q8 e-tron

    New Audi Q8 e-tron: Improved efficiency, longer range and refined design The Audi e-tron was the start of the premium manufacturer’s shift towards electric cars when it was launched in 2018. Since then, the model has set the standard in the luxury electric SUV segment. The new Audi Q8 e-tron builds on the success of the electric car pioneer. The successor offers an optimized drive concept, improved aerodynamics, higher charging performance, greater battery capacity and longer range. The Audi Q8 e-tron SUV has a range of up to approx. 58 miles and the Audi Q8 Sportback e-tron up to 60 miles according to WLTP. Two body variants, SUV or Sportback,…

  • Hyundai IONIQ 6
    EV Cars

    Hyundai IONIQ 6 eases range anxiety

    Hyundai IONIQ 6 eases range anxiety with 614km of range on a single charge IONIQ 6’s E-GMP architecture supports customers’ varied lifestyles The impressive performance and range are made possible in large part by Hyundai Motor Group’s dedicated EV architecture, the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) and the Electrified Streamliner’s ultra-low drag. E-GMP delivers optimal electrical performance and provides 800V ultra-fast charging with up to 351 km of range in just 15 minutes, or 10 to 80% in about 18 minutes. The platform also supports 400V charging without the need for additional components or adapters. The Electrified Streamliner takes advantage of E-GMP to provide a segment-leading long wheelbase of 2,950mm that…