Supporting California’s goal to transition all public transit agencies
to 100% zero-emission bus fleets by 2040, AMPLY Power is managing the
charging of electric buses for Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority,
operating under the name Tri Delta Transit.
Metz is taking pole position in the e- scooter field with the
presentation of the world’s first inductive charging technology for the
Metz moover: just park the e-scooter on the charging platform and walk
IONITY in conjunction with the Extra MSA Group has expanded its UK
network with a 350kW High-Power Charging station for electric vehicles
at Extra’s recently constructed ‘new concept’ Leeds Skelton Lake
Services, located on the M1 J45 east of Leeds.
Semiconductor manufacturer Infineon is striving for CO2 neutrality by
2030 and has set the goal of enabling its employees to charge electric
vehicles, thereby supporting the electrification of its vehicle fleet.
Infineon relies on the technology company The Mobility House to set up
the appropriate charging infrastructure.
Electrify America announced an agreement with Kia Motors America to
offer ‘Kia Select,’ a new charging programme with optimised pricing for
the Kia Niro electric vehicle (EV) model on Electrify America’s direct
current (DC) fast charging network.
ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp., a designer and manufacturer of electric
vehicles, has announced the engineering and development of a new,
cost-effective aluminium chassis for the company’s flagship,
single-occupant SOLO electric vehicle (EV).
Faraday Future (FF), a California-based global intelligent mobility
company, announced an agreement with US Hybrid Corporation for a
collaboration between the two companies to advance the use of FF’s
electric propulsion system in new energy products currently under
development by US Hybrid.
Phantom AI, developer of a vehicle-agnostic autonomous driving
platform, announced that it has raised $22 million in Series A financing
led by Celeres Investments and joined by Ford Motor Company and KT
(Korea’s largest telco).
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has released
new data on the number of charging points and re-fuelling stations
required for zero- and low- emission trucks to meet the 2025 and 2030