UL, a global safety science company, announce that Fermata Energy’s
bidirectional electric vehicle (EV) charging system is the first in the
world to be certified to a new North American safety Standard, UL 9741,
the Standard for Bidirectional Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging System
Triodos Bank UK has provided its first finance to support the
development of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure with a loan
to Pod Point, one of the UK’s largest providers of electric vehicle
On March 17th, 2020, Toyota Research Institute – Advanced Development,
Inc. and Dynamic Map Platform Co., Ltd. have agreed to a partnership to
build a proof of concept applying the technologies of both companies
starting April 2020.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles confirmed the continuation of the
‘electric vehicle homecharge scheme’ (EVHS) and ‘workplace charging
scheme’ (WCS) for another year. OLEV also re-confirmed the continuation
of the ‘on street residential chargepoint scheme’ (ORCS) for another
Batteries for electric cars require both pressure compensation during
normal operation and emergency ventilation. Freudenberg Sealing
Technologies’ DIAvent component combines these two functions in a
single, advanced design.
TomTom, the location technology specialist, Toyota Research Institute –
Advanced Development, Inc. (TRI-AD) and DENSO, announced a successful
proof of concept demonstrating a fast high definition (HD) map-building
method for roads, essential for safer autonomous driving.
UPS said that it has begun testing the suitability and durability of
Gaussin electric vehicles, which also have autonomous driving
capability, to move semi-trailers and containers on the grounds of UPS’s
advanced-technology London Hub .
ThunderSoft, a world-leading operating system technology provider and
Guangzhou Automobile Group Co.,Ltd. Automotive Engineering Institute
(GAC R&D Centre) announced the establishment of GAC R&D Centre –
ThunderSoft Joint Innovation Centre for Intelligent Vehicle Software
Iberdrola has decided to ramp up its sustainable mobility plan, with
more investment – a total of €150 million ($168 million) – to provide an
even larger number of electric vehicle charging stations within the
next five years.