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by Marisa Higgins | Jul 28, 2023
The system uses common electrical distribution technology used in fleet depots, buildings, and industrial settings.
by Marisa Higgins | Jul 24, 2023
The factory is expected to create numerous opportunities in the supply chain, including battery materials and raw minerals.
by Guest Author | Jun 12, 2023
Companies transitioning fleets will need to make a plan to effectively charge vehicles, without spiking utility costs or drawing too much from the energy grid.
by Guest Author | May 1, 2023
Global technology company Siemens predicts that the market for wireless EV charging in Europe and North America will reach $2 billion by 2028.
by Jessica Hunt | Apr 21, 2023
Elli provides a reliable and close-knit charging network for its customers, enabling easy cross-border access to 950 providers in 28 countries.
by Marisa Higgins | Apr 13, 2023
Not only is Walmart developing a coast-to-coast EV charging network, but they have also made changes to their product supply chains. In 2020, Walmart set the goal to achieve zero emissions across their global operations by 2040.
by Staff Writer | Apr 6, 2023
InductEV’s technology can deliver up to 450kW of high-power transmission, making it an ideal solution for fast-charging commercial EVs.
by Jessica Hunt | Mar 17, 2023
The company plans to have over 1,800 total charging stations with over 10,000 individual chargers in the United States and Canada by 2026.
by Jessica Hunt | Mar 15, 2023
More than two-thirds of all Honda and Acura automobiles sold in the US in 2022 were made domestically.