The products of Dutch charging specialist EVBox are now available from charging solution provider The Mobility House: car dealers, end customers, electricians and municipal utilities can now also purchase EVBox charging infrastructure from The Mobility House.
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Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has contracted Enel X to supply the charging infrastructure for the electrification of its corporate fleet in the 15 major markets of Europe and the Americas, with Enel X providing Vestas with its cloud-based charging platform and 370 chargers.
Fiat Chrysler and NewMotion are collaborating to systematically provide FCA's business customers with access to NewMotion's charging ecosystems. The offering will be rolled out in 12 European countries - the first being France, Germany and the UK.
In Wolfsburg's new Steimker Gärten district, Volkswagen Immobilien has put seven of a total of twelve charging boxes with a capacity of 22 kW into operation on a test basis in the underground car parks of the new Lindenhöfe and Promenaden Carré development projects. The new district serves the Group as a real-life laboratory for e-mobility.
Swedish charging station operator Bee Charging Solutions has appointed Alfen as its new supplier of smart charging stations, with both companies signing a framework agreement for an initial period of three years.
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG has now commissioned a second production line for the manufacture of its wallboxes at its Wiesloch-Walldorf site, citing rising demand as the reason for the investment.
Renault is launching a limited offer for private customers in Germany, who will receive a free Schneider Electric EVlink Wallbox G4 Smart home charger in addition to a €10,000 electric bonus when financing or leasing the Renault Zoe until the end of February.
Spanish charging infrastructure manufacturer Wallbox has closed a €33 million funding round, with existing investors including Iberdrola and Seaya Ventures participating in the round led by new investors Cathay Innovation and Wind Ventures.
While many companies have long since taken action, driving schools are having a hard time with the topic of electromobility. One industry representative that is not afraid to invest is the Zöllner driving school, headquartered in Lemgo, where driving students can take their driving test in one of ten VW ID.3s.
Walther-Werke and Bender are pooling their expertise in the field of charging infrastructure for electromobility with a technology partnership. The two companies want to work together to drive forward the development of intelligent charging solutions - and the first product is already available.
The Federal Ministry of Transport has increased the funding volume for private wallboxes from 200 million euros to 300 million euros, but even with the additional budget, more than two thirds of the volume has already been used up.
Nissan is now offering another wallbox model for home charging of electric cars through its dealers. The new entry-level Pulsar Plus model from the Spanish manufacturer Wallbox Chargers is cheaper at €869 gross than the previous variant for €1,060 gross.
Spanish charging infrastructure manufacturer Wallbox is planning to build a production facility in the U.S. and is currently looking for a location to do so. The company entered the U.S. market in 2020, offering a U.S. version of the Pulsar Plus wallbox model.
Ford Germany has reorganised its wallbox range. Through a cooperation with Eneco eMobility, the Cologne-based company now offers wallboxes for private and business customers. Eneco is also to take over the installation of the chargers.
The third-generation Tesla Wall Connector is now available in Germany. The new wallbox has a number of new features: the connectivity now installed also makes the Tesla Wallbox eligible for subsidies in Germany.
The Honda Power Charger S+ (4G), developed by Honda and distributed by Vattenfall, is now available in Germany. The maximum power of the wallbox for home charging is 7.4 kW (single-phase) or 22 kW (three-phase).
ADAC has announced a collaboration with E.On to provide home charging solutions to members of the automobile club. Called ADAC e-Charge Home, the offering ranges from entry-level models to networked wallboxes and is expected to provide members with price savings of up to €130.
Compleo Charging Solutions has launched the Wallbox Solo, a wall-mounted charging station that is designed to cover a variety of use cases with different equipment variants. The wallbox is KfW-eligible and, according to Compleo, will still be available in 2021.
NewMotion, along with its US counterpart Greenlots, will be rebranded as Shell Recharge Solutions. The rebranding will be implemented in early 2022 and will bring together Shell's international range of charging solutions under one identity.
Cupra has unveiled the Cupra Easy Charging app, which is analogous to the familiar charging services offered by VW brands, Cupra offers special conditions for public charging, especially to first Born customers.
Soon, all VW ID. electric models will roll off the production line with a new software version that offers advantages when charging. Most updates will be applied "over the air" to vehicles that have already been delivered via software update.
BMW has invested in Munich-based charging infrastructure startup HeyCharge through its venture capital arm BMW i Ventures. The startup raised a total of $4.7 million for its seed funding, with BMW i Ventures as lead investor.
Electric car brand Polestar has entered into collaborations with Smatrics and Fresh Mobility in Austria, under which the company is integrating new service offerings into its sales process to provide customers with help with infrastructure and financing.
Smart has signed two charging infrastructure partnerships ahead of the #1's debut. ABB E-Mobility is the partner for AC wallboxes and related installation services, while Smart's own charging app leverages Digital Charging Solutions' offering.
Together with partners from the housing industry, the electrical trade in the automotive industry, the ZVEI has developed a guide for charging points in residential complexes and the administration. The guide is intended to support both planning and implementation, but also to help investors.
Netze BW has now also completed its electromobility project in Wangen. As part of the "NETZlabor Intelligent Home Charging", eight Wangen households had an e-car exclusively for six months, which Netze BW provided to them for the duration of a project. Now the project results have been presented.