Sales of electrified vehicles are booming in Europe—in March, they accounted for 14% of the new-car market in France (a fourfold increase from the previous year), 9.2% in Germany and 7.3% in the UK.
Although the number of fast-charging stations for electric cars is growing, there still aren’t enough. The electricity grid plays a major role in this. Imagine you could charge a car in just a few minutes even in remote areas with poor infrastructure. ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab offers a way to make this a reality.
What’s being described as Europe’s largest electric car charging park will be kitted out with 2MWh of stationary battery storage systems.
Chakratec was a Finalist for the 2019 ees AWARD. We talked to Mr. Ilan Ben-David, Chakratec's Co-founder & CEO.
One good reason to buy an electric car is to save money on fuel, so will low gas prices slow down Tesla sales? Wall Street, it seems, says "no."
Manufacturers warn of job losses and missed decarbonization targets without help to reach the EU’s Green Deal goals.
British prime minister Boris Johnson announced that a ban in the UK on selling diesel and petrol cars would be brought forward from 2040 to 2035 at a launch event for the November UN climate summit (COP26) in Glasgow. The new ban now includes hybrid and plug-in vehicles.
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce has issued its proposals for enabling the transition to e-mobility, including making smart charging a default and opening up flexibility services to EVs.
Chakratec announced the approval of the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Energy Program's match-funding for the Blink and Chakratec project for affordable, sustainable everyday DC fast-charging solutions.
Blink Charging and Chakratec to Receive $900,000 Grant from the BIRD Energy Program for Development of DC Fast Charging Solution
Blink and Chakratec to begin R&D project dedicated to bringing affordable DC Fast Charging to rural areas with weak power grids and high traffic areas with limited capacity on their power grids.