Danny Winn, business unit director for eMobility at Schneider Electric, outlines how big businesses can avoid the road to regret when choosing their EV charging solution.
Pierre Jeannes, managing director for Mr. Electric, discusses the need to upscale the UK electric charging infrastructure to meet the increasing demands of electric vehicles.
The Faraday Institution funded 'Nextrode' project will research ways to make electrodes for Li-ion batteries which unlock the electrochemical potential of their ingredients.
Could immersion cooling be the key to superfast charging and a reduction in range anxiety? Mark Lashbrook, technical manager at M&I Materials, gives us his insight.
As part of its testing process, car charging expert Char.gy has utilised loadbanks from Crestchic to ensure the safety and integrity of its charging points.
Bureau Veritas has welcomed news that the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is planning an 18th Edition amendment on electric vehicle charging.
Citygate is partnering with Centrica to install the latest EV charging technology to 10 of its Volkswagen dealerships in London and the South East.
Danfoss Drives explains how its products have been utilised by Energon Advanced Energetics to develop a reliable and environmentally friendly EV charging solution for a business in Žulová, Czech Republic.
The golden ticket to widespread EV adoption will rely on a large network of public charging points. Contributing editor, Jordan O’Brien, finds out what needs to be done to grow the UK’s EV charging infrastructure.
Inspection, verification, testing and certification company SGS has gained accreditation for the testing of electric vehicle (EV) chargers at its SGS Tecnos laboratory in Madrid, Spain.
With the IET releasing its first 18th Edition amendment this month, Bureau Veritas is urging the industry to examine the changes in detail, especially in light of the UK’s recent pledge to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles by 2035.