EO Charging has partnered with Suffolk County Council and renewable energy provider Bulb, to launch ‘Plug In Suffolk’ – the UK’s first ‘fully open’ public electric vehicle (EV) fast charging network.
Electric Nation has completed the world’s largest EV smart charging trial, in a bid to help understand the impact that charging electric vehicles at home has on the local electricity network.
PKN ORLEN has signed an agreement for the supply of ABB’s next generation DC fast-charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs), as part of a project, called Terra 54.
Wholesaler T.G. Fruits has upgraded to electric trucks with the help of Mitsubishi dealer Alto Handling.
With sales of electric vehicles only increasing, the rapid rise in the number of charging points being installed presents a ‘clear maintenance challenge’ for businesses, says Bureau Veritas.
An electrical braking resistor designed by REO UK to improve the safety and longevity of electronic components in electric vehicles has passed environmental testing to EN standards.
The use of digital twins is a design method already implemented by the likes of Google and Tesla when it comes to car design, but how can this technology be translated to the data centre? Jonathan Leppard, director at Future Facilities, takes a closer look.
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.