EV Charging Infrastructure Market

With the exponential growth of Battery EVs (BEVs) and Plug-In Hybrid EVs (PHEVs), the demand for EV chargers is also increasing correspondingly. Governments around the world are pushing to have greener streets with electric vehicles as part of their climate compliance goals. This manifests itself in the form of incentives from various governments and a huge overall investment in the sector. This presents a huge opportunity for manufacturers of EV chargers and EVSE component suppliers to take advantage of.

Shell announced to install 50,000 chargepoints in the UK by 2025

The Dutch Oil giant Shell recently released its plan to install 50,000 chargepoints in the UK by 2025. Shell plans to implement this plan through Ubitricity, which it acquired earlier this year. Chargers will be installed on the on-street lamp posts. This plan is part...

First Charging Site for Heavy-Duty Trucks

Automotive company Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) along with Portland General Electric (PGE) has officially opened the first of its kind charging site for heavy duty trucks. The charging site, which goes by the name of Electric Island, is located on Swan Island...

York to build its first charging hubs

EvoEnergy will build two charging hubs in York at the Monks Cross and Poppleton Bar Park and Rides. The two sites are a City of York Council investment into high-speed electric vehicle charging. These hubs will cost a total of £2.2m with construction starting in...