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.

Endesa announced partnership with Cepsa to develop high power charging network in Spa

Spanish utility Endesa's e-mobility business division Endesa X along with Spanish petroleum company Cepsa announced partnership to deploy high power charging network in Spain and Portugal. Cepsa will install high power chargers of 150KW along the main corridor points...

Fastned starts operation in Belgium

Fastned started its operation in Netherlands in 2012, since then it has expanded to UK, Germany and now Belgium as well. Fastned's main focus is on installation of fast public chargers in their own stations with multiple chargers installed. Currently Fastned has 120...

ChargePoint Inc. to become a public company

Switchback Energy Acquisition Company and ChargePoint announced the signing of a business combination agreement. The agreement values ChargePoint at $2.4 billion and the transaction is expected to complete by the end of the year. According to ChargePoint, going public...

NewMotion and Char.gy announce roaming deal

NewMotion has increased the number of charging points on its platform by adding Char,gy charging points to its network. During this summer, NewMotion bolstered its UK presence with partnerships and roaming agreements with Vattenfall, Shell & Arval. Apart from this...