New York launches online hub to boost EV infrastructure expansion

The US state is expected to receive $175m over five years to support the deployment of fast-charging infrastructure and establish an interconnected network for charging

Government pushes the button on tenfold expansion in EV chargers by 2030

The funding will support the development of 300,000 public chargers by 2030

Australia grants $22.8m for next-gen hydrogen service station

The New Energies Service Station will be built opposite Viva Energy’s petroleum refinery in Geelong and incorporate a 2MW electrolyser along with hydrogen compression, storage and dispensing infrastructure

Electric car infrastructure in the UK – how developed is it?

We’ll discuss how developed electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure in the UK is and where it currently stands.

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Webinar: Fully funding onsite renewable energy in the post subsidy era

This webinar will be brought to you live from 11:00 AM on February 19th.

Luton’s EV chargers upgraded by new owner

Chargemaster has acquired and upgraded the electric vehicle (EV) charging network in Luton. The move follows the closure of EV infrastructure provider Source East, which previously owned and managed the town’s charging points. In a statement the group said it shut down due to increasingly unmanageable financial costs and dwindling support from public bodies. The […]

New EV owners in Milton Keynes to get free chargers

New electric vehicle (EV) owners in Milton Keynes could receive a smart charge point for free. Electric Nation is providing the charging infrastructure as part of a trial project to gather data and feedback from up to 700 participants, with the eventual goal of working out how local electricity grids can cope with increased demand […]