Electric cars are becoming part of everyday life in cities, large and small, although some are still left out.
Officials spoke about the planned tariffs and anticipated that more details would be announced in the next two weeks. What would these measures imply for the public and private sector?
The government is encouraging charging infrastructure companies to invest in key points on public roads, while finalising the details of a new regulatory framework that will establish clear and flexible rules for the sector.
Although no regulation has yet been issued for the country’s charging infrastructure, the possibility of opting for the European-type standard is strongly rumoured in the sector. It would be an “ornamental” one, say industry experts.
According to unofficial sources, there were 13 bidders, some with more than one product. Installation of the chargers is expected to begin by the end of the year.
ScottishPower has partnered with EO Charging (“EO”), one of Europe’s fastest growing companies, to offer its customers the world’s smallest residential electric vehicle charger, in a bid to support consumers in the move towards greener transport.
On Thursday, 2 September, the headquarters of municipal operator Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacji Miejskiej in Sosnowiec saw the official hand-over of 14 new electric buses made by Solaris
EVBox’s public EV charging stations receive colorful makeover to showcase the diversity within the Dutch LGBTQ+ community
EVBox Group is supporting Dutch Pride week, July 31 – August 8, by temporarily restyling public charging stations, not only in Amsterdam but also in other Dutch cities. All the proceeds collected from those chargers during Pride week will be donated to Dutch LGBTQ+ association, COC.
Volta Industries, Inc (“Volta Charging”) has entered into a definitive agreement for a business combination with Tortoise Acquisition Corp. II, announced today that it intends to expand operations into the European Union with the opening of an office in Germany.