Photovoltaic installers expect the installation of charging stations to become increasingly important in their field of business

More than 80 percent of the installers surveyed offer photovoltaic systems in addition to charging stations for electric cars, and around 10 percent even identify primarily as solar installers.

Daytona Beach Puts EV Charger in the Fast Lane

IMSA has built an off-grid Solar Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Station to demonstrate the viability of EV solar charging technology.

Thinking Outside the Store

How DSD helped T-Mobile pursue its goal of 100% renewable electricity use by tapping into off-site community solar projects.

Germany's First Public Project for Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles Has Started

In the first phase, a 400-meter-long route with two static charging stations will be deployed. In the second phase, the electric road will be expanded by another 600 meters. The project will charge an electric bus, en route to the city.

How Solar Plus Storage Can Power the EV Revolution

Any "dirty" energy used to power an EV will have, at best, a net zero or, at worst, a negative impact on our carbon footprint. As a result, we'll need to look to cleaner energy, such as solar, to clean up our act and hasten the electrification of transportation.

Convenience is Crucial for Electric Vehicles to be Widely Adopted

While this focus on green and clean has been a major selling point since EVs first hit the market, there are a number of reasons why they are likely to become the standard. One critical factor is a highly valued commodity in today's fast-paced world - convenience.

Is the grid ready for electric cars? More electric cars and renewable electricity will cause more volatility in the supply and demand of electricity

On the road to an emission free economy, there are still several challenges to be overcome. One of the biggest challenges is building and operating an electricity distribution network for the increasing number of EV charging stations.

Automatic Charging of EVs

Charging stations can be an eyesore in inner cities, and the bulky cables and plugs can also be an inconvenience in people's garages. Contactless inductive charging with coils embedded in the garage floor or the road surface has none of these visual or mechanical annoyances.

Innovations And Increased R&D Opens New Opportunities For Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

This is the age of fast automobiles and autonomous vehicles. And the depleting natural reservoirs is a pressing issue. Thus, investors are placing bets on hydrogen to be next-generation fuel.

Sustainable future in sight: New launches of electric vehicles in full swing

According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global electric vehicle market is expected to reach $567.29 billion by 2025. Following are some of the activities taking place across the world.

FORD INTRODUCES NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING NETWORK

Ford is offering its all-electric vehicle customers North America's largest electric vehicle public charging network, with more than 12,000 places to charge, including fast charging, and more than 35,000 charge plugs - more than any other automotive manufacturer.

Majority of Consumers Zeroing in on Exactly How They Want to Use an Electric Car, New Survey from MINI USA Finds

When consumers were asked to choose an acceptable amount of time it should take to charge an EV, the most common answer (28 percent) was ''I don't know" followed by "30 minutes" (25 percent).

Are Solar-Powered Cars the Future?

The idea of the solar car is relatively new on the market and holds very real promise. If successful, the solar car will offer the ability to drive anywhere without burning any environmentally damaging fuels.

AFC Energy Powers Up World's First Hydrogen Electric Vehicle Charger

AFC Energy is preparing for the commercialisation of fuel cell-based EV Charge solutions to meet the growing demand for environmentally friendly power in the EV market.

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