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September 8, 2023

Three key trends that are driving the EV charging market

Shazan Siddiqi, senior technology analyst at IDTechEx, provides expert insight into the fast-evolving EV charging infrastructure landscape.
August 11, 2023

Solid-state battery NEVs poised to rival gasoline vehicles in range

A TrendForce report on the “Development of Solid-State Batteries for NEVs” has news for the EV industry: Automakers are actively ramping up their investments and research into solid-state batteries, which are expected to enter mass production by 2030.
August 7, 2023

White Paper: Exploring consumer perceptions and challenges that impact mass EV adoption

Those hesitant to put a toe in the EV market might reconsider now that a group of automakers plans to add 30,000 charging stations in North America.
August 2, 2023

The impact of the automakers’ North American EV charging partnership on EV adoption...and on Tesla

Last week’s announcement that seven major automakers are partnering to build a new network of 30,000 EV chargers in North America by the end of the decade received plenty of attention. What are those in the industry saying now – after the dust has settled a bit?
July 28, 2023

How reliable is EV charging infrastructure?

With the installation of new charge points not keeping pace with the number of EVs on the road, improving the reliability of the existing charging network is even more critical. David Cornish, head of product at Techniche, tells EVC&I that charger reliability is well below requirements both in the UK and US.
July 14, 2023

White Paper: Optimising the selection of EV charging station locations

A need for increased charging infrastructure remains a significant barrier to EV adoption.  To locate the optimum locations for new charging points, data about EV usage patterns is required, however, gathering this data has historically been challenging. 
July 14, 2023

OFF-GRID: 5 minutes on infrastructure with...David Hytch of PlusCharge

David Hytch of turnkey EV charging stations provider Pluscharge discusses all things EV charging, including the need to remove payments friction, how a lot of schemes are on hold due to lack of on-site electricity, and how flexible chargepoint advertising benefits both advertisers and site owners.
July 7, 2023

Moto boss: More joined up thinking needed from government to meet EV charging power requirements

Motorway services operator Moto Hospitality is one of the UK's biggest deployers of EV charging infrastructure. Chief executive Ken McMeikan says that rapidly escalating EV numbers means a lot more energy will be needed, but more joined up thinking from government and utilities will be required to achieve this.
June 30, 2023

Comment: UK’s charging networks deter EV ownership

Range anxiety is not the main issue for EV drivers, it's 'destination desperation'. Most public AC chargers do not accept contactless payments, and the myriad of different operators usually require drivers to set up an account and download an app. The situation is ridiculous and acting as a deterrent to EV ownership, argues Colin Sowman.
June 21, 2023

What the deals between Ford/GM and Tesla really mean

EV charging expert Matt Bloom, director of partnerships at AmpUp, talks to EVC&I about the impact of the charging link-up between the three automotive giants.
June 9, 2023

Mind the EV charging gap: Women excluded from EV transition

A number of key barriers, including the perceived risk of charging safety, are causing women to be left behind in the electrification of cars.