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Tuesday 27 November 2018

VW updates I.D. Cargo Buzz with solar for LA Show

Cargo vans look to be the next big opportunity for electrification, as they can save a lot of pollution with all the time and mileage the spend on the road.

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Friday 23 November 2018

King County Metro in Seattle, Washington, is testing EV Buses with more than 140 miles of range

The ultimate goal is to become 100% zero-emission by 2040

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Thursday 22 November 2018

CCS Becoming Dominant DC Charging Standard In Europe — Will Nissan Drop CHAdeMO?

Recent and upcoming EVs are designed for DC fast charging speeds of 100 kW and more, and are overwhelmingly favouring CCS as the standard charging architecture. Next-generation charging networks in Europe and the US are also favouring CCS. Despite its early lead, CHAdeMO now looks to be falling behind.

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Tuesday 20 November 2018

FedEX is getting a fleet of 1,000 electric vans from Chanje EV startup

FedEX announced today its latest move to accelerate the electrification of its massive delivery vehicle fleet by securing 1,000 electric vans from Chanje.

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Thursday 15 November 2018

VW is planning to build 15 million electric vehicles

UPDATE: The very premise of this piece has been shaken when Volkswagen told the original source of this report, Automotive News, that its chief executive had misstated the number of MEB vehicles it now planned to eventually build to be 50 million, not 15 million.

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