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Franklin’s Charging Shows Us What EV Charging As A Small Business Looks Like

CleanTechnica EVs

When it comes to both gas stations and EV charging, the big names get most of the attention. Tesla, Electrify America, EVgo, and others are what people think of first for EV charging, largely because just about everyone has either charged at one or seen one. But, on the gas.

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Don’t Panic, Wireless EV Charging Can Calm The EV Charging Station Chaos

CleanTechnica EVs

Wireless EV charging technology can help overcome some challenges to widespread EV adoption with improvements in convenience and reliability. The post Don’t Panic, Wireless EV Charging Can Calm The EV Charging Station Chaos appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Megawatt charging for electric big rigs is starting to arrive

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After a few years of slow rolling, megawatt charging for electric commercial trucks is arriving in a substantial way. WattEV this week announced the opening of a solar-powered charging station for medium-duty and heavy-duty commercial trucks in Bakersfield, California.

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Flexible controls could boost EV charging station reliability

Green Car Reports

EVs and charging stations have aspired to provide EV drivers with something that rivals the turnaround time of gas stations. While charge rates are important, reliability and simply being able to get a charge, ultimately, are perhaps more important points that some charging networks seem to have glossed over in the process.

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Electrify America EV charging network set to grow by 25% in 2024

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Electrify America confirmed Thursday, on the sixth anniversary of its first fast-charger installation, that it’s planning a big expansion of its fast-charging network in 2024. EA aims to reach 5,000 chargers by the end of the year, including larger charging stations and broader support for Plug & Charge payment tech.

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Electromobility: Wireless Charging — Convenient & Automatable

CleanTechnica EVs

Everyday test of inductive charging station in Braunschweig Inductive wireless energy transfer is a future-proof way of charging electric vehicles, especially for applications in public spaces. A major advantage over wired charging is the convenience for the user and the ease with which it can be automated.

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4th WattEV Solar-Powered Truck Charging Depot in Bakersfield Features MCS Rapid Charging & Battery Energy Storage System

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continued] The post 4th WattEV Solar-Powered Truck Charging Depot in Bakersfield Features MCS Rapid Charging & Battery Energy Storage System appeared first on CleanTechnica. The WattEV Bakersfield.