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Electric vehicle charging solutions: Could transportable stations be the answer?

Innovation News Network

British Forces Cyprus has awarded Beam Global a £820,000 contract to provide electric vehicle charging solutions. Learn more here. The post Electric vehicle charging solutions: Could transportable stations be the answer? appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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Beam Global receives first European order for its EV ARC solar EV charging systems – Charged EVs

Baua Electric

Beam Global has received a million-dollar order from the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) for ten EV ARC EV charging systems and one ARC Mobility trailer, to be deployed at British Sovereign Bases on Cyprus.

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Chrysler Airflow Concept Introduces Graphite Persona At NYIAS

InsideEVs

In contrast with the original Arctic White exterior, the Airflow Graphite sports a Galaxy Black paint and Cyprus Copper accents.

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The British military just bought these off-grid solar EV chargers

Baua Electric

The UK Ministry of Defence ordered 10 of Beam Global’s EV ARC sustainable charging systems and one ARC Mobility trailer, which it will deploy at British Sovereign Base Areas in Cyprus. It’s the first big order for Beam Global’s Europe factory, but it’s already sold “hundreds” of US-manufactured off-grid solar EV chargers to the US military.

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Sales of chargeable vehicles more than triple in EU in Q3 to take 9.9% new market share

Green Car Congress

With the exception of Cyprus, all EU markets saw declines in demand for gasoline cars during the three-month period, including the four major markets. Gasoline car sales posted an even stronger drop (-24.3%), going from more than 1.7 million units last year to 1.3 million units in the third quarter of 2020.

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ACEA: plug-in vehicles take 6.8% market share in Europe in Q1 2020; HEVs at 9.4%

Green Car Congress

With the exception of Cyprus and Lithuania, all EU markets have faced double-digit drops so far this year. With the vast majority of European dealerships closed in March as a result of the containment measures, demand for gasoline cars also plummeted. Gasoline vehicle sales contracted by 32.2%, from almost 2 million units last year to 1.3

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ACEA report finds growth of charging points not keeping pace with rising demand for electric vehicles in Europe

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The country with the most infrastructure, the Netherlands, has more than 1,000 times more charging points than the country with the least infrastructure (Cyprus, with 38 charging points).

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