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Elektromotive sparks EV revolution in Hong Kong

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The Brighton-based firm won a tender to export 20 of its Elektrobay charging units to Hong Kong, together with EBConnect management software to [.]. Electric cars charging EBConnect Elektrobay rechargingLeading provider of recharging solutions, Elektromotive has signed an important deal with one of China’s main energy providers CLP (China Light and Power) to expand its global reach to Hong Kong.

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Brighton to launch first EV car club

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Electric cars Brighton City Car Club Elektrobay Elektromotive Mercedes van VitoBritain’s seaside town of Brighton is to get its own electric car club, starting with a Mercedes Vito E-CELL van. Set to be run by City Car Club, the electric van will be available for members to use for local collections and deliveries. As part of the electrification of the town, charging point firm Elektromotive [.].

Elektromotive continues European expansion

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It will be responsible for the installation of the first Elektrobay roadside charging stations, which are scheduled to be completed ahead of this month’s COP15 global climate change conference in Copenhagen, which takes place from December 7-15. The first Elektrobays will be located in Copenhagen and the city of Odense after the company appointed a Danish roll-out partner in the form of CleanCharge Solutions, to carry out the installations.

Billing system for electric vehicle charging unveiled

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It will be installed at all Elektrobay charging stations of which there are already 160 across the UK. Tags: Electric cars Green cars Latest news EBConnect electric car charging billing Elektrobay Elektromotive British company Elektromotive has unveiled a groundbreaking tool for monitoring and invoicing electricity drawn from vehicle charging stations. Known as EBConnect, the technical innovation will make it easy to identify energy consumption and bill customers accurately.

City of Brighton to Install 20 Elektrobay PEV Charge Points

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The city of Brighton UK) plans to install 20 Elektrobay roadside charging stations for plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) over the coming year. As part of a concerted effort to encourage zero-emissions motoring in the city, councilors have given the go ahead to install an initial 10 Elektrobays in Brighton by the end of 2009, with a further 10 planned for installation early next year. Elektromotive has already completed installation of four Elektrobays at pilot sites in Brighton.

Mercedes prepares for electric vehicle take-up

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So far 20 Elektrobay recharging units, produced by Brighton-based Elektromotive, have been installed at seven locations as part of a pilot project, and further [.]. Mercedes-Benz and smart have started the installation of recharging points across their dealer networks in preparation for the, what is hoped will be a widespread uptake of electric vehicles in the UK.

Elektromotive at Goodwood

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To ensure they all remain fully charged for their multiple emissions-free runs up the legendary 1.6-mile hill-climb, Brighton-based Elektromotive is supplying the event organisers with four Elektrobays, the world’s only electric vehicle charging station in widespread day-to-day use. Already a familiar site on the streets of London and various locations around the UK, the Elektrobay will power all 13 of the Festival’s concept, prototype and production-ready electric-powered exhibits.

Elektromotive Extends European Recharging Network to Belgium and Luxembourg

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Pilot schemes will see the installation of 20 Elektrobay units in the two countries by the end of this year, ahead of further planned rollouts during 2010. The Elektrobay. Elektromotive has exported Elektrobays to Sweden, Holland, Germany, Ireland, Iceland and Saudi Arabia.

Brighton becomes electric car second city

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Plans to install 20 Elektrobay roadside charging stations over the coming year are part of a concerted effort to encourage zero-emissions motoring in the city. The remaining Elektrobays will be installed in two phases.

Elektromotive Lands EV Infrastructure Deal with KAUST in Saudi Arabia

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology ( KAUST ), a new graduate-level research university located in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia, has commissioned UK-based Elektromotive to install 150 Elektrobay charging stations across its campus by September 2009—one of the largest single EV infrastructure deals so far. KAUST will use the Elektrobay charging points to recharge 150 new electric vehicles that will transport staff and pupils around the campus.

Elektromotive heads to Belgium and Luxembourg

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Pilot schemes will begin almost straightaway, with 20 Elektrobay units to be installed in the country by the end of the year with further rollouts planned in 2010. They will then detail the steps that can be taken to quickly implement the Elektrobay networks ahead of the arrival of new electric and plug-in hybrids which are scheduled to be launched over the next three years.

Elektromotive selected to trial electric smart

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Already located on roadsides throughout London and in other major UK cities as well as in shopping-centre car parks across the country, the Elektrobay charging station is compatible with all fully-electric vehicles and plug-in electric hybrids.

Elektromotive to make breakthrough in Saudi Arabia

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Elektromotive will install 150 Elektrobay charging stations across the campus of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology by September this year. Tags: Electric cars Elektromotive Green cars Latest news charging points electric car charging points Elektrobays Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is probably the last place you’d expect to see a concerted shift towards emission free motoring - after all, the Kingdom is the world’s leading oil producer and exporter.

Renault-Nissan Alliance and Electromotive to Collaborate on Charging Infrastructure

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Elektromotive, which is based in Brighton, England, started developing charging station technology in 2003 and installed its first Elektrobay charging post in Westminster in the centre of London in 2006. The Brighton-based company also exports Elektrobays to Sweden, Holland, Germany and Ireland. Elektrobays are typically situated next to parking bays, within easy reach of an electric vehicle’s charging point.

Elektromotive Debuts Tool for Monitoring and Invoicing Electricity Drawn from Charging Stations; Three-Phase Fast Charge Prototype with Mennekes Coupler

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EBConnect will be installed in all Elektrobay charging stations, of which there are already more than 160 across the UK. The system allows the possibility of a number of payment methods including a ‘pay-and-go’ service, where the user adds credits to their personalized Elektrobay keyfob.

New free three-phase refuelling station in Camden

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Based on Elektromotive’s Elektrobay electric vehicle [.]. Electric vehicle recharging specialists Elektromotive has installed England’s first three-phase charging station, specially designed to recharge electric light commercial vehicles. Located at a new refuelling station at a bus depot in Camden, London, the new charging station will source some of its energy from the depot’s rooftop solar panels.

Electric car revolution on display at Manchester museum

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Visitors to city’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) will be able to see the technology that is powering the ‘green’ motoring revolution, which includes an Elektrobay electric vehicle (EV) recharging post, of the kind [.]. Electric cars and how they are charged has become the latest additions to a new exhibition of transport in Manchester.

TheGreenCarWebsite.co.uk interviews Elektromotive

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The first four years saw Elektromotive develop its iconic Elektrobay, a recharging station for on-street or multistorey car park installations. Founded in 2003, Elektromotive are a leading provider of electric vehicle charging points.

Electric car trial to boost electric infrastructure

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Many of the new charging stations that will be installed around the UK will be Eletromotive’s iconic Elektrobays, identical to those 160 already sited in London and in other locations around the UK. The Elektrobay is the only recharging station currently in widespread day-to-day use anywhere in the world.

Renault and Athlon Car Lease Partner in Rollout of EVs

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Also separately, EVSE (electric vehicle supply equipment) provider Elektromotive announced it, with its Danish roll-out partner, CleanCharge Solutions, install the first Elektrobay roadside charging stations in Copenhagen in time for COP15. Renault and Netherlands-based Athlon Car Lease International will cooperate in the joint delivery of Electric Vehicle (EV)-solutions to their mutual clients.