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Electrify America to install 2,800 charging stations at workplaces and multi-unit dwellings across US

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Electrify America LLC announced it will install more than 2,800 workplace and residential charging stations by June 2019 in 17 of the biggest metropolitan areas in the United States. The companies have committed to install 35% of all multi-family and workplace sites in California in designated low-income or disadvantaged community areas.

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Evatran completes 1500+ hours of wireless charging trials with fleets

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Evatran has logged more than 1,500 hours of charging time on its Plugless L2 wireless charging systems installed across the country through its Apollo Trial Program. More than 15 installations are now complete, with the final installations slated for mid-August. Earlier post.).

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Nissan LEAF passes 25,000 sales mark in US

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We’re seeing the adoption curve for EVs accelerate, and there is tremendous interest not only on the West Coast but in a number of new strongholds like Atlanta, Raleigh, Denver, Dallas, Chicago, St. Nissan has sold more than 62,000 units worldwide. Louis and many more.

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U.S. lawmakers start a new battle: gas stations vs. charging piles

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billion for electric vehicle charging infrastructure, with the goal of installing it across the United States by 2030. Their enthusiasm is evident in the contrasting proposals for new gas stations in Los Angeles, California, and Raleigh, North Carolina. 500,000 public charging piles.

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Pike forecasts growth for wireless charging for plug-in vehicles, but tied to overall growth of plug-in market

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There are signs that such systems, installed at the factory or added at the dealership, could become a market differentiator for EV models, Pike suggests. Evatran plans to have over twenty installations as part of the Apollo Trial Program.

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Electrify America releases $300M Cycle 2 national ZEV investment plan; metro charging, autonomous charging, renewable generation

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Select DCFC stations also will be installed near multiunit dwellings (MUDs), expanding access to drivers who reside in apartment complexes and similar communities. These metro areas are expected to account for more than 50% of expected battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in operation outside California through 2022 (Navigant, 2017).

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NREL publishes online collection of case studies in EV deployment

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The case study includes Oregon’s step-by-step process for permitting, installation and inspection of home charging equipment. The other locations featured in Deployment Case Studies include Raleigh, NC; Houston, Texas; and Los Angeles, California.