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Electrify Canada Opens EV Charge Station in Canada
LeasePlan Urges for more EV Charge Stations in Europe
Electric Cars in Russia Ready for a Breakthrough

Electric Cars in Russia Ready for a Breakthrough

The electric vehicle market in Russia is gaining a larger foothold due to a multitude of factors. One main driving factor is the fact that the Russian government itself is pushing the development of electric vehicles.

April 30, 2019

Australian EV Charging Company Opens Netherlands Headquarters
Automakers Opening 400 EV Charge Stations in Europe by 2020
Queensland Building 1,242-Mile EV Highway
MitFuso Opens Truck Power Charging Station in Japan
Renault-Nissan Adds EV Charging for COP21 Summit

Chile's First EV to Cost $12,000

Soki, Chile’s first electric car, with room for two people and a 37-mile range between charges, will be introduced with a US$12,000 price tag.

September 28, 2015

Australia Establishes 'Electric Highway'

Australia Establishes 'Electric Highway'

Seven city councils in West Australia have financed 12 charging stations between Perth and Augusta to create the country’s first “Electric Highway,” according to Circontrol.

July 28, 2015

Nissan, BMW Expand EV Charging in South Africa
Cognac Fleet Takes Delivery of 45 EVs

Cognac Fleet Takes Delivery of 45 EVs

Cognac maker Jas Hennessy & Co, which is headquartered in Cognac, France, has taken delivery from Renault of 45 electric vehicles (23 ZOEs and 22 Kangoo Z.E.s).

May 1, 2015

BMW Street Lights Include EV Chargers
Australian EV Charging Specialist Comes to Germany

Australian EV Charging Specialist Comes to Germany

As part of its international expansion program, Australian-based electric vehicle (EV) specialist Tritium has signed its first preferred-supplier agreement in Europe with E-WALD, a German provider of e-mobility solutions.

October 20, 2014

Tesla Expanding EV Charging in China

Tesla Expanding EV Charging in China

Tesla Motors is partnering with China Unicom, the second-largest mobile phone company in that country, to set up a nationwide network of charging points for its battery-electric vehicles.

September 2, 2014