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    FreeWire acquires Mobilyze.ai platform to enhance electric vehicle (EV) charging utilisation forecast service offering

    FreeWire Technologies has announced it has acquired Mobilyze.ai, a platform that uses artificial intelligence to help site hosts strategically place fast-charging stations to maximise their return on investment.  FreeWire Technologies is a leader in ultra-fast...

    GM advances Dealer Community Charging Program as it aims to install 40,000 electric vehicle (EV) chargers across North America

    General Motors (GM), the US automaker, has celebrated the official launch of its Dealer Community Charging Program with the installation of the first community electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in Wisconsin and Michigan.  Since the...

    Electric vehicle (EV) charging specialist Mer announces partnership with DX Group plc

    Electric vehicle (EV) charging specialist Mer has announced a partnership with DX Group plc, a leading provider of delivery solutions, including parcel freight, secure courier, 2-Man and logistics services. Recently DX Freight announced an initial...

    StoreDot extreme fast charging electric vehicles (EVs) validated by independent lab as production nears readiness

    StoreDot, the pioneer of extreme fast charging (XFC) batteries for electric vehicles (EVs), has had its game-changing technology successfully validated by the leading independent battery lab Shmuel De-Leon Energy. The internationally renowned experts in the...

    Ohme and Motability Operations drive forward together on electric mobility for all

    One year on from the start of their partnership, smart charging company, Ohme, and Motability Operations continue to see the number of drivers choosing an electric vehicle (EV) increase. The electric vehicle proportion of the...

    BrightDrop enters international market with DHL and begins production at Canada’s first large-scale electric vehicle (EV) facility

    BrightDrop, the technology start-up decarbonising last-mile deliveries for the logistics industry that’s owned by General Motors (GM), today announced it had entered its first international market, Canada, adding DHL Express Canada to its customer...