Editor Blogs

July 2023
7 Automakers Unveil Joint EV Charging Network

7 Automakers Unveil Joint EV Charging Network

­The single-best ingredient for beating range anxiety is sufficient infrastructure. If it’s not there, it’ll be that much harder to convince people to give up arguably a far more convenient solution. And that’s led a septuplet of automakers to launch the Avengers of public charging networks in North America.
Date:
07/31/2023
Ford Drops Price of its Electric F-150 Lightning by up to 10K

Ford Drops Price of its Electric F-150 Lightning by up to 10K

­With Tesla’s Cybertruck right around the corner, Ford is making aggressive moves to retain some of the electric light-duty truck market. Owing to various factors, Ford is reducing the price of its F-150 Lightning electric pickup by up to $10,000. According to the company, increased plant capacity, continued
Date:
07/24/2023
Automating EV Rechargers

Rocsys' autonomous EV recharger

­Building out the EV infrastructure is more than just a massive network of charging stations, and Rocsys is reminding us of that with an autonomous recharge solution. Rocsys has introduced a robotic arm — with AI-powered computer vision technology — that can add autonomous functionality to any EV char
Date:
07/17/2023
Competition Boosts Sustainability in the Community
Engineers Without Borders

The winning team from the University of Greenwich receiving their certificate from Helena Barrett, Chair of the Board of Trustees at Engineers Without Borders UK.

Engineers Without Borders has announced the winners of its annual Engineering for People Design Challenge. The challenge is intended to take a project learning approach that support students in understanding their impact as engineers on both people and the planet. Each year, a new community partner is chosen to
Date:
07/13/2023
Great Britain's Energy Regulator to Limit

Britain's finance minister, Jeremy Hunt

­Britain is taking steps to limit what it deems excessive energy profits. Back in June, Britain's finance minister Jeremy Hunt met with an assortment of regulators to “to guarantee markets are working properly” for consumers beset by high household bills (including increased mortgage costs). After Minister
Date:
07/10/2023
PowerGo to Install 300 EV Charging Stations at Hotels Across Europe

PowerGo to Install 300 EV Charging Stations at Hotels Across Europe

­EV charging is increasingly coming to you. While several providers are building out the charging infrastructure, with electric stations spread strategically across the globe, retailers are starting to add them for eco-conscious shoppers. The latest — Radisson Hotel Group has tapped PowerGo to provide EV charg
Date:
07/03/2023

 


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