Using V2X (bi-directional) charging, fleets could sell energy from their own fleet back to the grid when needed.
ABB E-mobility has announced the opening of new EV charger manufacturing operations in Columbia, South Carolina. The multi-million dollar investment will increase the production of electric vehicle chargers, including Buy America Act compliant ones, and create over 100 jobs, ABB says. The new facility will be capable of producing up to 10,000 chargers per year,
The Moreno Valley Unified School District (MVUSD) has approved a project from InCharge Energy, Creative Bus Sales and IC Bus to deploy 42 electric school buses and an electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to support the new fleet. The electric buses – expected to be the largest operating electrified school bus fleet in California –
InCharge Energy has launched “InCharge as a Service,” an EV charging subscription offering for commercial fleets that provides the infrastructure they need, paid for on a monthly or variable basis, without directly owning and operating the infrastructure themselves. InCharge Energy bundles all the costs of an EV charging infrastructure into a monthly fee that varies
InCharge Energy has released its latest charging hardware offering – the ICE-180. This all-in-one DC fast charger is compatible with all CCS and CHAdeMO EVs and the company says it is ideal for auto dealers, commercial fleet charging and parking applications where higher-power DC charging is needed in a small space. The ICE-180 is a