The partners will build 80 high-powered chargers to Europe's highways in 2019.
Honda hasn't chosen its partner to produce next-generation batteries.
Faster charging, more density and longer life through a titanium niobium oxide anode.
NewMotion is the owner of one of Europe's largest electric vehicle charging networks.
The world's biggest charging network is getting bigger.
It's unclear how this would benefit Tesla owners.
Fremont City Council is now waiting for approval from state building and energy commissions.
Edison was more of a DC guy.
VW might also have to pay for hydrogen stations for cars it doesn't sell.
There's concern in the EV charging industry that VW could use its big investment into zero-emissions tech to influence the business or hurt established competitors.
If you drive an EV in London, then you can get a scooter-riding valet parking assistant to come meet you and whisk your car away for an easy charge.
Tesla shows off its "solid metal snake" charger that can autonomously plug in to juice up any of Teslas past, present, and future vehicles.
Indianapolis is having trouble with its plug-in cars, both the BlueIndy carsharing vehicles and the Vision Fleet municipal fleet.
ChargePoint will start offering system customized for apartment and condominium buildings.
Volkswagen is serious about investing in plug-in vehicle infrastructure, but wants to have Congress help out as well.
What do we need to have happen first? Have more people buy electric vehicles, or provide charging stations for EV drivers to plug into? Two researchers believe the government could stimulate the electric-car market by building more chargers. It might be even more worthwhile than offering tax credits.
Nissan knows that offering free charging can increase Leaf sales, so it only makes sense for them to expand the "No Charge to Charge" program. And that's exactly what happened yesterday.
What has BMW learned from years of electric vehicle test programs and working with Mini E drivers and the ActiveE Electronauts? According to BMW board member Herbert Diess, it's that public charging is not an important piece of the puzzle of making EVs a success. The way those early EV drivers used their vehicles told BMW that, "public infrastructure is not really very important because most people are charging their cars at home," Diess recently told Wards Auto. It's a message we've heard befor