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Oslo funds fast charging for heavy electric vehicles

Oslo has launched a grant scheme to support the installation of charging stations for electric buses (and trucks) in the Norwegian capital. The first round of funding through the “Climate and Energy Fund” saw Oslo bear up to 80 percent of the installation costs. So far, 28 new fast charg...

Shell takes over German chargers provider SBRS

Shell Deutschland has signed an agreement with Schaltbau Holding AG to buy 100% stake in SBRS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Schaltbau Holding AG (a provider of charging infrastructure solutions for commercial electric vehicles, including e-buses, e-trucks and e-vans). The transaction is expected to ...

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4Fleets, the platform for innovation in bus fleet maintenance

Digigroup Informatica presents 4Fleets, an innovative web platform that optimize fleet maintenance process using the industry-standard TiGR (Telematics for intelligent Garage in Real Time) communication protocol recently introduced in the European bus marketplace. The role of the TiGR protocol TiGR ...

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Kempower targets to establish operations in the US by end 2023

Kempower’s Board of Directors has approved an update to the company’s growth strategy. The Finnish group targets to establish operations in the United States by the end of the year 2023. This is an advanced timeline compared to the previously published target of 2025. Apart from the updated ta...

Bus2Bus, Kempower presents its fast charging technology

Just a few hours before the start of the third edition of Bus2Bus in Berlin, a preview of a novelty that will be launched during the two-day event: Kempower will be punching its ticket at Messe Berlin and presenting its fast charging technology. Specifically, the EV charging technology provider&#821...
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