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Australian start-up, Chargefox, to build Australia’s largest ultra-rapid network of EV charging stations

Australian start-up, Chargefox Pty Ltd has successfully raised $15 million to enable it to commence building Australia’s largest open, ultra-rapid network of charging stations for electric vehicles. The funding has come from a combination of sources including investment from The Australian Mobility Clubs (NRMA, RACV, RACQ, RAC, RAA and RACT), Wilson Transformers and the founder…

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Nissan Leaf to help stabilise the electricity grid in Germany

Nissan has helped reach an important milestone on the road towards emission-free energy and mobility in Germany. With an innovative charging and energy management solution, the project partners – technology company The Mobility House, energy supplier ENERVIE and transmission system operator Amprion – have qualified the Nissan LEAF for the regulatory requirements needed for primary power regulation.…

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Ford to launch new generation of Mondeo hybrid models in Europe

Ford will enhance the fuel-efficient Mondeo hybrid petrol-electric vehicle range in Europe, including the introduction of the first hybrid estate (wagon) from 2019. The new Mondeo hybrid estate will enable customers who require greater load-carrying capability to benefit from the efficiency and refinement of an electric powertrain in many driving scenarios, while maintaining the driving…

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Mazda rotary engine to return as ev range-extender

Mazda will launch its first Electric Vehicles (EV) in 2020 as part of its ‘Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030’ long-term technology development programme. Unique technology approach Mazda will initially launch two battery EVs. One powered solely by battery, the other pairing a battery with Mazda’s small, lightweight and exceptionally quiet rotary engine as a range-extender. The range-extender…

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