Zappi 2018 EV Charge Point (Image: myEnergi)

Myenergi unveils new zappi charger to ‘bridge the gap’ between renewables and EVs

Energy technology company Myenergi has launched an updated version of its zappi EV charger, one that it says “bridges the gap” between renewable generation and electric vehicles. The new zappi charger fully complies with new regulations to come into force next year, and professes to be far easier to install due to no earth rod

Tesla Model3 (Image: Wikimedia/Carlquinn)

Tesla to open up CCS fast charging for European Model 3, Model S and Model X

Third-party CCS fast charging available to all Tesla Model 3 owners with adaptors coming for Model S and Model X owners European Tesla Model 3s will come with a CCS (Combined Charging System) fast charging compatible port when they arrive in the early part of 2019. That means that, as well as using Tesla’s own

Our BMW i3 on charge at Corley Services (Image: T. Larkum)

Utilities, automakers and big oil: the future of EV charging

Utilities, automakers and big oil companies will drive the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, according to a new report by EY, which warns that despite market uncertainty, investment needs to be made or “it’s highly likely they’ll be late to the party”. ‘Driving the electric vehicle revolution’, released as part of the consultancy’s Renewable

Figure 4: Charging on Christmas Day (Image: T. Larkum)

ScottishPower follows up renewables shift with electric vehicle supply offer

ScottishPower has launched an ‘end-to-end’ electric vehicle deal alongside a car retailer to offer drivers an EV of their choice with an installation of a home charger, powered with green electricity. Following last month’s announcement that the company had sold its gas and hydro assets to be 100% powered by wind, the company has continued

OVO Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) charging (Image: T. Larkum/Fuel Included)

EDF Energy prepares launch of V2G offer following agreement with Nuvve

EDF Energy is to offer its business customers vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers, as well as using them on its own sites, after partnering with charger supplier and technology developer Nuvve. The supplier is expecting the partnership to result in up to 1,500 installations of V2G chargers, while hoping to unlock 15MW of additional energy storage capacity