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GRIDSERVE says this will secure the delivery of more than 5,000 High-Power Chargers over the next three years across the Electric Highway public charging network, and with such a strategically important network on the UK’s motorways, it will help fleets have greater confidence to electrify their vehicles, knowing drivers can recharge quickly while away on business.

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Volvo Cars to Build Third European Manufacturing Plant

The first new Volvo European manufacturing site in almost 60 years, the new state-of-the-art plant will be climate neutral and build only electric cars, supporting Volvo’s goal to be fully electric by 2030 and climate neutral by 2040.

Netherlands and Germany Hog 50% of All EV Chargers

There is also a clear split between central and eastern European countries and western Europe. Romania, for example, has 0.4% of all the EU’s charging points yet it is six times the size of the Netherlands.

All-New Lexus 2023 RX Unveiled

The model’s powertrain lineup aims “to meet diverse customer needs while contributing to the realization of a carbon-neutral society,” says the car manufacturer.

Ford Appoints Martin Sanders as European GM & Ford-Werke Board Chair

According to Ford, the appointment reiterates the automaker’s commitment to accelerating the electrification of its European product range, achieving zero emissions for all vehicle sales in Europe and carbon neutrality across its European footprint of facilities, logistics, and suppliers by 2035.

Global EV Sales Continue Strong in 2022

An annual report from the International Energy Agency says that electric vehicle sales have surged from this time last year despite ongoing components shortages and supply chain challenges.

ŠKODA Begins EV Battery Production at Czech Plant

Czech auto manufacturer ŠKODA Auto has begun manufacturing battery systems for all-electric vehicles based on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB), the only production facility for MEB in Europe outside Auto Germany.

Ampol Pilots EV Fast-Charger Sites for Potential National Rollout

Australian transport fuel company Ampol has announced the rollout of five electric vehicle fast-charger sites, the initial steps in a planned national charging network. The network, branded as AmpCharge, will provide at-home and on-the-road service, leveraging the company’s existing infrastructure.

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