These two e-mobility hubs between will provide a total of 80 electrified parking spaces exclusively powered by renewable energy.
This article explores recent changes to Spain’s e-mobility legislative framework as the government ramps up its promotion of the decarbonisation of the transport sector as part of the country’s energy transition between 2030 and 2050.
With a €350m clean energy portfolio with a total installed capacity of 500 MW, Eranovum is an investment and management services company active in the renewable energy sector.
The deal was signed 29th September 2021 and is expected to close by the end of the year.
WFW advises GP JOULE Connect on e-mobility joint venture with Renault’s MOBILIZE Power Solutions15 October 2021
The aim is to improve the charging infrastructure for electric and plug-in hybrid fleets whilst reducing operating costs and simultaneously making an impactful contribution to climate neutrality.
In this article we discuss recent developments in the e-mobility market in Greece, with the entry of new legislation to promote e-mobility.
Martin Lucas has written a feature article on the future of e-charging infrastructure in the UK for prominent industry magazine Energy Manager.
In addition to the initial 112 sites, EVN has plans to develop a further circa 380 EV charging sites, requiring an additional circa £150m in the next 36 months, for which SEEIT has a right of first negotiation.
This article higlights the key talking points that arose from a recent webinar hosted by WFW and Grant Thornton on the future of EV in the UK.
This article, focusing on UK, is the sixth of a series of articles exploring the future of e-charging in Europe.