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The establishment of a dense public network of ultra-fast e-vehicle charging stations can be realised much faster than previously assumed. E.ON and Volkswagen Group Components are giving a new impetus with the prototype of a new, flexible ultra-fast charging station that will be presented in Essen. By integrating a battery system, it will be possible to install ultra-fast charging stations almost anywhere and at significantly lower cost without civil engineering or mains connection.
The European Commission announced that it has no objection to increased funding for electric vehicles in Germany. The Federal Government can thus increase the environmental bonus for electric vehicles as announced. The new funding rates are applicable to all vehicles that were registered after November 4, 2019.
Automobili Pininfarina has made a fast start into 2020, the 90th anniversary year of Pininfarina SpA, commencing the testing and development phase for the ground-breaking Battista – the world’s first fully electric luxury hypercar.
BASF announced a new battery materials production site in Schwarzheide, Germany, as part of its multi-step investment plan to support the European electric vehicle (EV) value chain.
Ford revealed the all-new Mustang Mach-E to the European public for the first time as the company launched a new ‘Go Electric’ experience that will help consumers across the UK and Europe make an informed transition to an electrified future.