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Weekly Radar (October 30 - November 05)

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November 9, 2023

Each week, our team curates a selection of news articles, expert insights, and innovations related to electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, and the broader clean energy landscape. Whether you're an EV enthusiast, an industry professional, or simply curious about the future of transportation, our Weekly Radar will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the most relevant and engaging topics. Stay connected, stay informed, and join us on this electrifying journey towards a greener future.

  • Elli Introduces European Electric Fleet Charging - The EV Report --> Volkswagen’s Elli brand is introducing a pan-European intelligent charging solution for electric vehicle fleets named Elli Fleet Charging. This software allows companies in multiple European countries, including Germany, Italy, Spain, and Austria, to efficiently manage and cost-optimize their electric vehicle fleet charging. The service comes after its successful testing phase in Germany.
  • Oklahoma law regarding electric vehicle charging stations ( --> A new Oklahoma law regarding electric vehicle charging stations was praised as a model for other states. The law creates a level playing field for more EV charging stations to be built and also prevents from having to pay for them. The new law states the power company can't raise a bill in order to build an electric vehicle charging station that they own and operate.
  • Chevy Bolt EV, EUV 2nd Best-Selling Fleet Electric Vehicle ( --> The Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV together came in second after the Tesla Model 3 among electric vehicles bought for fleet operations during the 13 months from July 2022 through July 2023, according to recent research. S&P Global Mobility registration data shows the Chevy Bolt outperforming the first-place Tesla in certain fleet types, while the Tesla Model Y was in third place and the Ford F-150 Lightning came in fourth.
  • Why BP just spent $100 million on Tesla ultrafast chargers ( --> British energy company BP announced Thursday that it will spend $100 million buying Tesla ultrafast chargers to build out its “BP pulse” network in the United States. It will begin installing the self-branded chargers next year at its BP and Amoco gas stations, AMPM and Thorntons convenience stores, and TravelCenters of America truck stops, as well as at large “Gigahub” charging sites in major cities.
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