Optima to provide data management solution for bp pulse’s EV charging network

Energy data specialist Optima Technology has formed a strategic partnership with bp pulse  to consolidate, measure and manage energy usage data and support the global rollout of its electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. 

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England’s most popular public EV charging locations revealed

England’s most popular public electric vehicle (EV) charging locations have been revealed by Zap-Map – with GRIDSERVE’s Electric Super Hub at Moto Rugby topping the list.  

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Rise in rapid chargers should mean end to ‘range anxiety’ as Zap-Map releases charge point installation figures

Zap-Map, the UK’s leading EV charging app, has published new mid-year figures for charge point installations in 2022 – with the growth of ultra-rapid charge points rising by almost 40% since the end of 2021.

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Installing an EV charging hub underground

UK Power Networks Services worked with bp pulse to install 22 50kW rapid electric vehicle chargers below Park Lane in central London. Completed last year, the project launched the UK’s first EV charging hub. 

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Tritium and BP enter into contract for supply of almost 1,000 EV chargers

Tritium, a global developer and manufacturer of direct current (DC) fast chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), has entered into a multi-year contract with bp for the supply of chargers and related services to support the company’s global EV charging network.

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bp pulse have revealed more details of their £1bn infrastructure boost

First announced alongside the Government’s EV Infrastructure Strategy bp have announced plans to invest £1 billion in electric vehicle charging in the UK, supercharging the roll-out of fast, convenient charging across the country.

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Government unveils EV Infrastructure Strategy with plans for 300,000 charge points by 2030

The Government has unveiled its Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy which includes plans to support the UK market to reach 300,000 public EV charge points by 2030. A £450 million Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure [LEVI] Fund will see local authorities able to bid for funding to help accelerate the rollout of EV hubs and on-street charging whilst the existing £950m Rapid Charging Fund will support the rollout of at least 6,000 high powered super-fast chargepoints across England’s motorways by 2035.

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