A team of EV aficionados takes on the challenge of 100% e-driving on an e-NV200 from Barcelona to the North Cape (Norway) and back in 40 days, powering their 10 000-km journey with CHAdeMO chargers along the way
Following the previous project in 2015, Nissan and BMW have announced the expansion of their joint initiative for multi-standard fast charging infrastructure. Over 200 additional 50kW DC fast charging stations will be installed across 33 states in the US by the end of this year.
Platform for electro-mobility, a European alliance of 25 companies and organisations including CHAdeMO Association, published a news release today to urge Member States to show more urgency and publish their plans for crucial e-mobility infrastructure
CHAdeMO Association welcomes the joint statement on collaboration released by the ministries of German and Japanese governments on 20 March (the Hannover Declaration), which includes next-generation electric car charging system
INTIS in partnership with a CHAdeMO member Technische Hochschule Deggendorf (THD) succeeded in applying CHAdeMO DC fast charging standard to high-powered inductive charging, a.k.a. wireless power transfer (WPT), based on the Transrapid dynamic WPT application
CHAdeMO celebrates double achievements: 2000 chargers in the US and 4000 in Europe. Together with Asia and the rest of the world there are over 13500 CHAdeMO chargers globally, a strong 35% growth in 1 year. 150kW chargers are expected in Europe in 2017.
Electric mobility, has its yearly meeting where the whole industry participates. Over the last 5 years, the e-mobility event not-to-be-missed in Europe has been eCarTec; and for the 4th time in a row it hosted CHAdeMO as one of the exhibitors.