Monthly archive - November 2011

Nissan North America selects Coulomb Technologies Chargepoint Network

Nissan North America selects Coulomb Technologies Chargepoint Network

Nissan LEAF Website Now Displays Real-Time Station Information from ChargePoint Network

FRANKLIN, Tenn., Nov. 17, 2011 — Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today selected Coulomb Technologies ChargePoint® Network to provide  electric vehicle public charging infrastructure locations for Nissan LEAF drivers

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GM showcases Beat battery electric vehicle

GM showcases Beat battery electric vehicle

General Motors on Monday showcased its first electric vehicle prototype Beat battery electric vehicle (BEV) completely designed by Indian engineers.

The General Motors President and Managing Director, Mr Karl Slym, told newspersons that the demonstration vehicle will be used to showcase the effectiveness of battery electric vehicle technology in India. He did not give a timeline for the launch of the electric car in the country.

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Honda Small Sports EV at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show

Honda Small Sports EV at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show

Honda is planning to take over everyone’s attention with its entry into the Tokyo Motor Show this December with its largest number of displays. The automaker will be the first ever to display its various productions including the concept vehicles and even a bulk of motorcycles.

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KCP&L Begins Electric Vehicle Charging Pilot Program Using Coulomb Technologies’ ChargePoint Network

KCP&L Begins Electric Vehicle Charging Pilot Program Using Coulomb Technologies’ ChargePoint Network

Utility Taps ChargePoint Network for Data Gathering at Eight Partner Locations: Retail, Manufacturing Plant, Corporate Office, Municipal, Community College and Hospital.

Chargepoint EV chargerCampbell, Calif., November 14, 2011 – Coulomb Technologies today announced that KCP&L, an investor-owned utility headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., is using Coulomb’s ChargePoint® Network to access essential electric vehicle (EV) charging station data collected for a three-year pilot program in and around the Kansas City region.  The program consists of eight diverse program-partner EV charging sites including a community college, hospital, manufacturing plant, corporate office, municipal and retail locations.  The charging network is used to gather data from EV drivers including usage, number of charging events, number of kilowatt hours used and how it translates to greenhouse gas savings.

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