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Frank Mühlon: "Demand for cheaper charging stations." In an interview, the head of charging infrastructure at ABB announces new products in the AC and DC segment

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In an interview, the head of charging infrastructure at ABB announces new products in the AC and DC segment With over 14,000 DC charging stations installed, the Swiss group ABB is one of the most important suppliers of charging infrastructure.

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Product news - Heidelberg 11 kW Wallbox

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The ADAC test winner Heidelberg Wallbox, which you can order at https://rechargier.com/products/heidelberg-wallbox-europa-home-eco, announced upcoming improvements and updates to its products.

At the start of the third quarter, Heidelberg will also be offering Wallbox Energy Control, an enhanced version of its basic Wallbox Home Eco model with integrated load management that enables several electric cars to be charged simultaneously. 

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Mercedes-Benz presents its new plug-in drives for A- to S-Class

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Mercedes-Benz presents its new plug-in drives for A- to S-Class
On the way to purely electric mobility, plug-in hybrids represent an important bridging technology for many car manufacturers. In its third generation, Mercedes-Benz is presenting an efficient drive package with its EQ Power models, thus taking a further step towards CO2-neutral mobility. Mercedes-Benz customers will b...

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Which electric cars can charge 3-phase?

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What does three-phase charging mean and which electric cars can charge 3-phase? We go through what three-phase charging means and what cars can charge on a 3-phase, as well as whether a 3-phase charging station is necessary at home.

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University of California: Fast charging damages batteries of electric cars

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Engineers at the University of California (UC), Riverside, stated in a recent study that commercial fast-charging stations expose e-car batteries to high temperatures and high resistance, which can cause them to break, leak and lose their storage capacity. To prevent this from happening, the researchers have developed...

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