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"Silicon Canals - Amsterdam-based Fastned selected to build fast-charging stations in Belgium, powered by local sun and wind parks"

Fastned has been selected by the West Flemish Intercommunale (WVI) in Belgium to realise five large fast-charging stations on its business parks, mostly located along main roads in West Flanders.
25
Jun
2021
siliconcanals.com

"FleetEurope - Why superhubs represent the future of EV charging" - Interview with Fastned CEO Michiel Langezaal

Plans for Europe’s most powerful electric vehicle recharging hub, due to open in the fourth quarter of this year, offer a blueprint for the future of zero emission motoring. Energy Superhub Oxford, in the UK, will launch with 38 fast and ultra-rapid chargers, supported by a 10MW power line connected directly to the high voltage grid and a 50MW hybrid storage battery.
27
May
2021
www.fleeteurope.com

"Silicon Canals - Amsterdam-based Fastned teams up with Tesla to build an EV charging superhub"

In a recent development, Fastned announced that it has teamed up with Oxford City Council, Pivot Power, Tesla, and Wenea to build and operate one of its largest fast-charging stations at the upcoming Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO).
22
May
2021
siliconcanals.com

Blog

03
January
2020
| 13:11 Europe/Amsterdam
Fast charging stations can be a simple and grid-friendly solution to charge large amounts of EVs on renewable energy. Because large fast charging stations require little land, they are a good slution for cities to charge large numbers of
18
May
2018
| 13:14 Europe/Amsterdam
What is fast charging? How does it work? How fast can it get? And why is a network of fast charging stations so important for the breakthrough of electric cars? Fastned Head of Network Technology Roland van der Put wrote an introduction to answer
18
April
2017
| 13:02 Europe/Amsterdam
Sharing electric vehicles in cities is a huge opportunity to improve air quality, reduce carbon emissions and drive down the costs of mobility — all at the same time.
25
November
2015
| 11:34 Europe/Amsterdam
If Europe wants to maintain its automotive prowess, we have to start building massive battery factories, develop electric car platforms, retool factories and roll out a reliable and dense European fast charging network — all at the same time. And we