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"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

"CleanTechnica - Fastned Needs More Locations to Build Charging Stations"

Fastned was enormously proud it kept growing during the Covid-19 lockdown. It also mentioned that the Q1 results were probably 60% lower than they would have been without the pandemic. This is calculated based on kWh charged per BEV on the road in the Netherlands.
15
Apr
2021
cleantechnica.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