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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

18
January
2023
| 17:26 Europe/Amsterdam
Autocharge is the ultimate charging experience for EV drivers. It's easy to use and makes charging as convenient as possible. All you have to do is plug in. The charging session will then start, as we like to say it, automagically ;)But this
09
January
2023
| 17:47 Europe/Amsterdam
Sustainable mobility is a noble goal, but it’s also crucial that we reduce emissions when building fast-charging infrastructure. To this end, our newest fast-charging station, opened in early 2023, was largely an emission-free build. Located at the
29
September
2022
| 09:00 Europe/Amsterdam
29 September 2022
01
September
2022
| 12:00 Europe/Amsterdam
1 September 2022 As the energy prices across Europe are still rising, we must raise prices to continue running a sustainable business so we can continue to cover our operating costs and ensure we are able to keep investing our capital in the