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What the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill means for the US energy landscape

A group of senators has released a $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework designed to make transformational investments in energy, transport, clean water and broadband infrastructure.
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Capgemini to transition entire vehicle fleet to electric by 2030

Capgemini will transition its entire vehicle fleet to electric by 2030 as the firm targets to reduce its carbon footprint.

Enel X and Volkswagen joint venture to drive e-mobility in Italy

A new joint venture is set to be formed by energy services company Enel X and automaker Volkswagen to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) in Italy.
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Singapore pilots EVs as distributed storage for grid reliability

Singapore Power will be installing four vehicle to grid charging infrastructures at its premises under the pilot which runs through June 2022.

Nissan unveils a £1 billion electric vehicle hub in the UK

As part of efforts to accelerate the transition to smart mobility, automaker Nissan has unveiled a £1bn Electric Vehicle Hub in the UK.

Amsterdam expands EV charging stations with TotalEnergies

As part of its Clean Air Action Plan, the Municipality of Amsterdam is partnering with TotalEnergies to increase the number of EV chargers.
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Utility investments in customer programmes to accelerate EV adoption

The majority of utilities in North America will improve customer understanding of EVs to accelerate EV adoption over the coming years.

Duke and AMPLY leverage solar-power for bus fleet electrification

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions is partnering with AMPLY Power to expand fleet electrification offerings, including the first commercially available combination solar canopy and overhead EV charging solution.

‘Electricity at the heart of saving the planet’ says Eurelectric president

Pat O 'Doherty has been a member of the Eurelectric board since 2012 and reflects on how things have changed in the energy sector during that time.

Tesla and partners install Europe’s most powerful EV chargers in Oxford

Energy services and EV charging tech firms including Tesla and Wenea to develop the most powerful EV charging hub in Europe.