Electric Vehicle

HUBER+SUHNER completes its electric vehicle high-power charging portfolio with launch of RADOX® HPC200 Real Wire Thu, 07/09/2020 - 04:34

HUBER+SUHNER, a leading worldwide supplier of electrical and optical connectivity solutions, has launched its new Direct Current (DC) high-power charging system RADOX HPC200, completing the company’s renowned RADOX® HPC portfolio.

With this latest addition, the RADOX HPC portfolio enables operators of DC fast-charging stations, ranging from 50 to 500 kW, to procure all charging cables from a single source. This future-proofs their infrastructure by ensuring any upgrades to more advanced charging systems can be done simply and cost-effectively, eliminating challenges around different designs and installations.

HUBER+SUHNER enables continuous electric vehicle charging at 500 A

HUBER+SUHNER, a leading global supplier of electrical and optical connectivity solutions, has today launched the RADOX® HPC500; a new addition to the RADOX® high power charging portfolio. It is the world’s first cooled charging cable system that allows continuous charging at 500 Amperes even in high-temperature environments.

Electric Vs. Autonomous Vehicle Race Shapes Autotech Acquirers Into Short-And Long-Term Players, Says Hampleton Partners’ M&A Report Real Wire Tue, 02/18/2020 - 04:23

London, UK – 18 February 2020. The latest Autotech M&A market report from Hampleton Partners, the international technology mergers and acquisitions advisor, reveals that there is still everything to play for in the race towards the vehicle of the future, as some acquirers bet on the short-term opportunity of electric vehicle (EV) technology, while others favour the more ambitious, long-term developments in autonomous vehicle (AV) tech.

The Tesla Model 3 is just a Car which is Good News for EV Industry Bryan Ruby Fri, 11/08/2019 - 07:17

A few days ago, there was a MarketWatch article published that summarized the difficulties Tesla's competitors are having going electric. The article goes through a litany of companies in electric vehicle manufacturing having difficulty catching up to Tesla. Some of the companies include Volkswagen, Jaguar, Dyson (yes that Dyson), GM, Porche, Toyota, Kia, China's Nio, etc. The article even includes mention of Harley-Davidson briefly halting production of its LiveWire electric motorcycle due to charging issues via low-voltage home outlets.