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February 01, 2024

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September 20, 2023

A Year of Electrifying Trucks in 2023

The year 2023 has rightfully earned the title of the “Year of Trucks” for L-Charge. Since the spring of this year, we’ve successfully tested our charging solutions on electric trucks of various sizes, ranging from semi-trucks to heavy electric trucks.

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August 21, 2023

July 03, 2023

L-Charge Becomes Charging Partner for EV Rally London to Paris

We are thrilled to announce that L-Charge has joined as a charging partner for the EV Rally London to Paris. This partnership is a significant milestone for us, as we participate in this dynamic and meaningful event promoting sustainable transportation and showcasing the power of electric vehicles.

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January 30, 2023

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January 12, 2023

Survey of EV-drivers in Madrid

To make sure we understand all of your challenges, we did a little research in Madrid. We interviewed electricvehicle (EV) drivers about the inconveniences of using the current charging infrastructure.

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December 29, 2022

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November 23, 2022

How does an electric car work?

In electricvehicles, an electricmotor plays the role of the engine. Typically car manufacturers use AC motors in e-cars, which means the motor runs on Alternating…

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November 16, 2022

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November 01, 2022

We’re coming to Web Summit!

It feels awesome to announce that we’re taking part in this year’s startup programme at WebSummit. The conference’s topics focus on Internet technology, emerging technologies…

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September 26, 2022

Southeast Asia and electric vehicles: a perfect match?

It’s no secret that the interest in electric cars has risen alongside the rapid rise in ecological awareness around the world. While the USA, China and some EU countries are already actively manufacturing and distributing electric vehicles, Southeast Asia (SEA) is only beginning to set up its own EV supply chain – but the potential for growth is enormous.

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Is the future electric?

On our blog, we often discuss the future of electric cars and how EVs are going to gain a bigger role in the automotive industry – and we stand by that claim! More electric cars on the road will not only result in a decrease in gas emissions, but they’re also a great alternative to diesel cars. Unaffected by oil prices, EVs can rightfully be labelled as the “transport of the future”. But the need for infrastructure raises a burning question – can we really transform infrastructure across the whole world to meet the needs of electric car owners?

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September 23, 2022

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August 23, 2022

Make slow EV chargers fast again!

As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road continues to grow, so does the infrastructure – including EV charging stations. According to data provided by Nissan,the number of EV charging stations in the UK has exceeded the number of conventional fuel stations. But although the higher number of charging stations offers more choice to EV owners, quantity does not necessarily mean quality.

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