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EV Charging Station News
Honda Motor Co. announced that has reached an agreement with Tesla to adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS) for the charging port of its electric vehicles in North America.
With Tesla Universal Wall Connectors coming to Hilton hotels across North America, the company will have the largest hospitality charging network.
Mercedes-Benz is preparing to build its own premium fast-charging network for electric cars, planning to globally...
More auto manufacturers are joining the NACS stampede. Both Honda and Acura are switching to the NACS charging connector, though the timing isn’t clear.
It’s not surprising to hear that Tesla introduced a new Universal Wall Connector to charge any EV regardless of its charging inlet, with the NACS heating up.
After celebrating the recent launch of the Ocean, its first all-electric car, Fisker has announced that it will adopt NACS charging capability for future EVs.
The number of EV charging ports (both public and private) in the US has nearly doubled since the fourth quarter of 2019, according to laboratory data.
GM and EVgo have just announced a major milestone in their longstanding collaboration to expand fast-charging infrastructure.
BMW, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz Group, and Stellantis have announced an ambitious new plan to create a new fast-charging network in North America.
The first Japanese manufacturer has joined the NACS trend in North America, as Nissan will adopt NACS connectors for its new vehicles starting in 2025.