Ensto EV Charging Blog

The world is changing and nearing are the end of days for combustion engines. Car manufacturers are shifting focus to electric vehicles, aiming to someday soon get rid of combustion engines altogether. Some brands, like Volvo, claim they will have a fully electric lineup of cars by the year 2020.

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Demystifying the most effective EV charging practices

While Ensto is already a seasoned veteran in the EV industry, it’s easy to forget how the landscape of electric vehicles can still be a wild frontier to many. Stepping into the unknown can feel confusing to newcomers, particularly if you are a business provider thinking of implementing EV charging as part of your revenue flow. 

In this blog post I’ll discuss some of the best methods to consider in building an effective and fast AC charging infrastructure, and also explain what these methods mean.

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Smart chargers are the key in rescuing EV energy grids

As electric vehicles continue to gain momentum among European drivers, an emphasis on energy supply control has also risen. Let’s take a look at the main cause of EV energy grid overloads, and what needs to be done to avoid them.

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Charging for a peace of mind

As electric vehicle driving becomes more and more prevalent each day, certain rules and codes of conduct have already been established among drivers regarding – in particular – EV charging etiquette.

Let’s discuss the dos and don’ts of how to go about a charging process while avoiding what EV drivers describe as “charge rage”, and also, what that phrase precisely means.

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Building an electric future for European drivers

With more and more emphasis on reaching the EU 2020 target, European governments are giving a significant push for the electric vehicle industry with various subvention programs. For instance France, Netherlands, and Norway have already taken leaps forward by offering substantial governmental EV subsidies. And in April 2016, Germany established an approved incentive scheme of a whopping €1,2bn.

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