Learn how your EV charging station can help reducing CO2 emissions, local air pollution and provide you a small revenue stream. Charging networks are not always there when you need them, they are often expensive and occupied. If you think back, it is kind of how hotels and motels were back in the days. They
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Nowhere else in the world you find so many electric cars on the roads as in Scandinavia. The IEA – International Energy Agency – estimated that by 2020, approximately twenty million electric vehicles will populate the streets worldwide. Reason enough for the Norwegian start-up Meshcrafts to develop a platform for all the stake holders involved
An electric car is often referred to as a second car and not suitable as the primary car for a family. This statement was probably correct only a few years back. However, as technology progresses, data on driving patterns are collected and first-hand experience from EV drivers are gained, we can conclude that this is
In the effort of reducing green house gases and local air pollution, countries have implemented different incentives for e-mobility to reach these goals. The incentives vary, but are mostly about reducing the costs of buying EVs. However, there are some other creative incentives. Did you know that…
Meshcrafts has reached an agreement with Kontroll Elektro to distribute the SmartCharge platform to customers needing a management system for their charging infrastructure.
EV is Coming Far up north, close to the north pool lies a country like no other. Between its snow covered peak and long distances is a hidden giant in modern transportation and energy use. For most people, Norway is a country known for oil and fjords, maybe fish. What very few knows it’s that