eChargie electrifies e-vehicle charging business
To motivate people to buy electric vehicles, you need to make charging readily available and hassle-free. Finnish startup eChargie has made this its mission.
Google invests additional EUR 600 million in Finland, signs wind power purchase deals
Technology giant Google has announced it will invest 600 million euros in the Hamina data centre and an undisclosed amount in two Finnish wind power projects with a total capacity of 250 megawatts.
Teraloop secures EUR 2.4 million grant
Finnish startup Teraloop has secured an EU Horizon 2020 grant of 2.4 million euros for its energy storage technology pilot.
Hoop rolls out sustainable scooter-share scheme
Move over cars, here come electric scooters. Finnish startup Hoop has made them more durable, sustainable and city-friendly.
Nopia Ride gives a lift to clean electric journeys
Urbanisation takes more and more of us into growing megacities, where mobility poses an ever-increasing issue. Nopia Ride wants to help people go to places without adding to smog and pollution.
Q-Yachts electrifies the boating community
Finland’s Q-Yachts has made a global splash with its all-electric day cruiser, the Q30.
Axco-Motors joins Danfoss
Finnish company Axco-Motors has been acquired by Denmark-based multinational company Danfoss.
Fortum first: e-vehicles receive high-powered charge in Sweden
Fortum Charge & Drive has opened Sweden’s first high-power charging (HPC) station for electric vehicles, located in Kristinehamn.
Plugit Finland wants to power cars worldwide
The Finnish company aims to be at the forefront of the rapidly expanding industry of electric transport.
Fortum gives Norway a high-power charge
Fortum Charge & Drive, in cooperation with Reitan Convenience, has opened the first high-powered charging station in Norway in a push to complete the first high-power charging corridor between Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki by the end of 2018.