Electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure is doing a lot to accustom the clean energy transition, but what are its main barriers? James Fox, SVP North America at EVBox, makes the case that charging infrastructure is not doing enough to accommodate EV drivers.
There are multiple challenges that come with EV charging infrastructure, such as plug and cable compatibility, maintenance of stations, complicated charging services, and many more. Fox speaks out about all of these issues and explains how they are all impeding the push for electrification.
EVBox is an EV equipment supplier who believes in the power of electric mobility to transform transportation and enable a clean energy future. Fox outlines that their mission is to empower society to embrace electric mobility with their complete electric vehicle charging solutions.
Watch the full interview to hear all about the challenges that face the future of electrification and Fox’s personal opinions on whether the clean energy transition is truly achievable.
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MOVE spoke recently with the CEO of Spark EV, Justin Ott, about how their AI-based range prediction software for electric vehicles helps to build driver trust and enables them to overcome the worry that driver’s EVs will run out of battery power mid-trip.
Spark EV’s software delivers more accurate, personalised intelligent range predictions to EV drivers, increasing trust that they’ll get to their destination. The predictions are based on live vehicle, driver, routing and atmospheric data. Spark helps drivers go further between charges while their unique machine learning algorithm constantly learns and improves predictions after each journey.
Watch our chat with Justin to learn how Spark utilises AI to generate these predictions and how it is impacting the way we drive electric vehicles.
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