It is important to note that CHAdeMO stations are not as fast as Tesla Supercharger stations. Superchargers are ~120kW today, where as CHAdeMO stations are 25 to 50kW. So you can expect to "only" to get about 140 miles of range per hour while at a CHAdeMO station. This rate means that a typical lunch break will get you enough to get you to a local destination or the next charging station.
Tesla Model S - Charging in Europe | More info
Short instruction of charging in Europe.
Tesla Model S charging explained (EU) | More info
I explain how the different red and blue adapters work. What the difference between AC and DC charging is. The various charging speeds from 13 km/h (230V/13A) to 100 km/h (400V/32A) on AC and 600 km/h (DC superchargers). I also show the 3rd party adapters I have bought and how the extension cord work.
Largest Supercharger Station in Europe in Køge, just south of Copenhagen, Denmark. It has 12 Superchargers and is the first one in Europe with a solar canopy.
Breaking!! Test Chademo adapter Tesla Model S. Kost €450 | More info
Breaking!! Test Chademo adapter Tesla Model S. Kost €450 en doet 50kwh =250km/uur. Te gebruiken bij 160 laadpunten in NL en in Europa 1500. Hoe doet tie het? is published on event Tesla Transformation:
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Tesla CHAdeMO adapter (EU) review | More info
Review of the CHAdeMO adapter that enables Tesla Model S to charge at the DC fast charging stations.
Tesla superchargers network animation (2.5 years in a two minute video) | More info
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Charging cables cannot be chained | More info
Why you cannot use a charging cable as an extension to an existing cable
TIP: How to speed up your Supercharging - it's News from the Frunk episode 38! | More info
Welcome to News from the Frunk, Episode 38.
News from the Frunk* is a short round up of key Tesla news over the previous few days. Would love your feedback in the comments below.
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Today’s video explains how to make sure your Supercharging experience is as fast as possible.
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Charging efficiency 400V/16A 3-phase (11 kW) | More info
I found out that charging efficiency for 400V/16A 3-phase (11 kW) charging was lower than for 230V/32A 1-phase (7.4 kW) charging. The results so far:
CHAdeMO adapter on 100 kW charger | More info
Tesla's CHAdeMO adapter supports up to 50 kW. I tested this on a 100 kW Delta charger at Vestby, Norway. Unfortunately, I was not able to get more than 50 kW speed. I have to test some more to find out if the CHAdeMO plug on the Delta charger can output more than 50 kW or not.
EV charging-station developer EV-Box is looking to expand its global footprint after being bought by international energy company Engie. EV-Box, native to the Netherlands, already provides 26 countries and 980 cities with more than 48,000 charging stations.
EV-Box’s CEO Kristof Vereenooghe told GTM that his company would become a global player in the charger market with Engie's help.
"In the next 10 to 20 years, as costs come down, performance improves and vehicle choice widens, e-mobility will inevitably become one of the fastest-growing industries worldwide,” he said. “But electric vehicles are only one part of a bigger ecosystem characterized by Engie -- a decentralized, decarbonized and digital energy space.”
Engie has also invested in Serviz, which provides a software platform for home repair. According to an Engie press release: “Homeowners use Serviz to instantly schedule everything from a simple handyman repair to installation of a new heating/AC system. Connecting Engie’s building and energy services expertise with the simplicity and scalability of Serviz’s on-demand platform will open a range of innovative service opportunities.”
Although Vereenooghe acknowledges that EV-Box has a part to play in that residential gambit, he emphasized that EV-Box’s ambitions and scope are not limited to that area. EV-Box will find business in any markets "where EV charging infrastructure is required or will need to be met, such as workplaces, commercial [settings], and public municipalities,” he said.
Nevertheless, Vereenooghe sees a variety of potential synergies for his company and other Engie acquisitions, describing EV-Box as being a “perfect fit” with a range of services now available from Engie via partnerships and acquisitions.
#EVnews: A Charging Station for Every New Home in Europe | More info
Starting 2019, every new or refurbished house in Europe need to be equipped with an electric vehicle charging point. This draft EU directive is due to be published by the end of this year.
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