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Siemens’ new home EV charger adapter ends need for electrical panel upgrades

Siemens EV charger adapter

Siemens and Philadelphia-based ConnectDER have partnered to roll out a groundbreaking simple home EV charger connector. Previously, homeowners who wanted to install EV chargers might have had to spend thousands of dollars to modify their home’s electrical panel. This new proprietary plug-in adapter will eliminate that cost and allow installation and connection in minutes.

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Biden announces $5 billion over 5 years for a nationwide EV charging network

Midwestern EV charging

The US Departments of Transportation and Energy today announced that nearly $5 billion is earmarked for a national electric vehicle charging network under the new National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program established by President Joe Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

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EGEB: Siemens will produce 1M more EV chargers in the US in the next 4 years

Siemens EV chargers

In today’s Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB):

  • Siemens boosts its US EV charger manufacturing with over 1 million more chargers in the next four years.
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AES and Siemens launch new energy storage startup to compete with Tesla Energy, will supply new world’s biggest battery project

AES and Siemens are combining their efforts to launch new energy storage startup called Fluence Energy and compete with Tesla Energy in the fast-growing, new energy storage industry.

The new company is off to a strong start as the supplier of the soon-to-be new world’s largest lithium-ion battery-based storage project.

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