Russian start-up aims to bring mobile EV superchargers to London
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By Gleb Stolyarov
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian start-up L-charge plans to bring its mobile superchargers for electric vehicles to London in 2022, hoping to benefit from growing demand and the limited existing charging infrastructure, the company’s founder told Reuters.
The firm’s truck-mounted chargers run on liquefied natural gas (LNG), hydrogen or a mixture of the two and do not need to be connected to a power grid. They take 5-7 minutes to charge 80% of an electric vehicle’s battery, Dmitry Lashin said in an interview.
Lashin said his company runs the world’s only mobile supercharger using LNG/hydrogen, which it operates in Moscow, where it receives five to six charging requests a day from the city’s 1,000 EVs.
EV sales have been rising globally as demand for alternatives to diesel …