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Save $355 during Lectric Father’s Day EV sale, rare UGREEN PowerRoam station discounts, Husqvarna robot mower, more

Headlining today’s Green Deals is Lectric’s Father’s Day sale that is taking up to $355 off e-bike bundles, like the XPeak off-road e-bikes at $1,299, as well as taking $19 off add-on gear just for Dad and even a chance to win a free e-bike. Following behind are rare discounts on the UGREEN PowerRoam 1200 Portable Power Station and the PowerRoam 2200 Portable Power Station, with the former hitting a new $599 low. And bringing up the rear is the return of Husqvarna’s Automower 115H Robotic Lawn Mower at $599. Plus, all the other hangover Green Deals that are still alive and well. Read more…

EnviroSpark to deploy EV charging infrastructure at 58 AION properties in 7 states


Georgia-based EV charging provider EnviroSpark has formed a partnership with property management company AION to deploy EV charging infrastructure across 58 properties in seven states: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Indiana and Ohio. EnviroSpark will install more than 200 charging plugs across AION’s multi-family properties. The company has so far installed 8,200 charging plugs… Read more…

ABB launches energy-efficient motor and inverter package for electric buses


Swedish-Swiss electrical equipment maker ABB has launched a motor and inverter package tailored to electric buses. The AMXE250 motor and HES580 three-level inverter were developed together to maximize efficiency, offering up to 12% less motor losses on typical drive cycles compared to previous two-level inverters, according to the company. Unlike two-level inverters, which switch between… Read more…

Aspark’s next evolution of the OWL Hypercar becomes world’s fastest EV at 438.7 km/h [Video]

There’s a new “world’s fastest EV” in town, and it’s a familiar name if you follow Electrek. Japanese car manufacturing and engineering firm Aspark has developed an upgraded version of its ultrafast (and ultra-expensive) OWL hypercar with the help of Italy’s Manifattura Automobili Torino and took the EV to the track where it clocked in at a top speed of nearly 439 km/h.. Read more…