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Autel Energy, a trailblazer in the realm of residential and commercial EV charging stations, has taken the wheel in providing a groundbreaking solution for the world’s first off-road race for electrified vehicles. At the 2023 King of the Hammers (KOH) off-road race and rock crawling event, Autel’s MaxiCharger DC fast chargers will offer a robust and efficient power source for all EVs, allowing drivers to participate in the highly-anticipated “Superbowl of off-road racing” with less noise and emissions.
With up to 260 kW of power, Autel’s chargers located in Hammertown – the campground that houses KOH guests – can produce 62 miles of range in just five minutes. And the best part? Attendees can enjoy the fast and efficient chargers for free. Destination Hammertown.
In other EV News
With the largest nickel reserves in the world and a ban on the export of nickel ore, Indonesia is positioning itself as a crucial player in the electric vehicle industry, with 21 million tonnes in proven nickel reserves, which is nearly a quarter of the world’s reserves.
Australia is close to reaching the milestone of 100,000 electric vehicles on its roads, with approximately 83,000 light EVs currently on the road.
The House in Mississippi has passed a bill that could make it difficult for EV companies such as Tesla to sell vehicles in the state by limiting EV sales to only involve local dealerships.
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