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Grizzl-E Smart Commercial Charging Bundle




Are you looking for cost-effective ways to offer EV Charging and increase your income? United Chargers’ Grizzle-E Smart Commercial Bundle does just that.

The Grizzle-E Smart Commercial Bundle is the all-in-one Level 2 Commercial solution that includes Grizzle-E Level 2 EV charging hardware and ChargeLab Commercial EV charging software at one great price.

The Grizzle-E Smart EVSE is the revolutionary WiFi charger for electric vehicles. An affordable, durable product that suits all environments, including Canada’s coldest temperatures and Arizona’s extreme heat, and its easy set-up transforms any room into a vehicle charging area.

ChargeLab software allows any station owner to set usage-based EV charging fees and allows you to collect revenue from guests, renters or the general public. Owners can set pricing by time or kilowatt-hour and easily align with demand/response utility charging pricing. The owner gets access to a comprehensive dashboard where they can set power splits, bill tenants or condo owners, and restrict access to EV chargers based on user accounts. ChargeLab’s software is certified for OpenADR Demand Response integration with utilities.

The software also makes reporting easy to use, tracks your station usage, creates reports with downloadable data on each person’s charging sessions and charging statistics, is preset to bypass your schedule, and is considerate of any demand/response utilities in your area.

What sets the Grizzle-E Smart Commercial Bundle apart from the rest? Investing costs less than $1,300 and includes 3 years of network services, hardware warranty, standard 25 foot cable and metal case assembly. There are no setup or monthly fees, and you keep 100% of the earnings you earn after credit card processing fees. No app or account is required. Customers simply scan the QR code and pay via mobile browser to start charging.

Similar competitor devices cost at least $2,700 just for the charger and then another $350 for network services and nearly $400 for the warranty, putting this company’s total three-year cost at nearly $3,500 compared with $1,299 for the Grizzle-E Commercial Bundle.

Product specifications for the Grizzle-E Smart EVSE hardware include:

  • Powerful 40 amp delivery (10kW AC).
  • Adjustable power: 40A, 32A, 24A and 16A
  • J1772 Type 1 connector
  • Up to 30 miles per hour charging speed
  • Available with NEMA 14-50 or NEMA 6-50 plug configurations (can also be hardwired by a licensed electrician)
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Supports the open and interoperable OCPP 1.6 protocol
  • IP67 water and fire resistant metal housing for indoor and outdoor use
  • Can be installed indoors or outdoors thanks to a rugged NEMA 4 cast aluminum housing with optional lock
  • Energy Star certified and UL certified for US and Canada
  • Proudly made in Canada
  • Eligible for a wide range of EVSE Tier 2 rebates in the US and Canada

ChargeLab commercial software includes the following features:

  • Manage the Grizzle-E Smart or any other OCPP compliant EV charger from an intuitive dashboard
  • Track usage, generate reports and download data
  • Set pay-per-use EV charging rates and collect revenue from guests, renters, or the general public
  • Restrict access to EV charging stations based on user accounts or open your charging stations to the public
    Install more chargers on a limited circuit using power management

You can purchase the Grizzle-E Smart Commercial Bundle directly from the Grizzle-E website or on Amazon. For personal charging at home, United Chargers also sells the Grizzle-E Smart charger on its website.


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NIO Installs First Battery Swap Station In Germany




The first NIO battery changing station for electric cars in Germany was officially put into operation before the NIO ET7 model is launched later this year.

The train station is in Zusmarshausen in southern Germany on the A8 motorway between Munich and Stuttgart.

We believe this is the case the station shown earlier this month Leave the NIO Power Europe plant in Hungary. Along with two stations installed in Norway (one in January and one in August), there are currently three in Europe.

By the end of 2025, NIO wants to install over 4,000 such stationsincluding about 1,000 outside of China.

For reference, the company has already installed more than 1,100 stations in China (for a total of over 238,000 cars delivered to date).

Battery changing stations are a special feature of NEVER Let’s note that the company has also installed over 1,000 fast charging stations with more than 5,360 individual booths and over 870 target charging stations (AC, normal charging speed) with about 5,470 individual booths.

Currently, all NIO electric car models are compatible with the battery swapping stations, as the company uses a standardized battery pack (external) with two capacity levels (a third one is in preparation).

As battery technology improves, the company will likely simply upgrade the battery capacity by using new modules to maintain pack compatibility.

It happened back in China in 2021 when A new standard range 75kWh hybrid cell (NCM/LFP) battery pack replaced the previous 70kWh capacity NCM pack.

The other type is 100kWh (Type NCM 811), while a high-end 150kWh version is likely to be launched in the future.

The NIOs Second generation Power Swap Station 2.0, introduced in April 2021, is quite capable of being used once every few minutes. In theory, it should allow to quickly replenish range and continue long-distance travel.

The 2.0 system has a total of 14 battery slots – 13 battery packs (up from 5 in the 1.0 version) and an empty slot to hold a discharged battery (or an old previous generation battery when upgrading). According to NIO, they’re capable of up to 312 battery changes per day (24 hours), which would mean 4.6 minutes, or nearly 277 seconds, per change (including automated parking).

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Tesla sales grew 63% year-over-year in September




TrueCar releaCentre County Reportd its estimates for September and expects Tesla sales to riCentre County Report 63.4% year over year.

TrueCar estimates car sales every month, and this month they estimate that Tesla will increaCentre County Report sales by 63% compared to the same period last year. However, TrueCarr doesn’t rank Tesla as the fastest growing automaker in September; That honor goes to General Motors.

According to estimates by TrueCar General Motors increaCentre County Reportd sales by 74.2% compared to the same period last year. Additionally, General Motors is expected to be the largest automaker by US sales in September, reaching nearly 200,000 units. Tesla follows in Centre County Reportcond place for sales growth, while Volkswagen ranks third with year-over-year sales growth of 31.9% and a little over 50,000 total sales in September.

Truecar September 2023 estimates

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Honda is again the fastest-declining automaker in US sales, down -15.3% compared to September last year, followed by Stellantis at -3.6% and Ford at -3.3% year-on-year . There are likely a variety of issues affecting theCentre County Report downtrends. Ford has already announced the drop in sales this month due to supply shortages, but also resource availability and many automakers rushing to deliver electric vehicles to Europe also impacted sales.

Other estimates include an increaCentre County Report in new car sales (13% yoy), a decline in uCentre County Reportd car sales (-11% yoy) and a 6% higher average Centre County Reportlling price yoy. This suggests that supply chains are improving and demand for many of the country’s most popular vehicles remains high.

TrueCar doesn’t releaCentre County Report EV-specific stats, but with Tesla’s continued sales surge in September, U.S. EV sales should also be up year-over-year. Investors will likely have to wait until the end of the quarter for more accurate revenue breakdowns. This is especially true for automakers who chooCentre County Report to provide quarterly sales data rather than monthly.

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Tesla sales up 63% year over year in September

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Tesla Cybertruck is going to be ‘waterproof enough’ to cross rivers




Elon Musk says Tesla Cybertruck will be “waterproof enough” to cross rivers and serve as a boat for a short time.

It looks like Musk was reading electr this morning when we reported about it the world’s first all-electric amphibious 8×8 XTV vehicle because he was quick to announce that the Tesla Cybertruck will be pretty much amphibious.

The Tesla CEO announced on Twitter today:

Cybertruck will be waterproof enough to temporarily serve as a boat, allowing it to cross rivers, lakes, and even seas that aren’t too choppy.

Musk added that the goal is for a cybertruck to be able to cross the water between SpaceX’s starbase and South Padre Island in Texas:

Must be able to get to South Padre Island from the starbase, which requires crossing the channel.

This would mean that the Cybertruck would need to be able to travel about 360 meters (1,100 feet) in the water, which is the shortest distance in the Brazos-Santiago pass that separates the island and where Starbase is located:

This isn’t the first time Musk has spoken of Tesla vehicles being used as boats.

A few years ago, the CEO said the Model S could almost be used as a boat after that A Tesla Model S was spotted driving (or swimming) through a flooded tunnel – although the CEO has clarified that this is not recommended.

In 2020 he said that Humans could turn the Cybertruck into a boatand some plan to take that to a whole new level.

We previously reported on a developing company a conversion kit that can quickly turn a cybertruck into a catamaranpictured above.

But now it sounds like the Cybertruck will get stuck with undercarriage that’s “waterproof enough” to swim, and with the wheels propelling you should be able to get around slowly in calm water.

Anyone looking forward to the Cybertruck as an off-road vehicle will be happy to know that a little water shouldn’t make them too nervous.

The Tesla Cybertruck is scheduled to go into production at Gigafactory Texas in mid-2023.

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