And so its done: Tesla settles legal dispute with Ecotricity to put its Superchargers on UK Motorways

June 18th, 2015 Comments Off on And so its done: Tesla settles legal dispute with Ecotricity to put its Superchargers on UK Motorways

One of the perks of being a TeslaElectric-only Opel Ampera: Charged up and almost ready to go. Read more ... » EVWhere to charge my #EV Electric car. The Maps & Membership options. Read More.. Read more ... » owner is having accessA2Dominion driving EVs in UK's first ecotown. Read more ... » to the companyElectric-only Opel Ampera: Charged up and almost ready to go. Read more ... »’s SuperchargerMore and Merrier: M4 Green Park Supercharger is Now Open. Read more ... » free refueling stations. Knowing a widespread networkSiemens delivers EV infrastructure packages in South Tyneside and Dorset. Read more ... » of Supercharger sites will be key to getting British bums in leather seats, Tesla said late last year that within six months, you’d be able to drive the length of the UKWhere to charge my #EV Electric car. The Maps & Membership options. Read More.. Read more ... » on complimentary juice. While that may already be theoretically possible if you fancy chancing the journeyNissan Leaf Electric Car: Cheapest Leases with evmeerkat.com and now Piece of Mind Guarantees from Nissan!. Read more ... » from Leeds to Edinburgh on a single chargeWhere to charge my #EV Electric car. The Maps & Membership options. Read More.. Read more ... », we haven’t heard a peep out of Tesla since January, when it declared 20Norway Is Model Society for Electric Vehicles. Read more ... » Supercharger sites were now live. Expansion is back on the agenda, though, with Tesla announcing fresh plans to build seven Supercharger banks at motorwayWhere to charge my #EV Electric car. The Maps & Membership options. Read More.. Read more ... » service stationsJapanese carmakers unite for universal EV charging network. Read more ... » “to enable routes to the West of ScotlandMore Scots are plugging in electric cars. Read more ... » and Eastern EnglandElectric vehicle charging points will be 'within 25 miles' by 2014. Read more ... ».” These will join the 222017 Gen: Audi's upcoming electric car does 280 miles on a single charge. Read more ... » currently operating sites, with more additions to the network due to be revealed soonBeen to Zurich. Seen the Tesla Dealership. Taken the snap. but... got no t-shirt. Soon, soon my dear.... Read more ... ».

You may’ve noticed Tesla’s announcement is a little on the vague side. That’s because the timing of the newsElectric car sales at record high in UK, figures show. Read more ... » is almost as interesting as the plans themselves. It comes right at the conclusion of a drawn-out legal dispute between Tesla and greenHow you like Them Apples: Apple Poaches Fiat Chrysler Exec for Electric Car Dream. Read more ... » energy supplier EcotricityPlanning future charging infrastructure & funding? OLEV QnA #ev #evdauk. Read more ... »; one that’s hampered the former’s Supercharger network expansion. And perhaps Ecotricity’s, too, since it’s also just announced new chargersABB inks CLEVER Danish electric car charging deal. Read more ... » being installed and Land’s End and John O’ Groats. As the story goes, Tesla approached Ecotricity prior to the launchTesla: "CUSTOMER DELIVERIES IN THE UK HAVE STARTED!…". Read more ... » of the right-hand drive Model2016 Nissan Leaf: Gets A Larger 30Kwh Battery. Read more ... » S in the UK. With Ecotricity’s experienceWhere to charge my #EV Electric car. The Maps & Membership options. Read More.. Read more ... » running over 150 brand-agnostic EV chargingWhere to charge my #EV Electric car. The Maps & Membership options. Read More.. Read more ... » stations across the UK, it was the perfect partner to help plan and construct Tesla’s Supercharger network.

Ecotricity introduced Tesla to several of its partnersUpdate: TfL Selects IER to drive Source London forward. Read more ... » and went about laying the groundwork for the UK’s first Supercharger sites. However, the relationship soon turned sour. Last May, Ecotricity filed a High Court injunction against Tesla for allegedly trying to strike its own deals with potential landlords, cutting Ecotricity out of the proceedings and breaking all manner of confidentiality agreements as a resultHope Its True: 40% Cut In UK Oil Imports From EVs?. Read more ... ». Tesla is also said to have emailed Ecotricity and revealed its plan to defame the company and encourage its partners breakUK: Ecotricity expanding clean-energy, fast-charging network for #ElectricCar Electric Car with Nissan. Read more ... » off existing agreements. Dale VinceNissan Pushes UK Government For EV-Specific Road Signs. Read more ... », founder of Ecotricity, defined Tesla’s actions a “smash and grab raid” on his company’s intellectual property, while Tesla’s Elon MuskNorway: Why do they love electric cars in the Arctic Circle?. Read more ... » said Vince’s “outrageous demands” led to the breakdown of the partnership.

The legal squabble intensified with Tesla countersuing Ecotricity for allegedly using its dominant positionMitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Now #2 In UK Electric Car Sales. Read more ... » in the marketVW electric car on the new MEB platform will have 311 miles of range for 2019. Read more ... » and exclusivity agreements with motorway sites to arrest the developmentTesla Model S rival: Porsche Mission E electric saloon revealed at Frankfurt. Read more ... » of Tesla’s Supercharger network. Then, in March this year, the overseeing court asked for additional documentation from both parties to move the case along. Unfortunately, we don’t have any dramatic closing statements to report, because rather anticlimactically, Ecotricity and Tesla reached an out-of-court settlement this week.

We can’t speculate on what went on behind closed doors, since the terms of the settlement are confidential and neither company is willing to elaborate any further. But, Tesla appears to have got what it wanted one way or another, as key to the latest Supercharger expansion news is where they’ll be installed: at motorway service stations. Or, in other words, the important strategic locations Tesla accused Ecotricity of monopolising through exclusivity agreements. Now the legal scuffle is over, though, both companies appear to have turned their attentions back to, ironically, a common goal: building expansive charging networks through the UK, and driving2016 Nissan Leaf: Gets A Larger 30Kwh Battery. Read more ... » EV adoption in the process.

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