Charging infrastructure for urban areas is a problem. With open land at a premium in congested cities, finding room to install chargers can be a challenge. Tesla is aware of the issue and, as usual, is being proactive in its response. On September 11, Tesla posted on its blog that it has developed a new […]
Last week, the Australian government has revealed plans to build a new, 1800 kilometer-long electric highway on coastal roads running along the Great Barrier Reef. featuring free EV charging stations. The project is an effort to promote EVs in Australia as countries like Britain and France move to completely ban the sales of diesel and […]
Searching for the right charging equipment for your new electric car? Consumer Reports has some advice that could save you money.
Porsche has a new regional office in Berlin that will is powered by an 80 foot tall solar pylon. Its first high power charger is installed at the site.
Sources at Volkswagen claim the I.D. sedan will sell for thousands less than the Tesla Model 3 and have similar or longer range. Can that be true? We will know in a few years.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance issues a report last year at this time predicting a third of all new cars would be electric by 2040. This year, it has revised that prediction upward to more than half.
ChargePoint has made news in North America and Europe this week as it makes aggressive moves to expand its electric vehicle charging network.
Researchers at Stanford have devised a way to improve wireless charging while on the go. The advance could have benefits for green transportation as well as other applications.
Continental is showing new wireless technology that guides a car autonomously into the correct position for maximum efficiency.
It was with a great degree of curiosity that we explored EV charging experiences and needs by type of EV and region for our latest EV report. What’s the story for Tesla drivers, non-Tesla fully electric car drivers, and plug-in hybrid drivers? What’s the story for Americans vs Europeans? We already covered the desire and demand for fast charging and superfast charging in a previous section, but we dive much more into other charging matters here. Jump down below the line for the results.
The new Continental All Charge EV charging system will allow any car to charge at any charging station at up to 350 kW of power. It will also power digital devices and power tools. Cool stuff.
Southern California Edison has begun issuing rebates of $450 to people who purchase a plug-in hybrid or electric car. The program applies to those who buy a used EV as well as new cars.
Why are electric cars hovering around 1% of sales in the US? Dealers with outmoded sales techniques are part of the problem, but many other factors are at work, including stupid car company execs who want to close their eyes to the future.
BMW has introduced the first of 100 Light & Charge EV charging locations it plans to build in Seattle to support the use of electric cars in its ReachNow car sharing fleet.
India has announced a plan to sell only electric cars by 2030, a goal the IEA calls “ambitious.” With only a total of 5,000 electric cars on the road now, it is all or that.
An Irish couple has completed a 9,500 km journey from Ireland to Morocco and back in a Tesla Model S. Range anxiety? What’s that?