A robust charging infrastructure is the missing piece of the puzzle needed to provide EV drivers the confidence that they can receive a charge at anytime, and virtually anywhere.
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This Gas2 review for the week ending March 11 featured innovations that ranged from consumer-created commercials, to elevator-looking autonomous vehicles, and new adaptations for electric racing.
Nissan and BMW are taking steps to Double the size of the EVGo Fast Charging Network, bringing access to 90% of America’s EV owners!
Gas station owners are looking to add new options like ethanol blends and electric charging stations to keep people coming back.
Owning an EV can be tough for apartment and condo dwellers, so many don’t buy one- but if you buy one of these condos, you’ll get a free Nissan Leaf!
A new amendment will allow government employees access to GSA charging stations, allowing them, finally, to commute to work in EVs at no cost to taxpayers!
Driving an electric car to work just got a lot easier for Honda employees – the company recently committed to installing 120 new EV chargers at its HQ.
Those living in Ontario may be happy to know that the province is offering rebatea to people purchasing electric vehicle charging stations for their homes.
A Canadian study released in April, 2015 shows that EV range anxiety is real and has a powerful effect on how drivers use electric cars in the real world.
Espresso + Charge is the latest EV charging system to compete with Tesla’s Supercharger, but this one offers scalability and universality. Is it enough?
Originally posted on EVObsession After boasting that China could become Tesla’s largest market, Elon Musk backpedaled his enthusiasm when his ambitious plans hit a speed bump. Concerns over range anxiety have proven difficult to overcome, and according to Bloomberg this has Tesla reevaluating its sales strategy in China. Charging and range anxiety are the two […]
Originally posted on CleanTechnica With more than 2,000 Superchargers all across Europe, the United States, and China, Tesla Motors is making it easier than ever for Model S owners to drive and charge for free. But what if you happen to own a Model S outside of one of Tesla’s officially supported markets? For the […]
In January Elon Musk admitted that Tesla sales in China were a lot lower than expected, with many customers worried about where to plug their Model S in. While Tesla wants to alleviate charging worries with 400 public charging stations and free home chargers for new Model S owners, this picture accurately sums up the […]
Elon Musk hintered via Twitter that Tesla was working on a home EV charger that looks like a “solid metal snake” to plug into your car. Is this what he meant?
Many of London’s 1,400 charging points are falling into a state of disrepair as companies and boroughs argue over who’s responsible for the chargers.
Since most of us don’t own a Tesla Model S, we haven’t had a chance to see the Supercharger in action, until now.
The future of racing may well be found in Formula E, but they’re already out of date in one respect: they’re still using the discontinued CHAdeMO chargers.
Read the story of this record-setting Epic Electric American Road Trip, is a first-of-its-kind, 24-day, 12,183 mile adventure in a Tesla Model S.
One of the biggest stumbling blocks towards widespread EV adoption has always been the availability of charging stations available to urban and suburban apartment dwellers- but at least one county in California is hoping to change that with a new mandate that requires new construction buildings to be pre-wired for EV chargers. Cleantechnica’s Nick Brown […]
WiTricity, a startup spun out of MIT, has announced that Toyota has licensed its inductive charging technology for electric vehicles, and that it intends to incorporate wireless charging capability into future cars. Wireless induction charging has been…