Study: EV Charging Stations Should Drop Membership Model

According to the research firm Frost & Sullivan, membership-based payment systems for electric car charging stations inhibit the adoption of electric vehicles due to inconvenience. But you can’t just give electricity away for free, so how do you fix this problem?

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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Available For Rent In Austria

The non-profit Family Construction and Housing Association (FCHA) has, in conjunction with Wien Energie, has set up the first Austrian

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Japan's Cosmo Oil Wants In on the EV Market

In Japan at least one major oil company appears to be hedging its bets. Cosmo Oil, which did ¥2,831 billion worth of business in 2011, has started a new service it calls the “EV Life Support Service.”

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Las Vegas Invests in Chevy Volts and EV Infrastructure

The City of Las Vegas has firmly cemented itself as a supporter of alternative energy in the past, as well as with its recent purchase of one GM Chevy Volt. It hopes to grow to a mini-fleet of four EVs by the first quarter of 2012.

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French Highways to be Installed with EV Charging Stations

If electric cars are going to be popular or even common, then the corresponding infrastructure will also be necessary.  The

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