Published on August 25th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan0
Charging In The City (#Electrifying Webinar)
August 25th, 2017 by Zachary Shahan
With the next-generation Nissan LEAF, the Chevy Bolt, and the Tesla Model 3 all making fully electric transport more practical for many normal households, we are entering another phase of the electric vehicle revolution. However, electric cars still hold at their core a double-edged issue — they offer luxuriously convenient home charging for people who can charge at home … but keeping the cars conveniently charged if you don’t have home charging can be a challenge.
Cities are great for electric cars since most days typically involve only moderate driving, the quiet serenity of an electric drivetrain is a huge stress reliever in stop & go traffic, and electric cars can help you cut the debilitating air pollution that can horribly harm and even prematurely kill your family, friends, and coworkers. However, cities are dominated by apartment buildings, have fewer single-family garages, and thus offer less opportunity to place your charging station right next to your kitchen.
In our next #Electrifying webinar, Artur Sychov (Founder & CEO of EasyCharge.me), Kyle Field (CleanTechnica’s VP of Business Development & Chief EV Reviewer), and I will chat about the solutions at hand, the challenges, the way forward, and how we envision the next 1–17 years in the automotive/transport world. You can now watch via the player below or on our Facebook page.
In our next #Electrifying webinar, Artur Sychov, Kyle Field, and I will chat about the solutions at hand, the challenges, the way forward, and how we envision the next 1–17 years in the automotive/transport world. Join us tomorrow (Saturday) if you can.
Posted by CleanTechnica on Saturday, August 26, 2017
♣ Date: August 26
♣ Time: 10:00 am NYC time / 7:00 am California time / 4:00 pm Central European Time
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