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Clean Transport

A few weeks ago, I covered the story of IKEA expanding EV charging in Sweden. At that time, the company announced plans to put 1,000...

Cars

Four industry insiders explore some FAQs around home charging, grid resilience, and more!

Clean Transport

Electrify America is giving 250 kWh of free (complimentary) charging to new Ford F-150 Lightning owners. Who’s actually getting the benefit of that? One...

Cars

Audi South Africa, in partnership with GridCars, has finalized the installation of 33 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the country. These represent a...

Clean Transport

Wireless EV charging has been a fun topic for as long as I’ve been writing about electric cars (more than a decade). Yet, it’s...

Batteries

A recent article at Bloomberg points out some of the big advantages of the recent Inflation Reduction Act for people considering home solar. When...

Cars

Enticing tax credits, expanded car model options, and high gas prices are all contributing to an increased number of consumers making the switch from...

Electric Vehicles

State plans for the National EV Charging Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program were due to the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation this week, and...

Cars

An advantage for AEV Charging based in the U.S. is knowing its home market, so we focus our product line on the most popular electric vehicle...

Clean Transport

A simple, inexpensive meter retrofit could blow the home EV charging field wide open (photo courtesy of NREL).

Clean Power

The automobile ideal for many climate-concerned consumers is an electric car that is completely charged by clean, renewable energy. For many, that means a...

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