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The Fun Of ChargePoint EV Charging

July 4th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

First of all, yes, charging on other EV charging networks is certainly fun as well. In the US, there are several other networks — like EVgo, Blink, and Greenlots — that I'm sure are fun to use. In Europe, I know from personal experience that GreenWay and Fastned are great. But when it comes to daily EV life in Sarasota, Florida, ChargePoint is king — and I'm sure that's the case in a large number of cities across the country


Tesla Model 3 Road Trip: Super Fun, But Some Planning Required (#CleanTechnica Review)

June 17th, 2018 | by Chris Boylan

With our factory fresh Tesla Model 3 back from the body shop, and Memorial Day weekend upon us, it was time for my family's first real road trip in our new electric car. As first-time EV owners, how would we handle the trip? Would range anxiety kick in? Would we get stranded by the side of the road, out of juice? Or would things be more or less comparable to driving an ICE car ... only better? Read on to find out


To-U EV Charging Leadership & The Fast-Changing Electric Vehicle World (CleanTechnica Interview)

October 25th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Getting ready for our big EV charging conference in Warsaw in a few weeks, I've been interviewing leading EV charging execs and entrepreneurs who will be presenting, participating in roundtable discussions, and contributing to our white paper on EV charging guidelines for cities. In this article, Lyubov Artemenko, COO of To-U and Strategic Planning Director of Tesla Club Ukraine, and Nazar Shymone-Davyda, CEO of To-U and owner of Tesla Club Ukraine, answer a handful of questions I toss their way. Well worth the read!


New Smartphone Apps Will Help Boost Range Of GM Electric Vehicles

November 26th, 2012 | by Silvio Marcacci

Three new OnStar apps were recently previewed at the GM Electrification Experience to help extend the range of electric vehicles and make charging more efficient than ever – among the largest hurdles for EVs to overcome in their drive for wider integration



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