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Chicago City Council Votes For Equitable Access To EVs

April 27th, 2020 | by NRDC

Some good news for cleaner air: the City of Chicago is taking decisive steps to ensure it is a hub for electric vehicles (EVs). The City Council passed an ordinance on Friday strengthening requirements for EV readiness at commercial and residential buildings, promoting more equitable access to this emerging technology throughout the city


Reducing EV Charging Infrastructure Costs

January 22nd, 2020 | by Cynthia Shahan

Recently, I wrote a post about Reno, Nevada, mostly capturing insights from The City podcasts that tell the tale of Reno long before and also after the Tesla Gigafactory came to town. Why and how did Reno win the Gigafactory


Electric Car FAQ & Answers — UK Edition

December 31st, 2017 | by Andy Miles

If, like me, you charge up your vehicle in public places, I am sure you will be familiar with what I am about to describe. I do my public charging at motorway service areas here in the UK. These are always busy. The car park is always nearly full, and there is a constant stream of people moving towards and away from the main doors, which lead to and from the restaurants, shops, and other public facilities


Electric Vehicle: Cost of Electricity

October 9th, 2011 | by Breath on the Wind

There is a growing interest in Electric Vehicles with many vehicles being offered and planned for future release. The uninspired and those who may be in the employ of the Koch Machine will long and loudly rail against the EV for its status as a ZEV. But at ground level, especially in difficult economic times it is the vehicle's cost that will motivate mass adoption of electric cars



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