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EVgo & Electrify America Make Charging Easier With New Roaming Agreement

August 22nd, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Two of the largest DC fast charging network operators in the US have joined forces to make charging easier, thanks to a new roaming agreement between EVgo and Electrify America. The new agreement lets drivers use either their EVgo or Electrify America account to charge on either network without any additional fees


The EV Connect Cloud Brings Connectivity & Interoperability To EV Charging

August 17th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

EV Connect has been playing in the public EV charging space since 2009 and continues to bring new solutions to the table 10 years later. CleanTechnica connected with CEO Jordan Ramer and VP of Business Development Ram Ambatipudi to hear what the company is up to and to learn about a deal they recently inked with Detroit's DTE Energy


EVgo, ChargePoint, & EV Connect Enter Into New Interoperability Agreement

June 18th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

Three of the largest charging networks in the United States are partnering on a new interoperability agreement that makes charging at public charging stations even easier. EVgo, ChargePoint, and EV Connect have inked a groundbreaking agreement that adds 500 fast charging stations in the US to EVgo's existing 750 fast charging stations


San Mateo County Readies $2,000 Grants for EV Charging Stations

March 26th, 2019 | by Charles W. Thurston

Grants for EV charging stations for multi-resident buildings and workplaces will be available later this year in San Mateo County, CA, under a $16 million program — the largest in the state thus far — aimed at accelerating the adoption and use of EVs in the area


What’s The Issue With Volkswagen’s $2 Billion EV Education & Infrastructure Commitment?

October 24th, 2016 | by Cynthia Shahan

Tuesday, October 25, will bring forth another judgement on the Volkswagen emissions scandal. Many states will have a good amount of money going into EV education and infrastructure as part of the resolution to the Volkswagen scandal. With $2 billion for EV charging infrastructure and education programs, the judgement promotes a specific avenue for undoing VW's damage, but some details are still up in the air


Too Much Electric Car News!

June 7th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan

When I started blogging, the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt weren’t even on the market yet, let alone any other mass-market [&hellip



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