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Gaining Back The EV Revenue Stream Henry Ford & Thomas Edison Gave Up

February 17th, 2019 | by Sponsored Content

In the early 20th Century Edison said, “Electricity is the thing. There are no whirring and grinding gears with their numerous levers to confuse. There is not that almost terrifying uncertain throb and whirr of the powerful combustion engine. There is no water-circulating system to get out of order – no dangerous and evil-smelling gasoline and no noise.” We know how history turned out, and now, 100 years later, Ford and Edison’s dream of electric vehicles is very much alive.


Chanje Electric Van = Serious Fleet Industry Game Changer (Part 2)

December 20th, 2017 | by Nicolas Zart

In part 1 of this Chanje electric van review, we looked at the Chanje electric van's background and some of its features. In this second part, we take a look at what Chanje brings to the table for fleet owners if they turn from simple vehicles operators to energy management and vehicle coordination. Chanje is a game changer, and this time, pun intended


eMotorWerks Takes EV Charging To Next Level With New Peer-To-Peer EV Charging Network

July 12th, 2017 | by Kyle Field

eMotorWerks has announced a new strategic partnership with the Share&Charge blockchain transaction platform that enables any eMotorWerks charging station owner to charge for use of their station. The innovation unlocks previously nonexistent functionality in the stations and turns every compatible eMotorWerks charging station into a potential money-making opportunity


eMotorWerks Doubled Revenues For 3rd Consecutive Year In 2016

June 12th, 2017 | by James Ayre

The electric vehicle smart grid charging technology firm eMotorWerks doubled its revenues for the third consecutive year in 2016, according to a recent press release. This expansion and revenue growth was partly the result of partnerships with companies such as AeroVironment, Webasto, and Nayax. The company's growing customer base is reflected in the fact that the firm now has more than 18,000 charging stations installed around the world



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