EVs charging at Revel's newest fast-charging Superhub in Long Island City, Queens, New York City.

Ride-Share Competitors Revel & Uber Ink Deal for EV Fast Charging Infrastructure Expansion

100% electric ride-share startup Revel recently announced a partnership with rideshare giant (and competitor) Uber to help accelerate EV infrastructure expansion in the United States. While Revel continues to grow its own fleet of EVs for ride-sharing in New York City, the company is also building out a network of … [continued]

The panel at "NYC's Road to Electrification" (left to right): Alejandro de la Garza, Staff Writer, TIME Magazine (Moderator); Dr. Britt Reichborn-Kjennerud, Director of E-Mobility, ConEdison; Ryan Wanttaja, First Deputy Commissioner, TLC; Kevin Miller, Senior Advisor at the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation; Frank Reig, CEO & Co-Founder, Revel.

Meeting NYC’s Electrification Goals Will Require Public/Private Partnerships, Says Panel

Like many urban areas, New York City suffers from excessive noise, traffic and pollution from passenger and commercial vehicles as they travel the city streets day and night. Under mayor Eric Adams, New York City has set aggressive timelines for full-scale electrification of passenger vehicles in order to improve air … [continued]