Tag: charging stations


Poll: Most Americans Aren’t Sold on EV for Next Vehicle

April 11, 2023

Via: Transport Topics

Many Americans aren’t yet sold on going electric for their next cars, a new poll shows, with high prices and too few charging stations the main deterrents. About 4 in 10 U.S. adults are at least somewhat likely to switch, […]


Senate Legislation Targets EV Charging Stations

March 29, 2021

Via: Transport Topics

A bill designed to boost investments in vehicle infrastructure was recently introduced by a bipartisan group of senators. The Securing America’s Clean Fuels Infrastructure Act would aim to expand the alternative-fuel vehicle refueling property-investment tax credit to decrease costs for […]


Wireless Charging Tech to Keep EVs on the Go

August 27, 2020

Via: IEEE Spectrum

Norway, already a world leader in EV adoption, will soon mark a world’s first: An Oslo-based fleet of Jaguar I-Pace taxis that can charge wirelessly even as they queue up for passengers. That inductive charging technology, developed by a former […]


3 Things You Need to Know About Electric Buses

September 30, 2019

Via: Metro Magazine

Electric bus use is growing, with nearly half of municipal buses on the road globally expected to be electric by 2025 and the size of the U.S. electric bus market projected to reach $1.95 billion by 2024. With all this […]


The US Cites That Need More Electric-Car Charging Stations, Mapped

January 25, 2019

Via: Wired

AS WITH BUYING a home and eating sushi, the wisdom of the decision to drive an electric vehicle hinges less on when you do it, and more on where. Today, you’ll find most EV owners in the few spots where […]


Electrify America reveals map of proposed charging stations

May 8, 2018

Via: TreeHugger

As I was charging up on my recent, ill-advised long-distance Nissan Leaf road trip (more on that soon!), I checked in on the news and learned via Electrek that Electrify America had unveiled an impressive looking map of nationwide charging […]


It takes less time than you’d think to charge an electric car

October 25, 2017

Via: TreeHugger

Because people don’t charge like they fill up their tanks. As electric cars go mainstream, prepare yourselves for the inevitable onslaught of naysaying articles: “There’ll be nowhere to charge them! “— Nonsense, says Lloyd. “They run by burning coal.” — […]

Travel & Public Transit

Long Beach Transit debuts battery-electric bus fleet

April 5, 2017

Via: Metro Magazine

Calif.-based Long Beach Transit (LBT) released three battery-electric buses into regular service on its complimentary, downtown shuttle route, Passport at the end of March 2017. The zero-emission buses are a first for Long Beach and a milestone for the transit […]