“Zero Emission Musicians” Rick Denzien and Debra Lee set a world record as the first ever 100 percent electric vehicle professional cross-country music tour, traveling 8,070 miles to California and back, in a 2018 Tesla Model 3.
AddÉnergie to install 25 fast-charging stations at Canadian Tire Gas+ locations throughout Ontario, with Natural Resources Canada contributing close to 50 percent of the $1.8-million investment.
If current trends continue, we’re soon going to see many more electric cars on the road. Most of the leading automakers already offer electric options or have promised to in the near future. This is great news, unless you happen to live in an older multi-tenant building.
Kyocera is supplying two more solar-powered recharging stations in Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The stations power electric vehicles as well as plug-in hybrid vehicles. In addition, the stations can act as central hubs for…
Australian Tesla drivers have a new place to charge their electric cars–and themselves–on the long trip between Melbourne and Adelaide, thanks to a dedicated charger recently installed by Raidis Estate in Penola, South Australia.
If you live or work in a large city, it’s likely you’ve experienced the frustration of sitting in urban traffic. In Toronto, Canada’s largest urban center, traffic is a problem for 71 percent of drivers, with 40 percent estimating they spend more than an hour a day in gridlock, according to a survey by traffic-solutions company Beat The Traffic.
Electric vehicles have been around in one form or another for more than a hundred years. Yet, it’s still rare to see one driving beside you, or to find one at your local auto dealer. That will soon change if Ollie Danner has his way.
One of the biggest challenges facing the wider adoption of electric vehicles is the charging infrastructure. Where do you plug in? With limited battery range and charge times of a half hour or more for even the most powerful chargers, it’s crucial that charging facilities be plentiful and readily accessible. Where does the electric vehicle charging infrastructure stand now and where is it headed?
Flash charging electric buses reduce urban pollution and noise. ABB, the leading power and automation technology group has developed a new technology that will help power the world’s first high-capacity flash charging electric bus system….
Richard Sebestyen, Project Manager at Volvo Group Trucks Technology, with Volvo’s Electric Road. Electric vehicles promise clean, quiet transportation, but they suffer from a severe drawback: Their range is limited by their battery capacity. While…
GreenTech Automotive, an American manufacturer of all-electric vehicles, and JAC Motors, a leading Chinese automotive manufacture, have announced a strategic partnership that will include the development of a five-passenger, all-electric sedan to be assembled in…