Posts Tagged charging

Reps. Muri and Magendanz at bill-signing for EV incentive measure

Gov. Jay Inslee signs House Bill 1853, May 11, 2015. Relating to the Encouraging of utility leadership in electric vehicle charging infrastructure build-out.

Washington Governor Signs Bill That Offers Financial Incentives To Utilities To Install Charging Stations

State of Washington representative, Chad Magendanz, R-Issaquah, a friend of InsideEVs, has informed us of the following: Rep. Magendanz’s electric vehicle infrastructure bill signed by governor Legislation offering financial incentives for utilities to build electric vehicle (EV) charging-station infrastructure was signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee today. The measure…

2 weeks ago by Eric Loveday 6

Tesla Celebrates Supercharger Opening

Tesla Completes U.S. Central Passage Supercharger Route

With the opening of the 183rd North American supercharger station located on 1981 Zumbehl Rd St. Charles, Missouri, there is now a new U.S. central passage available to Tesla owners. Though a 214 mile leg still remains between St. Charles and Independence, Missouri, this is more than achievable for all…

1 month ago by Mark Hovis 46

Charging points in Canada

Canada’s Two Largest Charging Station Networks Team Up

The Electric Circuit and the VERnetwork announced an interoperability project for its charging networks in Canada. Electric Circuit is the largest public charging network in Québec with nearly 400 stations (including 8 DC fast chargers), while VERnetwork is the largest in Canada with over 700 stations. Both companies are using…

1 month ago by Mark Kane 8

24 Hour Electric Vehicle Charging Challenge

24 Hour Electric Car Fast Charging Challenge

A company called ZEF Energy announced a cool event on 12-13 April – the 24 Hour Electric Vehicle Charging Challenge. It’s about electric cars and DC fast charging them in 24 hours through CHAdeMO. A goal has beenset for 100 cars (each charged once), which would be about 15-minutes for…

2 months ago by Mark Kane 12