Inside EVs was created not only to publish the breaking news of the day, but to dissect it, to promote it, and, most importantly, to examine the how, what, and why of electric vehicles.
Today, that hard work and dedication to plug-in vehicles and infrastructure is demonstrated through Inside EVs’ standing as the largest Internet property comprehensively covering electric vehicle news.
Inside EVs brings together some of the most knowledgeable, well-known insiders, as well as dozens of prominent contributors.
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A Detroit native, and University of Michigan grad with a degree in journalism, Eric brings a lifelong passion for automobiles. Previously, Eric wrote at Autoblog, AutoblogGreen, PluginCars and All Cars Electric
Director of Communications – Executive Editor:
His first passion is music, but he has always loved writing as a creative outlet and has been writing and editing for enjoyment for several years. He writes for U.S. News Best Cars too.
Brad writes about EVs for The New York Times, Popular Mechanics, MIT Technology Review, and others. Before becoming Editorial Director for InsideEVs, he founded HybridCars.com and PluginCars.com.
North American Plug-In Vehicle Specialist:
Tom has been driving electric since 2009. A former director at Plug in America, Tom currently works with dealerships to increase their plug in vehicle sales.
Based out of Europe, Mark brings InsideEVs the beat on what is happening internationally
Editor – Special Assignments:
Having covered electric vehicles & electric bikes for over a decade, Domenick is a popular and familiar face in the EV scene today
Editor – Lead Sales Analyst:
Wade is a long-time EV owner and advocate. He graduated from the University of Texas Dallas with a career in marketing, design and web development. This combination led him to InsideEVs as an author and sales analyst.
Having covered cars for a long time now, including for BMWBLOG.com, Vanja brings with him a passion for aftermarket, tuned electric cars with a certain style of unique flair and a high-level of performance.
Founding InsideEVs in 2011, Jay brought with him almost a decade of insider reporting on EVs, as well as close industry contacts.
Based in Hong Kong, covering local and Asia region EV news. One of the founding members of ChargedHK
, a group promoting EVs in the city.
Retired engineer, who worked in the meteorology field for 20 years. Mark is a PV-EV enthusiast who enjoys breaking down the basics of EVs.
Living and Driving on Sunshine. Peder and his wife have driven over 100,000 EV miles powered by sunshine. Peder currently owns 3 EVs from BMW, including an i8
Is president of EV Club of the South and has been a local Drive Electric Week captain for the past 3 years.
George Betak is an engineer and a technology enthusiast. George co-founded the San Francisco BayLEAFs
, which focuses on education and public outreach
George Bower is a retired mechanical engineer and a Tesla Model S owner. His articles are a bit on the technical side for some readers but considering he’s an engineer that is to be expected.
In addition to advocating for electric vehicles via the written word, Josh also headed up EV Badges, with a portion of the proceeds going to support Plug-In America
I.T. Administrator by day, YouTube content creator by night. Long time EV enthusiast.
Electric Cars TV was an internet property dedicated to bringing plug-in news to the public only through video, it has since joined the InsideEVs’ family
President – Automotive Motorsport Network:
Eric is an automotive publishing vet who launched TheDrive.com, relaunched RoadAndTrack.com, managed Esquire.com, PopularMechanics.com, MensHealth.com and EW.com.
John is an automotive journalism enthusiast best known for growing Autoblog into what it is today, which includes launching AutoblogGreen. He spent two years at The Wirecutter before joining Motor1.com and beginning his work with the InsideEVs team.