We now have the details for Electrify America's National plan for Cycle 2, which calls for a $300 million investment over a 30-month period starting in July 2019.
There are still a lot of myths about EV charging. Despite what you read, lack of charging infrastructure is not a big obstacle. And most charging is free.
With the electric revolution taking over the car world by storm, some new metrics gauging the EV's abilities are slowly coming to the spotlight.
CARB approved Electrify America's second-cycle $200 million investment plan for zero-emission vehicle infrastructure and education programs.
An initial project will connect the JuiceNet EV charging platform to one of LO3’s transactive energy marketplaces, activating local renewable energy to be traded.
Ever wonder how an electric car actually works? Well, wonder no more as this single, simple graphic lays it all out very well.