A dozen states on the East Coast with support from carmakers, utilities and charging companies, are joining forces to improve charging infrastructure.
KickGas is back, but only for a limited time, as Nissan pays for your fuel to get you to think about not paying for gas at all.
Tesla claims that its fleet of EVs, including the Model X, Model S and Roadster, makes up 62% of the all-electric cars registered in Connecticut.
Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has announced a new funding opportunity for building public EV charging infrastructure.
In June of this year, the state of Connecticut launched its “Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Vehicle Purchase Rebate” program, otherwise known as...
Connecticut has a charger goal in mind: never more than 20 minutes away from a public charging station. That's right. Connecticut is now home to 105...