For some time, it wasn't easy to take most EVs across the country. This was due in part to range, but mostly because of a lack of charging infrastructure. The...
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CHarIN currently has about 150 members, ranging from automakers like BMW to utilities like Enel. Volkswagen was a founding member of CHarIN.
With many new EVs arriving soon, people question whether or not they'll be okay without charging infrastructure like the Tesla Supercharger network. Is it really...
Electrify America plans to install or have under construction 484 charging station sites with more than 2,000 ultra-fast chargers by July 1, 2019.
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.
Lucid is aiming for an EV that's more luxurious and more affordable than any Tesla car. He said that an EV revolution is about five years away.
Some may ask why onsite energy storage is necessary for EV charging, and the simple answer is demand charges. We explain it here.
How is fast-charging network stacking up? In order to replace ICE vehicle with EVs, public charging is a must. Let's take a look at the situation.
The company's ultra-fast EV charging locations can cost $1 million each and require two months for permitting. But Electrify America expects 2,000 ready by June.
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.
VW's Electrify America is shutting down all of its U.S. ultra-fast chargers (150-350 kW) over a safety concern connected to the charging cables.
Porsche announced an agreement with Electrify America so that the Taycan will come with three years of free charging (unlimited 30-minute charging sessions).
CARB approved Electrify America's second-cycle $200 million investment plan for zero-emission vehicle infrastructure and education programs.
The struggle between money for metropolitan and highway installations versus rural and low-income or disadvantaged communities is the biggest issue.
The ultra-fast DC chargers are feature 350 kilowatts of juice, though no electric car sold in the U.S. is capable of taking on that much energy yet.
Electrify America announced that it's opening its first ultra-fast charging station in California, located at the Country Hills Shopping Plaza in Torrance.
EA has begun to fulfill its obligation to install EV charging and increase public awareness in low-income and disadvantaged communities in California.
In 2019, when the project will be completed, 142 EVs are to be available at 71 locations
While Electrify America's efforts may be somewhat slow initially, the company is mandated to expand exponentially. Let's hope this map gets regular updates.
Electrify America continues to move forward with its $500-million Cycle One efforts. Now, people in the Midwest will soon enjoy new EV fast-charging infrastructure.
The deal combines 12,500 stations that will become very easy to use. Interoperability and open standards for EV charging are key.
Since late August, the number of Electrify America ultra-fast charging stations increased from 10 to 21. Over 2,000 are planned.
The biggest part of the second $200 million in the California Electrify America cycle concerns charging. Lots of charging.