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Green Tech and Safety: The Case for School E-Buses

Electric is the future of the transportation industry, and school buses are no exception. States are already investing in electric school buses because they cost less long-term, are virtually maintenance-free, and, more importantly, for the public school systems and parents, they are…

Understanding EV Charging Plugs

So many charging plugs. J1772, Tesla, CHAdeMO, SAE, CSS… Confused? So were we, but it’s actually easy. The good part of all of this is, the industry is standardized, and keeps moving in the same direction. The needs of your particular vehicle are the key, as long as you understand…

The Hottest New Electric Cars of 2020

The 2020 model year is ushering in an exciting and diverse new line-up of electric cars across all levels, from amenity-packed luxury models to noteworthy economy EVs, and everything in between. According to Car Magazine, topping the list of new exciting vehicles is…

Is a Cold Climate a Deterrent to EV Ownership?

When EV Drivers think of cold weather, they think about the range of their car. There are many rumors and tales about EVs and cold weather. Are some or all of them true? Can EV range truly be reduced? Is there anything you can do to…

Are EVs Really Better for the Environment?

We all know that EVs do not release tail-pipe emissions, and according to Energy Sage, emit less than half the Co2 into the air as a gas-powered vehicle. While it would seem there is no logical argument to be made suggesting…

Networked vs. Non-Networked Chargers for Hosts

It’s essential to understand the differences in networked and non-networked stations before choosing an EV charging solution for your business. Both types of chargers provide the energy necessary to power an electric vehicle (EV); however, they have significant differences in…