By Silvio Marcacci on January 9, 2013
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By Timothy Hurst on March 15, 2011
If electric cars are going to ever capture anything more than a tiny sliver of the U.S. auto market, not only does a robust EV charging infrastructure need to be developed, there has to be an easy way to find those charging stations.
By Timothy Hurst on February 9, 2011
The stop-and-go nature of delivery driving combined with the standard practice of parking fleet vehicles on company property nightly make fleet deployment of electric trucks and vans one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to electrify large portions of our transportation infrastructure.
By Timothy Hurst on February 1, 2011
PBS’ two-part series on electric cars gives excellent context to a lot of the stuff we write about here and perhaps take for granted that our readers already know.
By Matter Network on December 24, 2010
For BYD, EVs are only part of the plan. The company has been a significant player in batteries and wants to simultaneously roll out energy storage and renewable power.