Category archive - Electric Vehicle Chargers

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations In National Parks Appearing Around The Country

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations In National Parks Appearing Around The Country

Yellowstone National Park’s Lamar Valley is nicknamed the American Serengeti because travelers are greeted with a wide open plain dotted with a variety of wild animals. From bison to wolves and elk to grizzly bears, Lamar Valley visitors are treated to some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the western United States. What visitors may not expect to see is an electric-vehicle charging station.

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What You Need to Know About Charging Your Electric Car Away From Home

What You Need to Know About Charging Your Electric Car Away From Home

According to some automotive experts, electric cars will replace gasoline-powered cars as the next dominant automobile. Electric vehicles hold many advantages over the gas-powered car: The motor is less complex, electric cars do not emit exhaust, and the vehicle’s fuel—electricity—can be captured from renewable sources. Auto manufacturers have already released a few electric cars into the market, but certain challenges, such as battery efficiency and cost, have kept electric vehicles from being adopted on a wider scale.

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California leads in green car sales, but there are surprises on the lists

California leads in green car sales, but there are surprises on the lists

By Scott Burgess

A recent study of new car registrations by Edmunds reveals that some big car-buying states aren’t as interested in electric or gas-electric hybrids as other states.

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NEC increases electric vehicle battery capacity 30 percent

NEC increases electric vehicle battery capacity 30 percent

By: Matthew Humphries

There is a lot of focus on battery technology at the moment, and with good reason. Our gadgets continue to get thinner while we demand more time between charges. We also have to consider electric vehicles becoming more popular and eventually replacing conventional vehicles on our roads. They require much larger batteries which output more power while remaining as light as possible.

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