The consumer advice publication tested 43 EVs to see which added the most miles fastest.
Solutions that will enable electrical grids to support the growing demand from fleet electrification exist, but deploying them at scale brings challenges
Parkland will use the $220-million loan from the Canada Infrastructure Bank to deploy 2,000 DC fast chargers in B.C., while eyeing further expansion
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The initiative, called Agora, is a joint effort led by ChargeHub, The Electric Circuit and BC Hydro, targeting an issue critical to greater EV adoption
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Here is what you need to know about why, for some EV drivers, when charging networks switch to kWh-based billing, the price of charging an electric vehicle seems to balloon overnight
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Mercedes-Benz announced today that it has officially launched the first North American charging hub at its Headquarters in Sandy Springs, Georgia. The Mercedes-Benz Charging Hub is open to EV drivers of any manufacturer, offering a charging option for drivers outside of the German automaker’s models and expanding options for drivers of electric cars. The charging […]
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Some wins punctuate the many challenges of putting EV charging into MURBs. But there’s a long way to go to make it seamless, according to our expert panel
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A Polestar 5 prototype with StoreDot cells will begin testing next year.
Kicking off Electric Autonomy’s annual five-part public EV charging series, experts discuss how EV networks can meet user expectations and the role NACS will have on future charging experiences
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Eaton has developed cutting-edge infrastructure and software to simplify EV fleet charging and commercial last-mile charging applications
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