October 2022 was another month of misery for Italy’s once promising EV market. In stark contrast with the rest of Europe’s main auto arenas, which keep making strides in electric mobility adoption, the Mediterranean country is still in the midst of an identity crisis. Official statistics from UNRAE for the month of October dim the […]
A recent ARK newsletter made the case that the landscape for all-electric transportation will change very quickly away from internal combustion engine power. What stats back up this claim? And where does Tesla fit into this picture? Is the robotaxi key?
Robert Nicol has a pedigree that is soaked in petrol and diesel, and yet he has been able to evolve from fossil fueled vehicles to electric vehicles. His father worked for Toyota as a “master service technician” for more than 25 years in Australia. Robert’s first career was in automotive service, starting as an apprentice […]
By William H Fitch III, We Are Solar Owner
General Motors says it plans to avoid opportunistic pricing for its upcoming electric cars so they are affordable by more drivers.
A Google Maps update now allows EV drivers to search for fast chargers when planning a road trip away from home.
For EVs to gain critical mass in the United States, the public needs to believe the infrastructure is there to support them. As an EV owner myself, I know most EV owners charge their cars at home and have little need for public or private charging stations. But for long distance trips and for those […]
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act both make transformational investments in the electrification of America’s transportation system, including personal vehicles, school buses, transit buses, commercial fleets and the building of a national network of public chargers. These investments are key to achieving the vehicle electrification targets set by federal, state and local governments […]