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Wanted EV Green Bloggers Journalists!

Wanted EV Green Bloggers Journalists!

EV.com is currently seeking to contact an assortment of Eco-Green friendly: writers, authors, journalists and bloggers willing to contribute content to their industry leading website about Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Green Sustainable living. Interested parties are requested to contact Ken Burridge (Editor-in-Chief of EV.com) as soon as possible [Continue]

US Electrification Coalition Plans Millions of Fleet EVs

US Electrification Coalition Plans Millions of Fleet EVs

Electrification Coalition calls on the new US Congress to adopt their Fleet Electrification Roadmap, which is a plan to electrify 16 million fleet vehicles. The Electrification Coalition is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit group of 21 business leaders committed to promoting policies and actions that facilitate the deployment of electric vehicles. The [Continue]

Why USA Electric Cars Finish Last

Why USA Electric Cars Finish Last

Why is Europe, China, India (and even Australia) ahead of the USA with respect to embracing e-mobility and attempting to win the global EV race? There are of course many answers to that question, but one answer is probably literally in view even as you read this. It’s a little surprising to most people for [Continue]

Two Cents per Mile Will President Obama Make it Happen?

Two Cents per Mile Will President Obama Make it Happen?

EV.com Book Review: “Two Cents per Mile: Will President Obama Make it Happen WITH THE STROKE OF A PEN?” by Nevres Cefo According to the author (and the staff here at EV.com agree) that this “book is a valuable resource to anyone who wants to learn about clean, safe, and efficient alternatives to gasoline-powered motor [Continue]

EV Range World Record Set by Tesla Roadster

EV Range World Record Set by Tesla Roadster

An American-built Tesla Roadster as part of the Global Green Challenge an electric sports car owned by Simon Hackett (the managing director of Australia’s national broadband company Internode) along with co-driver Emilis Prelgauskas set the world record distance for electric cars between charges by 71km to 501km (313 miles). This record [Continue]

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