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US Air Force and DOD Deploy EVs

US Air Force and DOD Deploy EVs

US Air Force Deploys EVs, V2G and EVSE at several military bases in an effort to replace their entire passenger vehicle fleet with Electric Vehicles (EVs). The US military is committed to reducing its energy use and reliance on fossil fuels as part of a Presidential Memorandum, which was signed May 24, 2011, titled Federal [Continue]

Best Buy Sells EVs and EVSE

Best Buy Sells EVs and EVSE

Best Buy started selling Electric Rides over four years ago in: Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Miami, Miami Beach and had plans to add more cities in the future. The electronic giant started with electric bikes, electric scooters and in some places electric motorcycles from Brammo as well. Best Buy was also one of the [Continue]

Lithium Ion Batteries Now Have 10,000 Charge Cycles

Lithium Ion Batteries Now Have 10,000 Charge Cycles

How long will EV car batteries Last? That is the question that millions of potential EV owners have been asking, since the battery pack is the most expensive component of an battery electric vehicle (BEV). German Scientists at ZSW in a press release dated May 22nd 2013 announced that they have developed industry leading lithium-ion [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]

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