Nissan Rolls Out Electric Emergency Response LEAF — RE-LEAF
Nissan has rolled out a concept electric vehicle that I have to admit to liking much more than my brain says I should
Lightning Systems Launches New Energy Division Focused On Making Fleet Charging Easy
Colorado-based electric powertrain builder Lightning Systems has launched a new division focused on bringing the latest EV charging solutions to its customers. In addition to simply providing EV chargers and supporting financing, the new division will help fleet managers build a comprehensive charging system to ensure they are up to the task of providing round the clock charging to keep the fleet on the road
Tesla Model 3 Gets CHAdeMO Adapter!
Tesla has finally enabled use of its CHAdeMO adapter with the Model 3, thanks to a new bit of code in the latest vehicle software update. The update gives owners the ability to purchase Tesla’s adapter, which allows the Tesla Model 3 to charge on CHAdeMO charging stations at up to 50kW. Tesla confirmed to [&hellip
EVgo Celebrates The Completion Of The New “Drive The ARC” Fast Charging Corridor
A new charging corridor connects EV drivers in Northern California’s Bay Area to the popular Lake Tahoe region in the Sierra Nevadas with a network of high speed DC Fast Chargers. The completion of the charging corridor was announced this morning in partnership with EVgo, when the last two stations in the Drive The ARC system were brought online
Electrify America Map Fixed. New App, Better Pricing Plans Coming.
Electrify America fixed the mapping issues we previously covered, and it has announced pricing plans that will address some of the issues I wrote about previously. With these changes, Electrify America is making big improvements that will help its important contribution to EV adoption in the United States
A 1200 Mile Journey: Testing The Limits Of The 2018 Nissan LEAF
This is the story of a 1200 mile journey taken in what’s basically the wrong car for the job. I decided to test the 2018 LEAF to the limits, in several different ways. Rapid charging repeatedly, going up one of the steepest interstate highway climbs in the US, some off-highway driving, and long journeys into places with no charging stations were just a few of the things I decided to take on. I thought that after more than a year with the car and almost 50,000 miles on the odometer I knew what the LEAF was made of, but it turned out that I still had more to learn
Tesla Supercharger Supremacy In UK Soon To Be Lost To Gridserve?
This article is about the new Gridserve EV charging stations to be set up in the
My 1st Time Charging With Electrify America: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
While people have been charging at Electrify America sites for months in the eastern portions of the US, the Southwest deserts have been among the last places to get a station. I recently had my first chance to use one in Deming, New Mexico. I was very impressed with the station, but there’s definitely room for improvement when it comes to paying for a charge