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America’s Loneliest Road Is Finally EV-Ready

US Highway 50 earned the nickname “The Loneliest Road in America” for its dearth of activity and attractions.

America’s Loneliest Road Is Finally EV-Ready

The US has added more than 1,200 public fast-charging stations in the past 12 months, filling in electron deserts and expanding the reach of the Great American Electric Road Trip.


Charging Forward: A Toolkit for Planning and Funding Rural Electric Mobility Infrastructure

The rapid growth in electric vehicles (EVs) today is part of a fundamental shift in consumer preference towards cleaner and more affordable mobility options, a change that promises substantial economic, public health, and environmental benefits to individuals, businesses, communities, and the entire Nation. All Americans, regardless of where they live, should have the opportunity to benefit from the lower operating costs, reduced maintenance needs, and improved performance that EVs provide.


Interactive: EV Charging Stations Across the U.S. Mapped

As the electric vehicle market continues to expand, having enough EV charging stations is essential to enable longer driving ranges and lower wait times at chargers. Currently, the U.S. has about 140,000 public EV chargers distributed across almost 53,000 charging stations, which are still far outnumbered by the 145,000 gas fueling stations in the country.


Comprehensive Charging for Any Fleet.

We’re leading the charge. Actually, we started it. You’d think after creating the world’s largest and most open EV charging network we’d be satisfied, but you’d be wrong. The way we see it, there’s still much more we can do—together. Join us in getting all people and goods moving on electricity.


What Are The Different Levels Of Electric Vehicle Charging?

We’ve been refueling our cars with gasoline for more than a hundred years. There’s a few variants to choose from: regular, mid-grade or premium gasoline, or diesel. However, the refueling process is relatively straightforward, everybody understands how it’s done, and it’s completed in about five minutes.


Electrifying New York

Climate change poses an existential threat to a coastal city like ours, and poor air quality leads to over 1,000 deaths in our


What Is OCPP & Why Is It Important To The Future Of Electric Cars?

Electric vehicle charging stations are an emerging technology. As such, charging station site hosts and EV drivers are quickly learning all the various terminology and concepts. For example, J1772 at first glance may seem like a random sequence of letters and numbers. Not so. Over time, J1772 will likely be seen as the standard universal plug for Level 1 and Level 2 charging.


In the Race to Scale EVs, New Entrants Push the Pedal on Ultra-Fast Charging Technology

By Amy Brown

With evermore dire reports from climate scientists on the relentless pace of climate change, the race to scale electric vehicles (EVs) is gaining speed. Utilities and start-ups are working feverishly to build fast-charging networks as automakers make major investments in EVs. That level of innovation is critical if the world is to finally shift gears to more sustainable transport systems.


We need gargantuan investment in EV charging stations. Where will the money come from?

By Jeff St.John

The $1 trillion infrastructure bill that passed the Senate this week contains a small down payment on President Joe Biden’s promise to “win the EV market”: $5 billion in grants for states to deploy public electric vehicle chargers, plus another $2.5 billion to support EV charging and hydrogen, propane or natural-gas vehicle fueling stations.


Want an EV charger? Good luck finding one, study says

By David Ferris

Nobody walks in LA, as the song goes. But if you do, there’s a decent chance in Los Angeles of finding a nearby electric-vehicle charging station . Wander the poorer neighborhoods of San Antonio, Chicago or Baltimore, though, and you’re out of luck.