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The Biden administration approves $100 million to fix the nation’s broken EV chargers

By Andrew J. Hawkins

EV owners fed up with the often broken, discombobulated charging experience in the US are about to get a lifeline from the federal government.

09/13/23

Electric cars have a road trip problem, even for the secretary of energy

By Camila Domonoske

When Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm set out on a four-day electric-vehicle road trip this summer, she knew charging might be a challenge. But she probably didn’t expect anyone to call the cops.

09/10/23

Tesla will install up to 20,000 versatile EV chargers at Hilton locations

By Umar Shakir

Tesla and Hilton are teaming up to install up to 20,000 electric vehicle charging stations at Hilton hotels and properties. The project will kick off in early 2024, and the chargers are slated for installation at 2,000 locations in the US, Canada, and Mexico.

09/08/23

EV Chargers Should Be Dumber

By Kevin Williams

It’s hard to embrace serendipity in an electric car.
Taking a longer journey in an EV means ensuring there are enough charging stations on the route, including on the way home. It means praying none of those chargers are broken — or worse liable to break your ca

08/28/23

Massachusetts needs more EV chargers — wicked badly

By Aaron Pressman

Massachusetts will need to dramatically increase the number of public EV charging stations in the state — at a cost in the billions of dollars — if it is to achieve its climate goals of getting nearly 1 million electric vehicles on the road by 2030, according to a new report.

08/11/23

Tesla bets $76M on wireless EV charging. Can the tech go mainstream?

By Julian Spector

Tesla’s recent investment in wireless charging for electric vehicles marks a major vote of confidence for this nascent but potentially transformative technology.

08/09/23

Seven Automakers to Create North American EV Charging Network

By Sydney Leimbach

General Motors, BMW, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, and Stellantis have announced a joint venture to install more than 30,000 electric vehicle charge points across North America.

07/27/23

Mercedes-Benz Latest To Adopt Tesla’s Charging Standards As EV Competition Soars—Here Are The Others

By Brian Bushard

Mercedes-Benz will adopt electric vehicle giant Tesla’s charging standards, the luxury automaker announced on Friday, making it the latest in a series of automakers to give its drivers access to Tesla’s growing supercharger network as EV competition surges.

07/07/23

VW Group Could Adopt Tesla Charging System In North America

By Brad Anderson

Yet another major car manufacturer could be about to adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS) design. This time it is VW and if it does make the move, it will join the likes of Ford, GM, Rivian, Volvo, and Polestar which have all committed to shifting to the NACS standard over the past 2 months.

07/03/23

NREL study builds framework to accommodate EV-charging infrastructure

By Jerusha Kamoji

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has been researching how the country could accommodate EV drivers charging needs for over a decade. Their most recent study is helping governments, organizations, and critical stakeholders get an idea of what the infrastructure could look like.

06/30/23