Plug-in Electric Vehicle

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February 26, 2013

In the world of sustainability initiatives, providing charging stations for electric vehicles doesn’t provide the same bang for your buck as, say, energy-efficient lighting upgrades or super green HVAC systems. But property owners, managers and REITs are seeing the advantages to so-called EV stations and are installing them at office, retail, hotel and other commercial properties.

Article
January 22, 2013

A European consortium, consisting of DNV KEMA, Fraunhofer ISE, EMD International, RAH and RFVV, has begun an EU-funded project to develop modeling and simulation tools for optimally integrating electrical vehicles (EVs) into electricity networks.
 

 

Article
December 17, 2012

What kind of developments will lead to EV batteries that are safer and deliver more energy?

Article
December 17, 2012

The City of Sacramento has joined Evatran's Apollo Trial Program to test wireless charging technology on its own electric vehicles.

Article
December 6, 2012

Cooperation on eMobility standardization was the focus of discussion during a Transatlantic Roundtable organized by the European Committee for Standardization, the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization, and the American National Standards Institute, which took place in Brussels on Nov. 28-29.

Article
November 27, 2012

Ford Motor Company has announced a collaboration with GE, in which the company will purchase 2000 Ford C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrids for its fleet – Ford's largest-ever plug-in electrified vehicle fleet sale.

Article
November 9, 2012

Electric vehicles  will remain a very small part of the U.S. market unless automakers can lower prices and demonstrate the economic benefits to consumers, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Electric Vehicle Ownership Experience Study.

Article
November 6, 2012

The racing community is discovering that electric vehicles do indeed provide some advantages that are hard for internal combustion engine vehicles to duplicate.

Article
August 6, 2012

The Department of Energy has announced that 19 transformative new projects will receive a total of $43 million in funding from the Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to leverage the nation’s brightest scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to develop breakthrough energy storage technologies and support promising small businesses.