“Understanding how an electric vehicle works is actually much simpler than understanding how a gas- or diesel-powered car works. That’s why “The Zebra” created an infographic to help readers understand the basics of electric vehicles and how they are instrumental in changing our environment for the better.”
The Lightning LS-218 electric motorcycle takes a spot as this week’s Spotlight Electric Vehicle.
Thanks to the Volkswagen Clean Air Settlement, Electrify America is now investing $2 billion over the next 10 years in Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure, education/outreach, and access/exposure.
CleanTechnica has just launched a detailed report on the EV safety advantage.
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are more that 11 million fleet cars and trucks in the United States. Fleet vehicles regularly cover predictable routes and often return to central depots at night, making them excellent candidates for conversion to electric.
The infrastructure element that provides the crucial link between an Electric Vehicle (EV) with a depleted battery and the electrical source that will recharge those batteries is the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment or EVSE.