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How Long Do Electric Car Batteries Last?

Electric cars are on the rise. Maybe not as fast as the gas price, but they’re rising, nonetheless. The number of electric car sales nearly doubled from last year until now. About 10% of people buying a new car chose an electric one. More interesting still, China sold more EVs the previous year than the

Day or Night: When is the Best Time to Charge Your EV?

One of the first questions many people ask themselves when they get an electric vehicle (EV) is: When should I charge it? Unlike internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, where you can just drive to the nearest gas station and pump a bunch of (super expensive and super stinky) liquid into the tank, with an EV,

How is the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) Electrifying School Buses

Overview One goal of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) is to accelerate the electrification of America’s transportation industry, including school buses. Today approximately 480,000 school buses are operating in the United States, and only 1,800 electric buses are in operation or production. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), school buses collectively travel over three

The Projected Growth of EVs

Are EVs as popular as people think? Will their market share continue to grow? EVs are here to stay and the number of them on the road increases every day. EVs are popular with interest growing daily. Three out of four, or 75%, of consumers, think EVs are the future of transportation, while 85% are

Understanding NEVI Funding for EV Charging Infrastructure Along America’s Highways

When President Joe Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) into law, he made the most significant commitment of federal dollars toward electric vehicle charging in our nation’s history. President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes $7.5 billion to build out a nationwide network of 500,000 electric vehicle chargers. Of these funds, $4.75 billion

Charging Electric Cars in an Apartment Complex

Soon, “Do you have EV charging stations?” is going to become a standard question when hunting for apartments. After all, why would electric vehicle owners want to live somewhere that doesn’t allow them to charge their vehicles? It’s kind of an important thing when you own one. Especially since 80% of EV charging is done