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LAPD Orders 100 BMW i3s

Originally posted on the ECOreport. After a year-long test of two Model S P85D loaner cars and the all-electric BMW i3, an important announcement was made this morning. Greenlots, the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), and BMW of North America are partnering to launch the new Los Angeles EV police fleet.

June 9th

Hawaiian Electric & Greenlots Partner To Implement EV Fast Charger + Energy Storage

The electric vehicle charging company Greenlots has partnered with Hawaiian Electric Company to test out its SKY platform — a new vehicle-grid integration technology — in an active electric vehicle fast charger. The new fast charger outfitted with the SKY platform will serve as part of a joint research and demonstration project with the Electric […]

February 29th

Electric Car Charging Habits & Values — Tesla Superchargers Big Trump Card

Following our articles on 1) battery preferences of electric car drivers & likely buyers and 2) range requirements + hypothetical range–price tradeoffs, in our 9th article pulled from Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want — a new report from CleanTechnica, EV Obsession, and GAS2 — the topic is charging, charging, charging. The other side of the range coin is charging. With inductive, wireless charging […]

January 31st

BMW & Nissan Partnering For EV Fast Charging Station Deployment

Two of the top electric vehicle manufacturers out there currently, Nissan and BMW, have partnered to further develop charging infrastructure in the US, according to a recent press release. The partnership has already partnered on 120 new dual-port 50-kilowatt (kW) DC fast-charging stations, implemented in 19 different states. All of these are Greenlots-networked charging stations featuring both […]

December 22nd

Electric Car Charging 101 — Types of Charging, Charging Networks, Apps, & More!

There’s no doubt about it — electric car charging is different from fueling a car with gasoline. On the whole, it’s much more convenient to charge an electric car — you get home, you spend 2–3 seconds plugging in, you go on with your day or night, and you spend 2–3 seconds unplugging when you are […]

September 10th