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Tesla Superchargers Rated Much Better On PlugShare

PlugShare gathers a lot of data. And it presents the data in a useful way in quarterly reports … that cost $2,500. I’m sure the most recent quarterly report is quite interesting, but putting down $2,500 certainly couldn’t be justified by CleanTechnica. That said, we did run across a cool chart (via EV Annex & Charged) that seemed worth sharing. […]

June 19th

Install Solar In California With Sungevity, Get Free EV Charging Station Via PlugShare

Context & commentary: If you are an electric car driver, you have to know PlugShare. It is clearly the leading way to find charging stations in countries across the world. Sungevity, meanwhile, is one of the top solar installers in California and the United States as a whole. Both going solar in California and switching to […]

June 19th

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

PlugShare 101 (EV Obsession Video)

Ashley Horvat, VP of Strategic Initiatives at PlugShare, gave a 30-minute presentation at the EV Transportation & Technology Summit to explain PlugShare and also discuss the West Coast Electric Highway. PlugShare is the most popular charging station locator app/website in the world, and I’ve used it many times. Still, I learned a few things from Ashley’s presentation, so I […]

January 1st

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

EV Conference In Florida — Hope To See You There!

As I announced last month, I’ll be presenting at an upcoming electric vehicle conference in Florida toward the end of October. More details regarding the “EV Transportation and Technology Summit” are now out, and I think everyone here will agree that it looks really interesting. I really hope that many of you can register and […]

September 5th