Nearly one in three (30 percent) U.S. car buyers are interested in purchasing an electric vehicle (EV) for their next car
As part of several technology demonstration projects under study, Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) has purchased six Coulomb Technologies electric vehicle charging stations from Carbon Day Automotive, Chicago, Ill.
A new report by GreenBiz.com and Automotive Fleet Magazine found five utilities have some of the largest green fleets in the U.S.
Ontario is joining forces with Better Place, a company that creates infrastructure for electric cars in an effort to get electric cars running on their roads.
ComEd has added 50 new Toyota Prius PHEVs to a fleet that now numbers more than 2,100 green vehicles.
Coulomb Technologies announced it will provide the first smart charging infrastructure installation base for new and existing alterative fueling stations within California for several types of electric vehicles.
Advanced Energy, in partnership with Duke Energy and Progress Energy, will initiate a smart charging trial of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
GridPoint announced the appointment electric vehicle pioneer Kenneth R. Baker and former director of the CIA, George J. Tenet to its board of advisors.
EPRI announced a research and development collaboration with GM and 34 utilities to facilitate integration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles into the grid.
EPRI will form a collaborative of utilities in the New York-New Jersey area that will test Ford Escape PHEVs. Subsequent trials will be conducted with customers of the participating utilities.