Electric Vehicles

Chicago’s Soldier Field installs Coulomb electric vehicle charging stations

Coulomb's ChargePoint Network is open to all drivers of plug-in vehicles and all manufacturers of electric vehicle charging stations

GE introduces wall-mounted electric vehicle charging station

The GE WattStation Wall Mount delivers a full-cycle charge to a 24 kWh battery in 4-8 hours

Hydro Quebec launches request for 120 public electric vehicle charging stations

Powered by renewable energy, the charging stations will be operational in early 2012 at the partners' business sites and at several AMT park-and-ride facilities

DTE Energy installing electric vehicle charging stations

DTE Energy is working with General Motors through a U.S. Department of Energy grant to accelerate the transition to electric vehicles in the U.S. by deploying vehicles and installing charging infrastructure

Dominion Virginia Power plans electric vehicle recharging pilot

The pilot is designed to test whether electric vehicle owners will choose to recharge their vehicles during off-peak hours in exchange for lower electricity costs

Coulomb Technologies expands ChargePoint Network into Massachusetts

Coulomb is partnering with BMW for the Boston release of their new ActiveE all-electric vehicle

ABB buys electric vehicle charging firm Epyon

Epyon is a provider of electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions focusing on direct current (DC) fast-charging stations and network charger software

Obama administration moves toward alternative fueled federal fleet

President Barack Obama issued a presidential memorandum directing agencies to implement government wide fleet management practices

Recovery Act has helped install more than 1,800 electric vehicle charging stations

Coulomb Technologies, ECOtality, General Motors and others have been moving forward to install the charging stations as part of the administration's investments in U.S. electric vehicle manufacturing and alternative vehicle infrastructure

Texas city plugs electric vehicles into city owned charging network

The remaining charging stations will be located at the McKinney Senior Recreation Center, as well as the office buildings for the Development Services and Public Work departments