Electric Vehicles

Pepco energizes first plug in vehicle charging stations

Pepco energized its first charging stations for electric vehicles today

ECOtality Hosts Arizona Debut of Nissan ‘LEAF’

Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation (eTec), a subsidiary of ECOtality, Inc. (OTCBB: ETLE), a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, will join Nissan North America this week for the debut of the zero-emission LEAF electric vehicle in Arizona, starting in Tucson, with more stops to follow in Tempe, Phoenix and Glendale.

Solar powered electric vehicle charging station built in New York

Beautiful Earth Group, a sustainable energy company, built a solar-powered electric vehicle charging station in New York City

SDGE, Nissan unveil plug in electric vehicle in San Diego

San Diego Gas and Electric and Nissan unveiled the first Nissan Leaf zero emission, electric vehicle in San Diego

Electric vehicle technology roadmap for Canada unveiled

The Canadian Hydropower Association supports the recommendations of the Electric Vehicle Technology Roadmap for Canada

NEMA completes smart grid standard

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association completed Requirements for Smart Meter Upgradeability

FPL and Duke Energy investing $600 million to convert vehicles to electric

FPL Group, Inc. and Duke Energy will transition their company cars and trucks to plug-in hybrid or all-electric vehicles.

Survey: One-third of U.S. car buyers want to go electric

Nearly one in three (30 percent) U.S. car buyers are interested in purchasing an electric vehicle (EV) for their next car

MGE plans electric vehicle charging network

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.

Report: 5 utilities in top 10 list of largest green fleets

A new report by GreenBiz.com and Automotive Fleet Magazine found five utilities have some of the largest green fleets in the U.S.