On Friday night, with the expected bipartisan support, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that designates $65 billion for upgrades of the nation’s electric grid and $7.5 billion for the nationwide deployment of EV charging stations.
The folks at MIT have devised the ingenious Carbon Counter, and you may be shocked by what it reveals.MIT devised the ingenious Carbon Counter, an online tool that allows you to compare the lifetime emissions and total cost of ownership of a selection of the most popular cars and light trucks sold in the United States, […]
Ford announced today that it doubled its planned electric vehicle production capacity by 2023 to 600,000 electric vehicles per year. In the last few years, Ford has accelerated its plan to electrify its vehicle lineup multiple times.Read More
GM rolls out software update limiting Chevy Bolt EV charge to 80%, but removes parking restrictions – Electrek
GM announced that it is starting to roll out a new software update to Chevy Bolt EVs as part of its recall due to battery fire risks. It will limit the state-of-charge to 80%, but it will remove other restrictions, like not being able to park inside garages.Read More