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Public Charging Isn't the Key for EV Adoption, Its Charging at Home
EVs have always needed a public charging network, not for every day driving but for those weekend road trips where 300 miles of range just won't do. While all of this great news it is not what most EV drivers need.
LA's Massive LED Energy Savings Leads to Major EV Waste
Recently the City of Los Angeles made the switch to LED bulbs in nearly all of its 4,500 miles of roadway. A huge undertaking that cost $57 million but has seen a major drop in energy usage saving the city 60,000 metric tons of CO2 each year. Not
How Many Chargers Does a Community Need?
Let's face it, we are in a charger shortage. There is no way around it, public charge stations are outnumbered 15-to-1 in the US and DC fast stations are outnumbered a staggering 135-to-1. EVs are hitting the roads in continually higher numbers and as Tesla has a planned 400,000
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