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How GM's Deal WIth Peugeot is a Huge Win
General Motors is finally throwing in the towel on the EU. After 18 years struggling to turn a profit the automotive giant is taking a step back from Europe. GM announced Monday that it would sell its Opel and Vauxhall brands to Peugeot for $2.3 billion. Signaling a stronger
2016 EVs Year in Review
No matter how far you come in the world its always good to take time and look back at how far you've come. We here at EverCharge couldn't agree with this sentiment more as often times its easy it get lost in the here and now, forgetting all the amazing
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
The Numbers Behind Public Charging
Right now in the US there are 15 electric vehicles (EV) on the road for every one public charging station. Each vehicle can take between 4-12 hours to charge fully with Level-2 AC chargers. DC fast charging can achieve the same feat in around 40 minutes to an hour, however
Can Electric Vehicles save China from itself?
Sparked by eco-concern, the high maintenance cost of internal combustion vehicles, and the ever-dwindling oil supply, EVs have found a definite foothold in the personal vehicle market. While eco-friendly vehicles have a lot promise for the entire world, no place will benefit more from their rapid growth than China. China,
One Big Missing Piece in EV Adoption
Each day another major automotive manufacturer throws their hat into the EV ring. While it seems that we are only a few years away from widespread EV adoption, there is one big missing piece when it comes to selling electric vehicles. Electric vehicle sales are starting to spike and with
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