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Dude, Where’s My Car (Charging Station)? How Public Charging Is a Centerpiece of a U.S. Department of Transportation Initiative

, lead policy analyst, Clean Vehicles

There are nearly 15,000 public charging stations for electric vehicles in the U.S., but there hasn’t been a great way to navigate to those spots without an app or internet access – until now. Read more >

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California Zooms Past 200,000 Electric Cars

, senior engineer, Clean Vehicles

Electric vehicles hit another milestone in California last month. We can’t know for sure, but over Presidents Day weekend the 200,000th EV was likely sold in the state, meaning California is on its way to hitting the state’s goal of 1 .5 million electric drive cars and trucks on the road by 2025. Read more >

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Do Electric Cars Work in Cold Weather? Get the Facts…

, senior engineer, Clean Vehicles

All cars (both gasoline and electric) have lower fuel efficiencies at colder temperatures, decreasing how far the vehicle can travel without refueling. Read more >

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Interested in the 2017 Chevy Bolt? Here are its Global Warming Emissions…

, lead policy analyst, Clean Vehicles

Regardless of where you live, the Chevy Bolt’s carbon footprint will compare extremely well with the average gasoline-powered vehicle. Read more >

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New Electric Vehicles for 2016: Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model X

, lead policy analyst, Clean Vehicles

Looking to start the new year with a new vehicle? Begin your obsessive internet research by reading the following recap of updates to the 2016 Chevy Volt and Nissan LEAF, both electric vehicles that can seriously cut your transportation emissions while saving you some coin on fuel. I also preview the all-new Tesla Model X, debuting at a high price point but with features that could justify its six-figure price tag. Read more >

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