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Tesla revealed plans to add to the Tesla Supercharger network in California with a massive new station and microgrid in Kern County.
Rivian has developed a next-gen charging network prototype that will be open for all EVs with 400- and 800-volt CCS charging architectures.
After four weekend EV road trips, a Kia EV6 owner has busted the myth that an EV can’t manage a road trip.
The EVThing in Cuero, Texas, is a destination offering fast charging plus fun dining options. Exposure to that kind of experience can help grow EV adoption.
Tesla’s huge cost advantage and its experience help it win a lot of EV charger funding, but EV owners benefit in the end.
Nearly any business can benefit from adding EV charging as a value-add. Charging as a service is a way businesses owners can save money and time.
The Joint Office provided an impressive list of accomplishments for new public EV charging stations deployed under the federal NEVI program in Q1 2024.
Payment platform Bluedot and rental company RideShare Carz have partnered to streamline the EV charging payment process for EV rideshare drivers.
New EV charging venture IONNA, now operating in the U.S., features heavyweight backers like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Stellantis.
Experts predict that 2024 is the year that EV charging will become convenient, reliable, and standardized.
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