Kootenay region makes electric cars a priority

Kootenay region makes electric cars a priority

B.C.’s regional electric powerhouse is trying to make it easier for people to switch to electric vehicles CBC News, May 01, 2017 A coalition of Kootenay regional districts and corporate partners is undertaking an ambitious plan to expand electric charging stations across the region. (Government of B.C.) The Kootenays are B.C.’s electric powerhouse, and the region is making significant advances to put…

Washington Power Company To Expand Charging Stations

Washington Power Company To Expand Charging Stations

by Steven Loveday  Inside EV’s Story idea: Marc Semail Washington Power Company To Expand Charging Stations Avista, an eastern Washington-based utility company, is requesting approval from the state to expand charging stations. The plan is to build 265 stations over the next 2 years. The project will cost about $3.1 million. Stations will go in homes, work places, and at…

VIDEO: Electric cars are dirty? – It’s nonsense.

VIDEO: Electric cars are dirty? – It’s nonsense.

Robert Llewellyn, Fully Charged, June 7, 2016 Kudos to Terrance Berscheid & James Locke for the link   A common misconception is that electric cars charged from the grid, where we burn coal to generate electricity, are actually dirtier than petrol or diesel.  Guess what.  It’s nonsense. More info here.  

All Cars to Be Electric by 2030

All Cars to Be Electric by 2030

All Cars to Be Electric by 2030 Korean Island Plans for All Cars to Be Electric by 2030 South Korea’s Jeju Island has spent years building out its electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure to encourage residents to make the switch from gas-guzzlers to battery-powered cars. Soon, the small resort island will have the cars to match the infrastructure. This week, Jeju…

Flow Electric Car Chargers

Flow Electric Car Chargers

Flow Electric Car Chargers CoRe+ Description of the CoRe+TM Family The smart charging stations of the CoRe+TM family are specially designed for private areas like workplaces, car fleets, and multi-residential buildings. For commercial and industrial use, the CoRe+TM stations are ideal for areas serving, or capable of serving, large amounts of electric vehicles since they offer the possibility of powering the charging stations…