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Electric Vehicle Strategies for Electric Cooperatives

By Jonathan Susser | February 21, 2017

Electric vehicles (EVs) continue to grow in popularity, and for good reason: they save money on gasoline, benefit the environment, require less maintenance and offer a quiet, smooth ride. With their reintroduction to the U.S. market just about seven years[…]

The Electric Vehicle Evolution

By Jonathan Susser | February 2, 2017

Electric vehicles are a growing market for new car purchases. At the end of 2016, 561,022 plug-in electric vehicles were registered in the United States. These vehicle owners made the switch from the gas station to an electrical outlet to[…]

National Drive Electric Week

By Kristi Brodd | September 8, 2016

This September 10-18, 2016, the United States will celebrate National Drive Electric Week, sponsored by Plug in America, the Sierra Club, and the Electric Auto Association. The celebration, which started in 2011, helps spread awareness about the benefits of driving[…]

Preparing for Electric Vehicles

By Kristi Brodd | January 25, 2016

Electric vehicles have come a long way since they were first developed in the 19th century. The first successful American electric vehicle was invented by William Morrison of Des Moines, Iowa, and it reached a not-so-speedy top speed of 14[…]

PEV Workplace Charging: Linking Corporate Sustainability Goals

By Kristi Brodd | August 6, 2015

In today’s corporate world, many businesses are tying their environmental impact and sustainability goals to current business measures. Some have established carbon offset goals, some have instituted process improvements to lessen their impact on the environment, and many are encouraging[…]