If we’re going to drive off a cliff, at least we can do so with our batteries fully charged. As part of the agreement that slammed on the brakes just short of the so-called “fiscal cliff,” the federal government reinstated a tax credit for EV charging stations that had expired at the end of 2011…. Read more »
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It ranks ChargePoint and DBT as the market leaders, thanks to their range of feature-rich EVSE offerings, current market share, geographic reach, and vision.
ChargePoint President and CEO Pat Romano on the danger that high fees for public charging could pose to the industry. ChargePoint (formally known as Coulomb Technologies) does not install, own, or set rates for EV charging stations – although it often gets confused with companies that do. ChargePoint provides a broad-based, open network for EV… Read more »
In June, Cathy and I took our Tesla Roadster on an 11-day, 1,823-mile road trip. It was by far our longest trip in an electric car, and it worked well because the 240-mile range of the Roadster fit pretty well with our goal of a leisurely trip of about 200 miles of driving per day…. Read more »
The company’s venture capital arm, BMW i Ventures, announced that it is making a strategic investment in the operators of the ChargePoint charging network.
The stations will be located in multi-residential buildings and monthly parking garages, and will use Coulomb’s Level 2 chargers powered by the ChargePoint Network.
As you may have guessed, we at Charged believe that electricity is the best way to power our vehicles in the post-fossil fuel era. Compared to other contending technologies (biofuels, natural gas, hydrogen), electricity is the most efficient, and our best shot to be truly sustainable. However, there’s a much more immediate reason why automakers… Read more »
The operator of the ChargePoint Network announced Monday that it had secured $47.5 million in new financing from a variety of investors.
The WattStation Connect software platform will allow charger operators to manage, monitor and maintain their EV charging “ecosystem,” gather information and process payments.
If the government wants us to save energy, the logical first step is to lead by example and improve the efficiency of its own operations. The federal vehicle fleet, the largest in the country, offers an obvious opportunity for big savings. Over the past two years, the General Services Administration (GSA) has doubled the number… Read more »