January 2015

EV Infrastructure Grows

January 31, 2015
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ChargePoint seems to be the winner First Volkswagen and BMW announced the development of East and West Coast electric vehicle (EV) charge corridors. Then Kansas City Power & Light (KCP&L) stated that it would bring over 1,000 EV charge stations to its service area with Nissan’s help. ChargePoint, a manufacturer and network provider, is partnering […]

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Is $30,000 and 200 miles the new EV benchmark?

January 17, 2015
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Chevrolet Bolt misses that mark Chevrolet announced the Bolt concept electric car at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit with a price of $30,000 and a driving range of 200 miles. The Bolt’s $30k price point is to be reached after incentives, which means that the vehicle price will be roughly $37,500. Elon […]

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LEAF vs. Prius – First 4 Years

January 9, 2015

EV beats Hybrid With Nissan just reporting LEAF sales for 2014 of 30,200, up 33 percent from 22,610 from 2013, I thought it would be a good time to revisit how the first four years of LEAF sales compared with the first four years of the Toyota Prius – the undisputed champion of the hybrid […]

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Health, Happiness, Serenity

January 1, 2015
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My wish for you It is with some amazement that I sit down here and type these words. It was back in 2010 when I first started writing about the upcoming Nissan LEAF. Always a seeker of knowledge wherever it is to be found, when I first learned of Nissan’s plans for a new electric car […]

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