Charging Infrastructure

Plugshare adds No Charge to Charge filter

July 31, 2014
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Nissan makes Plugshare app official location finder Recargo, provider of the popular online charge station locator app PlugShare, announced that Nissan has made PlugShare the official No Charge to Charge app to find locations. We have been a big PlugShare fan since discovering it a few years ago. The great thing about the app is […]

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PSEG offers free EVSE to businesses for employee incentive

July 22, 2014
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PSEG’s own employees have shown benefits of EV ownership The above infographic hits the high points of why they are making this offer: 13 employees saved $19,000 on gas in one year – that’s an average of $1,461 per employee 5,300 gallons of gasoline went unburned 50 to 60 tons of CO2 avoided 120,000 commuting […]

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Which charging standard will win?

June 8, 2014
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Will we need to have a winner? When we pull up to a typical gas pump, we are faced with several hose options – regular, mid-grade, premium, and sometimes diesel. Perhaps this is our electric vehicle (EV) future as well. A study performed by The EV Project before it imploded last year stated that the […]

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ChargePoint becoming the network to beat with recent capital infusion

May 26, 2014
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$22.6 million add brings total funding to over $110 million ChargePoint, based in northern California, now operates more than 17,000 charging ports in the nation making it the largest EV charging network in the country. With this capital infusion of $22.6 million ChargePoint is clearly the most successful privately held charging network company. The Blink […]

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No Charge Electrons in Texas for LEAF owners

September 26, 2013
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Nissan partners with NRG eVgo Nissan has partnered with NRG eVgo to provide new LEAF owners in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston Texas areas free access to public charge stations for one year. This network of stations includes 23 locations in Dallas and 17 in the greater Houston area. Also included will be charge stations […]

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Palo Alto looking to become an EV leader

September 22, 2013
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City to consider requiring EV infrastructure in new residential construction According to Palo Alto Online three members of the Palo Alto city council, including the mayor and vice mayor, stated in a memo that they are in favor of moving toward requiring new residential construction to install electric vehicle (EV) friendly infrastructure. Basically, this just […]

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Southern California Edison shares gained knowledge – part II

September 3, 2013
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A final look at SCE’s study The majority of first-time visitors to Southern California Edison’s (SCE) electric car site want to know how much it will cost to charge their cars if they buy an electric vehicle (EV). Because most people have no idea how an electric car will impact their utility rates, and as […]

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LEAF outsells Altima where there is infrastructure

August 25, 2013
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Georgia state incentives help in Atlanta Nissan LEAF is the best selling Nissan model in Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle. It doesn’t take rocket science to figure out why. All three of these markets are densely populated with the oh so important DC quick chargers that allow for either greater trip distances, or a quick […]

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East Coast LEAF owners have cause to rejoice

July 10, 2013
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Quick Charger installation to begin on East Coast Back in May we wrote about Nissan’s plan to install 500 DC quick charge stations around the country in the next 18 months (found here). At the time, Nissan was reluctant to provide any additional details. Now they have regarding at least a portion of these installations. […]

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LEAF sales shine where infrastructure lives

May 19, 2013
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West Coast strength proves infrastructure helps sales This week Nissan announced that LEAF sales passed the 25,000 mark in the US and over 60,000 worldwide. Recognizing that electric vehicle (EV) sales drive infrastructure build-out, Nissan also acknowledges that infrastructure build-out drives EV sales. “We’ve also learned how infrastructure plays a role in a consumer’s decision to […]

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