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Curbside Charging for EVs Approved in District of Columbia

The vast majority of electric vehicle charging takes place at home, which is a simple enough proposition for drivers who have their own garage or driveway. For those who live in dense urban neighborhoods where drivers struggle daily to finding parking, though, charging remains a significant challenge. But what about …

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VW Campaign Highlights Lifestyle Benefits of EVs in Addition to Benefits to Society

As part of Volkswagen’s campaign to highlight features and benefits of driving electric, this week the company released a series of videos expressing the message “Before it can change the world, it has to change yours.” The intention of the campaign is to deemphasize important yet amorphous benefits such as …

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EV Charging Network ChargeLab Bets Future on Open Standards and Interoperability

Electric vehicle charging network provider ChargeLab announced this week that eligible multi-family communities and office buildings in Canada can receive EV charger installations for $0 in upfront costs. Canada’s new Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP) program (funded by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)) offers 50% of the total project cost, …

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