Engie Insight’s American Tour Identifies New Energy Opportunities

Engie Insight’s American Tour Identifies New Energy Opportunities

Engie Insight CEO Mathias Lelievre took to the road this summer, traveling to 10 American cities in 10 days. After the tour concluded, he shared with us how it went, and which new opportunities he spotted.

California’s EV Growth Benefits Outweigh Energy System Costs, Report Says

California’s EV Growth Benefits Outweigh Energy System Costs, Report Says

As California readies for rapid electric vehicle growth, the state’s energy system will require upgrades, but the costs are likely to be low compared to the benefits, according to a new report from Next 10. The nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank takes a close look at how the state’s grid might be challenged or helped by the rise of electric vehicles.

Product Announcement: Proterra Power Control Systems

Product Announcement: Proterra Power Control Systems

Proterra introduced new high-power charging options this week to make a 100%-electric bus fleet more achievable. The Silicon Valley-based developer of heavy-duty battery electric vehicles and charging systems is offering a suite of high power DC chargers.

Walmart Expands Electric Vehicle Charging Hubs for Retail Customers

Walmart Expands Electric Vehicle Charging Hubs for Retail Customers

Walmart plans to double its electric vehicle charging stations, adding several hundred charging stalls across operations in US 34 states

House Republican Plan Would Eliminate Electric Vehicle Tax Credit

House Republican Plan Would Eliminate Electric Vehicle Tax Credit

The Republican House tax plan proposed this week includes eliminating the current credit of up to $7,500 for electric vehicle buyers, USA Today reported. Automakers and industry analysts warn that nixing the EV tax incentive could have a negative effect on the entire electric vehicle … Read more…

Electric Cars to be Cheaper than Gas-Powered Cars by 2025

Electric Cars to be Cheaper than Gas-Powered Cars by 2025

Energy efficient, battery-powered cars will, by 2025, be cheaper to buy than conventiaonal, gasoline-powered cars. Bloomberg New Energy Finance recently reported that the price of the zero emission cars is largely due to falling battery costs. The report says that “batteries currently account for about … Read more…

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