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How Blink Makes an Environmental Impact

Emissions and Electric Cars Since they were first introduced, electric vehicles have been subject to scrutiny from critics, who suggest electric vehicles are not all they’re touted to be environmentally. Are EVs really far cleaner running than gas-powered vehicles? According to Forbes, a comparative study of the International Council of Clean Energy (ICTT), showed EVs

How Are EVs Environmentally Friendly?

Blink Charging is among the largest producers of EVSE in the United States, solving the problem of where to charge for businesses and homeowners alike. Blink is dedicated to reducing climate change and greenhouse emissions through the production of equipment that charges elective vehicles (EVs). Since first introduced, electric vehicles have been subject to scrutiny

EV Adoption and Air Quality

We know emissions from vehicles cause air pollution, and that air pollution is responsible for breathing issues, illnesses, and death. In fact, the World Health Organization states that 4.6 million deaths per year can be attributed to air pollution. While no vehicle is perfect, EVs have been shown to reduce particulate matter in the air

The Evolution of the Electric Vehicle

While the first electric vehicle was created in 1889, it took over a hundred years for the EV to find its place in history. While the internal combustion engine has ruled the road for most of the years in between, concern about the effects of traditional gas-powered vehicles has caused a worldwide green revolution that

Electric Vehicles Score Points with the Modern Retiree

Many retirees find themselves in the position of needing a new car, but no longer needing a vehicle that can stand up to a long daily commute. While previous generations, after they retired, could reliably be found behind the wheel of big cars such as a Buick, Lincoln Town Car, or Cadillac, today’s retirees want

The Ideal Charge to Preserve Your EV Battery’s Lifespan

So, you just bought an EV and you need to charge it. Which charger should you use and how much should you charge your new car? You might be surprised. 80-90% of charging takes place at home, but drivers often recharge at work, restaurants, the gym, and many other locations to “top off their tank.”