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It’s World EV Day and Global EV Outlook is Charged for the Future

Will this be the decade of the EV? According to Global EV Outlook 2020, the odds are likely. The Global EV Outlook report examines vital elements of the growing EV trend—charging infrastructure, cost, volume and type of energy usage, emissions, and development of batteries to predict EV sales all the way to 2030. According to

Converting ICE Cars to EVs

EVs always prove a better buy in the long run, but what if the there’s a car you wished was electric but it’s not?Another option is to convert an internal combustion engine into an electric one. Sound impossible? It’s not, and businesses have been quick to realize the opportunity and help you do just that! 

How Southern California is Driving EV Adoption Forward

EVs are becoming more and more popular, and there is one state in the union that is leading the country in new EV and EVSE technology. California leads the race to make the U.S. a leader in the industry, as it has continued to lead green innovations and technology for decades. According to, today

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

Mobile Apps Enable Drivers to Find Public Chargers On-the-Go

Own an EV but can’t charge at home, or need more than one charging location? Some new EV buyers fear they won’t be able to find a charger on the go, but apps and maps abound to help EV drivers find chargers away from home. Over 80% of EV drivers usually charge at home, but

Why HOV Lanes Were Ineffective Until the Electric Vehicle Boom

HOV lanes, designed as both a means of traffic control and of decreasing pollution, extend for thousands of miles in over 20 states. Traditionally called “carpool lanes”, HOV lanes require a minimum number of vehicle occupants for use during peak hours. They’ve always been considered a treat for drivers who carpool, and recently, for EV