Etiquette, Maintenance, and Safety

Keeping EVSE in good working order requires a little bit of work on the part of both, the EVSE host/owner and the drivers who use the charging stations. Keeping chargers and the area around them safe and clean is essential to keeping chargers in prime condition. Keeping public chargers and the area around them safe

The Rideshare Market Emerges with a New, More Sustainable Choice

The Rideshare Market is gaining traction and has nowhere to go but up in 2021. With prices skyrocketing and salaries well behind the times, the sharing economy was becoming popular even before Covid-19. With the pandemic’s economic impact, even more people will take advantage of car sharing. What is Ridesharing? Ridesharing or car-sharing is a

How Blink Makes an Environmental Impact

How Blink Makes an Environmental Impact : Blink Mobility
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?

How Are EVs Environmentally Friendly? : Blink Mobility
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

EV Adoption and Air Quality : Blink Mobility
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

Why HOV Lanes Were Ineffective Until the Electric Vehicle Boom

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