By 2014 a new fast charge, multi-standard support electric car charging network will up and running in Great Britain.
Ford plans to add more electric vehicle charging stations to its company facilities, and also offers some insight into how drivers are using its plug in vehicles.
An innovative plot project in Colorado uses bi-directional fast charging stations to not only recharge electric vehicles but also push power back to local operations as needed.
El Paso, Texas becomes the latest to more fully embrace electric car charging technology, adding 32 new chargers around the city.
Oak Ridge National Lab has brought on wireless charging expert Evatran to assist in its Department of Energy project.
Three companies — Honda Motors, Paramount Developers & Contractors and Zipcar — are making LA traffic a little more green thanks to the Honda Fit EV.
Schnider Electric is looking to become a player in the burgeoning North American EV infrastructure market with the unveiling of its EVlink DC Quick Charger.
Green Car Reports reports on another fumble in the Chevy Volt camp – the need to replace the 120-Volt charging unit provided with every car with one that provides a better charging experience.
No more cold, stiff extension cords, and equally cold and stiff fingers for electric vehicle (EV) owners, thanks to Evatran Plugless Power.
Evatran, the company behind Plugless Power wireless charging, has agreements with five participants to outfit Volts and Leafs with their system.