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Brompton Challenges London Transit Riders To Hop On An Electric Bike Instead

Brompton electric bikeThe fine folks over at Brompton took to the tubes in London with a new pitch: ditch the usual commute in favor of a ride on one of Brompton’s lightweight, compact folding electric bikes. Most folks in the world still haven’t ridden on an electric bicycle, which makes the proposal that much more exciting

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Many States Are Punishing Drivers For Owning An Electric Car

A new study by Consumer Reports show that many states are seemingly punishing electric vehicle (EV) drivers for owning an

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The Electric Vehicle Revolution Is About To Get Messy

Those of us who have followed the electric vehicle market for several years (or, for some of you, decades) can easily get complacent about where the EV revolution is and where it’s headed. We can be lulled into a semi-sleeping state by monthly sales reports, by routinely seeing EV market share of 1–2% in some markets, 5–10% in others, and 50% in Norway. We can be blown away by the Tesla Model 3’s success, while at the same time underestimating what it means

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Tesla Model 3 = 67% of US Electric Vehicle Sales in 2nd Quarter

I prefer comparing the Tesla Model 3 to its gasoline competitors, but it’s also logical to compare the Model 3 to other electric vehicles. In the old days, these were simply called EV sales reports, but the US electric vehicle market is so unbalanced at the moment that it’s hard to ignore the elephant in the room — there’s the Model 3, and there’s everything else

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Thalia Electric Car, Designed & Built In Mexico, Nears Production

The Thalia will be the first electric designed and manufactured in Mexico. 80% of its parts will be sourced from Mexican suppliers as well. Production is scheduled for to begin next year.

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Sicily To The Leaning Tower Of Pisa In An Electric Van — Nissan e-NV200

After so many adventures and kilometers (see parts one, two, and three), we were down south in Sicily for this portion of our trip. On the 7th day in the morning, with 3,300 km on the meter, we decided to give up on the southwest part of Sicily, where fast chargers were quite scarce, and we drove through the mountainous heart of the island

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520+ Electric Cars Are 1st To Cross Montreal’s New Samuel de Champlain Bridge

Over 500 electric cars enjoyed the honor of being the first to cross the Samuel de Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Canada, which opened at 5:00 am on Monday, June 24th. This special bridge-crossing EV parade was organized by Club Tesla Quebec and 

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Ola (India’s Uber) To Add Electric Version Of World’s Cheapest Car To Fleet

Uber’s competitor in India — Ola Cabs — is all set to add an electric version of the world’s cheapest car in its fleet as it plans to expand into the electric mobility on the back of supportive policies of the government

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Opel Goes Electric: A First Look At The Corsa-e

Opel Corsa-eThe German carmaker Opel has finally gone electric with the new sixth generation Corsa-e. As anticipation built ahead of the vehicle’s world premiere in June, photos of the model were leaked, forcing Opel to release official photos and information ahead of schedule. So here they are…

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Who’s Behind The War On Electric Cars?

Powerful forces, led by the Koch Brothers and the fossil fuel industry, are attacking electric car tax credits and advocating for higher fees on EVs. Push back. Call your elected officials today.

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