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Electric Vehicles – Next Pledge

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World’s Largest Battery and Rapid-Charge Network Launches to Accelerate EV Adoption – By Lorraine Chow – May 2018

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Researchers Innovate to Increase EV Drive Time – By Olivia Rosane – March 2018

Transportation is now the number one contributor to U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, as EcoWatch reported in December. That’s why it’s good news that researchers revealed this week that they are making headway in developing innovations that would increase the amount of time electric vehicles spend on the road before having to be recharged.

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Top Clean Cars and Trucks of 2018 – By Josh Goldman – February 2018

Some of the cleanest cars you can buy today are powered by electricity, though the emissions of an electric vehicle (EV) varies depending on where it is plugged in. Even though parts of the U.S. still partially rely on coal fired power, the average EV sold in the U.S. produces the emissions equivalent of a gas vehicle that gets 73 MPG, and more than 70 percent of Americans live in an area where driving an EV results in fewer emissions than a 50 MPG gas-powered vehicle.

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Are Electric Vehicles Finally Taking Off? Here’s What You Need to Now
By Jason Mathers – February 2018

Electric vehicles (EVs) are poised to take off. We’ve just closed a year of record demand and investment. It’s no longer a question of whether EVs—will arrive, it’s how: How big of a role will EVs play, how soon and how clean will they be?

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California Goes Big on EVs  By Simon Mui – January 2018

Gov. Brown released an Executive Order Friday providing the details of an initiative to put 5 million electric-drive vehicles (EVs) on the road by 2030, part of a new goal announced last week in his State of the State address.

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Good News: EVs Are Not Crashing the Grid By Noah Garcia – January 2018

“Clean up the grid. Electrify everything.”

That’s a brief summary of what Southern California Edison and a growing number of U.S. electric utilities are aiming for to decarbonize the power and transportation sectors in a mighty one-two punch. Some may worry that charging hundreds of thousands–and then millions–of electric vehicles (EVs) will spell trouble for electric grid maintenance and reliability. However, a new analysis of real world data from California brings good news: EVs are not crashing the grid.

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