CLEVELAND — TravelCenters of America is teaming up with Electrify America to install more than 1,000 charging stalls for electric vehicles at more than 200 locations.
High-speed charging for electric vehicles could be on its way to becoming a mainstream convenience, available at grocery stores, apartment buildings and other locations many people frequent.
The accelerated and extensive build-out of electric vehicle charging infrastructure is prompting fresh conversations about their placement and the need for city-level resources.
Electric vehicle charging stations are vulnerable to a number of different cyberattack scenarios. A Sandia Labs research report described how a review of vulnerabilities helps prioritize grid protections and inform public policymakers.
In December, Tesla Inc. plans to deliver the first of its electric Semi trucks — prompting those responsible for delivering the power to ask: Are we ready for this?
The Alaska Energy Authority is working to overcome public perception barriers of cold climate performance, driving range anxiety and high electricity demand charges in its electric vehicle infrastructure push.August 2, 2022
With an Aug. 1 deadline looming, states are finalizing their electric vehicle infrastructure deployment plans.July 14, 2022
A new taskforce to help shape federal policy and guidance for states on electric vehicle charging networks was touted by DOT and DOE leaders as they promoted President Joe Biden’s clean energy plans.June 10, 2022
The new Joint Office of Energy and Transportation has helped 44 states in the past two months with technical assistance as part of the White House’s $7.5 billion deployment to build a national electric vehicle charging network.May 3, 2022