There will be more than 20 million electric vehicles driving on US roads by 2030.
Will 100,000 plugged-in delivery vans break the grid? No, but the Amazon-Rivian deal does pose questions for utilities.
Norway’s appetite for electric cars is booming, and its capital of Oslo will be the first to install wireless charging infrastructure for the city’s electric taxis.
The Volvo Group announced that it is investing in Momentum Dynamics, “a Philadelphia-based company developing and commercializing high power inductive charging for the automotive and transportation industries
The second phase of BMW’s ChargeForward pilot makes an even stronger case for electric vehicles as a grid resource.
NREL is testing a novel adaptive load management system from PowerFlex.
“We believe this is the future of transportation. It behooves us to learn how we can best serve the customer.”