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Norway's Bjorn Nyland Does A Super Drive By Supercharger In Denmark

After a long, slow day, two drivers in Europe took a Tesla Model S P85D over 452 miles on one charge.


Brian Kent is setting off on a 26,000-mile trip to drive through the 48 contiguous states and is planting a tree in each one. Along the way, he's stopping by a National Drive Electric Week celebration in Kentucky.


A Harris Poll conducted in May found that consumer interest in full-electric and electric-assisted vehicles hasn't changed in the past two years.


Panasonic currently holds the highest market share in the EV battery industry, but LG Chem is rapidly making deals with automakers that could soon give it that crown.


Cochin International Airport Is Leading The Way

Cochin International Airport in India has installed a huge solar array, which generates enough energy for the whole facility.


BMW i3 Available Through DriveNow In Copenhagen

Portland, Oregon opens a new EV-only block. A Tesla Model S hacking presentation reveals the car's strengths and vulnerabilities. BMW puts 400 i3s into the Danish DriveNow fleet.


Despite Opel Ampera's Failure, Some Europeans Want Next-Gen Volt

A group of French fans of the range-extended EV is asking GM to bring the second-gen Chevrolet Volt to Europe. They acknowledge the failure of the Opel Ampera there but think a second chance might work.


A new video of the Formula E cars for the second season lets us hear their, um, unusual sound.


Regular Car Reviews takes a drive in someone's Tesla Model S P85 to experience the EV's power for the first time in this wonderfully vulgar video.


Oil worker John Gallagher is organizing the only National Drive Electric Week event currently scheduled in Oklahoma. The area doesn't have many EVs, so he's asking for some help.


We Talk With Joel Levin About Listening To EV Fans, Promoting Their Voices

It turns out that PIA's new executive director, Joel Levin, doesn't even drive an electric car. But he's shopping and learning right now.


EV Drivers Indicate They Are Quite Likely To Buy Another

Ford survey finds that electric vehicle owners want a wider-range of uses for their plug-in vehicle smartphone apps and they really love their cars.


National Drive Electric Week holds its celebration of electric motoring from September 12-20. With over a month to go before the event, there are 122 scheduled gatherings so far, including nine in Canada and one in Hong Kong.


Plug In America Has A New Executive Director

Opel's carsharing app CarUnity hits 5,000 users. Plug In America gets a new Executive Director. Momentum Dynamics says wireless charging is a go.


Portugal says that government employees should thing about biking to work, and will put in infrastructure to make that easier.


Denmark could end its tax-exempt status for EVs at the end of the year, and the change could more than double the cost of the green vehicles there.


Democratic Presidential Nominee Candidate Aims High In Green Energy Plan

Hillary Clinton laid out elements of a sweeping plan Monday that would see every US home powered by renewable energy by 2027.


Culprits Include Attitudes, Generation-Specific Conditions

This time, a report says millennials are actually driving less than their predecessors.


After 'Spaceballs' Reference With Ludicrous Speed, What Else Is There?

The 'Ludicrous' speed in the updated Tesla Model S hinted at Spaceballs. It's not the only sci-fi note Elon Musk has used for his futuristic companies.


US Labor Department To Weigh In

The US Labor Department is taking up the question of whether or not people who drive for companies like Uber and Lyft are contract workers or not.

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