Indianapolis is having trouble with its plug-in cars, both the BlueIndy carsharing vehicles and the Vision Fleet municipal fleet.
BlueIndy Carsharing Electric Vehicles
- Jonathon Ramsey
- May 23, 2015
In a controversial move, the city of Indianapolis agrees to provide $6 million to fund charging stations for electric-car car sharing service BlueIndy.
- Danny King
- Apr 6, 2015
Indianapolis's planned electric-vehicle car-sharing program is on hold because of cash shortage.
- Sebastian Blanco
- Aug 26, 2014
The BlueIndy carsharing program is currently being tested in Indianapolis, IN, but there is already some good news to report. The utility company supporting the all-electric-vehicle system, Indianapolis Power And Light, originally thought it would charge its customers 44 cents a month for BlueIndy, but that number has been dropped to 28 cents after a settlement with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor.