This is the first part of the price VW will pay in its diesel emissions settlement.
Edison was more of a DC guy.
BMW and California-based software maker QMerit collaborate on www.bmwcharging.com, which lists certified charging-station installers.
Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, and San Diego Gas & Electric each submitted funding needs and plans for more charging stations.
Colorado-based Vision Ridge Partners acquired EVgo from NRG earlier this year.
Norway opens the world's largest DC fast-charging site. Emphasis on large.
This may be how Model 3 owners will pay for Supercharger access.
ChargePoint says it now has 30,000 EV stations on its network. It's only growing, too.
The information came out as part of a legal fight in the UK.
Tesla may partner with gas-station operator Sheetz on deploying more charging stations.
The EVgo charging network was sold by utility company NRG to Vision Ridge Partners.
The Japanese-backed charging-protocol group CHAdeMO readies its fast chargers for longer-range electric vehicles.
US charging-outlet count is rising about 30 percent a year, but range anxiety continues to hinder plug-in vehicle sales.
The latest Tesla Supercharger count rolls past 2,000 worldwide to serve Model S drivers.
About half of Scotland's plug-in vehicle recharging stations don't get used over the course of a month.
ChargePoint takes issue with PG&E's plan to build infrastructure for 25,000 plug-in vehicle recharging stations across California.
Three hundred miles down, 2,100 to go. Green-car advocates can soon travel a bit of American history thanks to a public-private collaboration that is stringing together some plug-in vehicle charging stations along the Illinois stretch of historic Route 66. Heck, maybe there will be some wind-powered electricity from Chicago.
California may take yet another step forward as the leading edge of US plug-in vehicle adoption. This time, it could be by tweaking the state's new building codes. The Golden State is considering requiring builders of either new homes or new, larger parking lots to install the infrastructure for plug-in vehicle charging systems at the same time, according to The Long Tail Pipe. Similar rules were put into place in Palo Alto last year.
A Massachusetts company is taking a futuristic approach to hands-free plug-in vehicle charging: robot appendages. A product called PowerHydrant uses a robotic arm to connect a charging station to the vehicle, allowing for an easy kind of customer charging experience that is also offered by wireless charging systems. PowerHydrant, which is in its testing phase, will be shown off at the EV Tech Expo in Michigan this week.