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NRG eVgo ready for 'No Charge to Charge' in Atlanta

That loop of highways circumnavigating the city of Atlanta is about to get some fast chargers. And, for those driving newer Nissan Leaf electric vehicles, some free chargers as well, for the next couple of years. It's the new taste of southern hospitality.

Ecotality sues over NRG's $120m electric vehicle charging station settlement

The lawsuit settlement we reported on a few weeks ago – the one that was supposed to result in a $100 million commitment to build up plug-in vehicle infrastructure in California – is coming under fire.

NRG Energy launches nation's 1st commercial-scale V2G project

The "cashback car" is one step closer to reality.

Texas gets its first public-use Level 3 charger

Utility company NRG Energy is joining forces with AeroVironment, General Electric and Siemens to expand its privately funded eVgo charging network across several major cities in Texas. The eVgo program, which NRG

Electrification Coalition says U.S. would "benefit substantially" from plug-in vehicles

The Electrification Coalition (EC) was organized by companies in the plug-in vehicle space – e.g, Nissan, Coda Automotive, Coulomb Technolgies, A123 Systems – last November and today issued the results of an economic impact study that shows it'll pay to push for plug-ins. The EC's paper says that, "the U.S. economy would benefit substantially over the long term from i