Theresa Lovrak, Author at The Buzz - Electric Vehicle News
FLO partners on advanced wireless charging methods

FLO is working with WiTricity to test wireless EV charging technology at its engineering lab.

North Shore Safety introduces Level 2 Charging Station

Rated at 32 amps, the LineGard EVSE2 can provide up to 25 miles per charging hour to an EV.

BlueGreen Alliance Foundation, Atlas Public Policy release new data visualization tool

According to Atlas Public Policy Senior Policy Analyst Tom Taylor, the EV transition is impacting every aspect of the economy, including the manufacturing of EVs and the EV supply chain.

The Shyft Group, Rush Enterprises pen EV agreement

The Shyft Group’s Blue Arc EV will start customer deliveries in 2024 in Charlotte, Michigan.

EO Charging appoints chief commercial officer

The company says John Walsh brings over three decades of experience in transit and school bus electrification solutions.

Sage Geosystems announces results of commercial pilot

The company says its technology is cost-competitive with lithium-ion batteries, pumped storage hydropower, and natural gas peaker plants.

Rivian prepares first Hawaii service center

The facility will be equipped to manage vehicle deliveries, along with maintenance and repairs for Rivian vehicles.

Nikola Corporation appoints new chief operating officer

Mary Chan will lead the company’s engineering, program, product, supply chain and manufacturing teams.

Beam Global launches third-gen solar-powered EV chargers

Beam says its EV ARC systems are rated to withstand winds of 160 mph and can operate in up to 9.5 feet of flooding.

Nikola, ITD Industries expand into Canada

Nikola notes that Canada is a premium market with its support for addressing the impacts of climate change.

MyWheels, We Drive Solar partner on bidirectional charging

At the end of 2023, 300 station-based electric shared cars will be connected to charging stations in the Netherlands.

Lightning eMotors produces 55 vehicles in Q3 2023

The company announced that its commercial vehicle customers can receive up to $40,000 in credit toward the purchase of select vehicles.