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How much U.S. EV infrastructure is enough?

As charging technology changes, so will our estimates of infrastructure needed to keep up with EV adoption.

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BP Pulse hopes Gigahubs will enhance EV charging experiences

The first Gigahub is being deployed near LAX, and will be up and running in time for the 2028 Olympic games.

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BP Pulse hopes Gigahubs will enhance EV charging experiences

The first Gigahub is being deployed near LAX, and will be up and running in time for the 2028 Olympic games.

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ChargePoint, Mercedes partner on N.A. DC fast charging hubs

Mercedes and energy provider MN8 will finance and operate the hubs, powered by ChargePoint’s hardware and software.

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Wyoming bill proposes to ban EV sales by 2035

Sponsors say EVs don’t make sense in the state due to a lack of infrastructure and the importance of gas and oil sales.

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BP begins new utility-scale solar project in Ohio

The Arche project will create enough clean energy annually to power the equivalent of more than 20,000 U.S. homes, BP says.

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Entergy Mississippi opens DC fast-charging station pilot

As EVs use the charging station, Entergy Mississippi says it will be able to study the impact of EVs on the power grid.

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Just how many EV chargers does the U.S. need?

By 2030 there could be 28.3 million EVs in operation in the U.S., according to S&P Global Mobility forecasts.

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Prologis unveils California EV truck charging infrastructure

Prologis, a logistics real estate company, has unveiled two electric truck charging installations as part of its Prologis Mobility platform. The two charging sites will enable Performance Team, a national logistics company, to simultaneously charge up to 38 of its Volvo VNR Electric Class 8 battery-electric trucks. The projects – one in Sante Fe Springs

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New Canadian initiatives work to decarbonize trucking

The Government of Canada is launching two upcoming calls for proposals to help decarbonize the medium- and heavy-duty vehicle sector, which includes delivery vans, buses and certain long-haul freight trucks. Freight transportation currently accounts for over 10% of Canada’s overall climate-warming emissions. Transportation accounts for 25% of total greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. Transport Canada’s

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NY state auto dealers driving EV infrastructure investments

A new study by the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA) shows that local franchised new car dealers are driving the adoption of electric vehicles in towns and cities across metro New York. In the past twelve months alone they have installed nearly 300 new charging stations helping to create a unique local charging

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DOE puts another $13B toward modernizing, expanding U.S. power grid

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $13 billion in new financing opportunities for the expansion and modernization of the nation’s electric grid. The Grid Resilience Innovative Partnership (GRIP) program and the Transmission Facilitation Program together represent the largest single direct federal investment in critical transmission and distribution infrastructure and one of the first

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