The city council recently passed the Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment-Ready, or EVSE-Ready, ordinance.
The EV market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.6% from 2020 to 2027.
Conducted online, the study helps to provide insights into a variety of critical issues impacting the automotive sector.
Report Shows Plug-In EV Fleets Are Expected To Make Up 12 Percent Of Global Fleet Vehicle Population By 2030
Fleets are committing to using electricity in all or part of their vehicles in the next decade, according to a recent report from Navigant Research.
According to the survey, the principle issue that has held consumers back from buying an EV to date is neither the lack of attractive, available options, nor the lack of charging infrastructure, rather it’s the perceived cost of new (33 percent) and used (14.9 percent) electric vehicles.
According to IDTechEx research, the EV charging infrastructure value chain will evolve as the integration of both electric vehicles and renewable energy goes forward. The emergence of the autonomous, shared vehicle and ride-hailing platforms will change the needs of charging infrastructure.
What makes them so attractive? With lower-than-average ownership costs, increased driving ranges and the latest advanced safety features, AAA sees a strong future for electric vehicles, says Mary DellaValle, editor of ImportCar magazine.
Toyota Motor Corp. has announced its plans for electrified vehicles for the decade 2020-2030.
The new stations will offer 30-Amp, 7.2kW and 40-Amp, 9.6kW configurations for faster EV charging and use the SAE J1772 connector for use with all standard EVs sold in North America.