This past Saturday, San Diego celebrated National Plug-In Day 2013 at Liberty Station. It was a beautiful day in Point Loma for electric vehicle owners and interested individuals alike to gather and marvel at new upcoming electric vehicle technology and test-drive new car models. To the left side of the fair, companies such as Nissan[…]
Are you curious about what’s involved when residents want to charge a plug-in vehicle in a multi-unit dwelling community? Join SDG&E for a seminar May 14 to learn about the stakeholders involved, the decision making processes, and possible issues (and solutions!) for installing vehicle charging units in multi-unit dwelling communities. The session will: Provide an[…]
With the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles continuing at record pace, there is always something new to keep up with. Below your find some new information and resources. Multifamily and Workplace Charging Semiars SDG&E will be hosting workshops on electric vehicle charging at multifamily dwelling communities and at workplaces. Both Events will take place 9am[…]
With the number of plug-in vehicles growing at amazing rates, now is a good time to think about installing charging infrastructure. Clean Cities provides some resources for those interested in learning more: Clean Cities Plug-In Electric Vehicle Handbook for Public Charging Station Hosts: This 20-page guide provides information on charging equipment, installation considerations, station design,[…]
Last night was car2go’s one year anniversary celebration in San Diego! San Diego is the first car2go city that offers an all-electric fleet. In the company’s first year here, more than 12,500 San Diego residents have become car2go members. Collectively, San Diegans have taken more than 200,000 trips around town. With an average of 5,000-6,000[…]
DC fast chargers are getting installed along the West Coast Green Highway and making the idea of an EV traveling the 1,300 miles from the Mexican border to the Canadian border more of a reality each day. ChargePoint has installed many Level 2 stations in Oregon and Washington in support of the green I-5 effort,[…]
San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition is hosting an event, known as Odyssey Day, in conjunction with the California Center for Sustainable Energy on October 23, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Our local Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Day Odyssey will be one of many events held across the country to showcase cleaner, more[…]
Here are a few resources on charging stations across the country from the Electric Drive Transportation Association, Rocky Mountain Institute’s Project Get Ready, Coulomb Technologies, ECOtality, DoE’s Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center, and EV Charger News.
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders Monday rolled out Smart City San Diego, a broad public-private collaboration that aims to improve the region’s energy independence, empower consumers to adopt electric vehicles, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and drive economic growth.
The 25,000 EVs will constitute most of GE’s fleet. NEWS | TRANSPORTATION MICHAEL KANELLOS: NOVEMBER 11, 2010 The electric car industry has clamored for a case study to showcase they economics of electric cars. General Electric is giving them one. The conglomerate said it would purchase 25,000 electric cars for its fleet. GE’s global car fleet right[…]