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EVgo fast-charge network commits to 100 percent renewable power
If electric cars are supposed to clean up the environment and reduce global warming—and they are—EV drivers would like to rely on 100 percent renewable energy to do charge. And charging networks are striving to provide it.
Used EV incentive led by unlikely backer
New program prompts a question: where traditional support for electrification falls short, can philanthropy help fill the void?
Volkswagen receives 10,000+ pre-orders for ID.3 electric hatchback in first 24 hours
Volkswagen opened up pre-orders for its ID.3 electric hatchback on Wednesday, and the company reports the car has already received more than 10,000 pre-booking registrations across Europe in the first 24 hours of availability.
Engaging employees as EV ambassadors
The suggestion from the Cascades Inc. employee made a lot of sense to management: Since Cascades is primarily a recycling company dealing in paper and packaging, why not encourage its employees to also reduce their environmental footprint?
Montreal clears final hurdle for Uber Jump
Only weeks ahead of Uber officially launching Jump, its shared e-bikes service, in Montreal, city officials voted to enact “state-of-the-art” legislation promising that none of these dockless bicycles will end up being thrown on the streets, on the sidewalks — or even in the Lachine canal.