Tesla faces a $7.5 billion ultimatum

Tesla may miss out on $7.5bn in EV charger subsidies from the Biden administration if it doesn’t open up its EV charging network to competitors, according to Reuters. The Department of Transportation will reportedly introduce a new requirement next week that will encourage Tesla to add the EV charging stations used by rival electric-vehicle makers. […]
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TravelCenters of America to deploy 1,000 EV charging stations by 2028

TravelCenters of America (TA) has partnered with Electrify America to provide electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at TA’s locations. The deal will include TA in Electrify America’s network, allowing customers to access and pay for charging via the Electrify America app. Electrify America will manage the entire development of TA’s charging stations, including getting permits […]
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Largest EV Fast Charging Station Hub in Southern Tier Now Open

The largest open-access electric vehicle fast charging hub in the Southern Tier region of New York has opened. The New York Power Authority and Tesla developed the 16-charger site at Hancock Town Hall in Delaware County with eight universal charging ports and eight Supercharger ports by Tesla. The charging hub will help encourage the development […]
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BP Expands Global Footprint of EV Charging Stations

BP has expanded its electric vehicle (EV) charging capabilities and aims to install 100,000 EV chargers worldwide by 2030. BP reported a 65% increase in the number of EV charge points globally in 2022 compared to 2021, and the number of strategic convenience sites offering BP-branded vehicle energy increased to 2,400 from 2,150. BP plans […]
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How One State Is Rolling Out an EV Charging Tax System

Starting from July, the state of Iowa is set to collect taxes for charging electric vehicles based on kilowatt hours sold. The law for the tax was approved four years ago and is aimed at recouping lost gas tax revenue which the state relies heavily on. The fees for the new tax are intended to […]
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Electric Vehicle Charging Networks Trend Toward Convenience

EVCS, an electric vehicle charging network with locations in California, Oregon and Washington, is turning to technology to make their platforms more accessible and interoperable for drivers. They offer two options for charging: pay-per-kilowatt or subscribe to a fixed or unlimited monthly plan. The company is working with apartment buildings and property managers to locate […]
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