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Who Says Electric Can't Live Large? Who Says Electric Can't Live Large? Conventional wisdom says electric is fine for cars in cities, but not for hauling loads or going long-distances. Wisdom is seldom conventional. All, Blog Plug-in Driver's Save 45 Million Gallons in 2013 Plug-in Driver's Save 45 Million Gallons in 2013 Plug-in vehicles, battery-electric cars and plug-in hybrids are cutting US gasoline use by 45 million gallons a year. That means Americans are already saving $100 million a year in refueling costs thanks to EVs. All, Blog Electric Isn't Just for Cars Anymore Electric Isn't Just for Cars Anymore The EV market has traditionally been focused on cars, but if you ride a motorcycle there is fast and agile green-bike to die for. In the video below, Brammo's Brian Wismann dissects the high-tech inner workings of the award winning Brammo Empulse electric motorcycle! All, Blog Volkswagon Developing an 80KW Battery Pack Volkswagon Developing an 80KW Battery Pack Volkswagen is bench testing a new battery chemistry that it says could store up to 80 kWh of energy in a similar volume to that of the current eGolf’s 26.5 kWh battery pack. All, Blog Need More Power? Meet the HCS-60 Need More Power? Meet the HCS-60 Need More Power? Meet the HCS-60 All, Blog Seattle in Top 10 Cities for EV Growth! Seattle in Top 10 Cities for EV Growth! ChargePoint – the company with the nation’s largest and most open electric vehicle charging station network – released a list of the Top 10 Regions this week with the largest growth of electric vehicle sales. All, Blog FedEx Testing Nissan's All-Electric E-NV200 FedEx Testing Nissan's All-Electric E-NV200 It’s not available in the US for commercial sales yet, but Nissan’s e-NV200 electric cargo van can be seen on the streets of Washington DC with the FedEx logo emblazoned on its side. All, Blog