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Minnesota City Requests Federal Funding for EV Carsharing Network

Working in partnership with the nonprofit carsharing service Hourcar and Xcel Energy, the city of St. Paul, Minn., applied for federal funding through the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program.

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Calif. Public Fleets Purchasing Solar EV Chargers

A number of public agencies in California have recently purchased the EV ARC solar-powered electric vehicle charging systems from Envision Solar.

XL Appoints Former GE Exec to Board of Directors

Debora Frodl, former global executive director for ecomagination at General Electric, has joined XL's board of directors, the vehicle electrification company announced.

Car Inc. Invests $81M in Hong Kong EV Manufacturer

In 2015, FDG Electric Vehicles received permits from China’s National Development and Reform Commission to manufacture battery-electric vehicles.

Q&A: Navistar's Gosbee on When to Expect Electric Trucks

HDT recently spoke with Darren Gosbee, Navistar’s vice president of powertrains and advanced technology, to get his take on how and when medium- to heavy-duty electric trucks will come to market in North America.

LeasePlan Joins Global Zero Emissions Initiative

LeasePlan has joined the Zero Emission Vehicle Challenge as a founding member in the new global coalition hoping to accelerate the adoption of electrified vehicles across the globe.

Ohio City Gets Its First Electric Vehicles

The City of Dublin, Ohio, has taken delivery of its first electric vehicles (EVs) and installed a new Level 2 dual-port charging station.

Public Fleets in 9 States May Get More ZEV Funding

Nine states from the Northeast and West Coast have released a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Action Plan for 2018-2021.

Uber Incentivizes Drivers to Switch to Electric Vehicles

The San Francisco-based ride-hailing group launched the EV Champions Initiative yesterday in Austin, Los Angeles, Montreal, Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego, and Sacramento, Calif.

Tennessee Golf Courses Go Electric

The state anticipates $80,000 in annual savings and the reduction of 350,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide emissions per year thanks to its battery-electric golf carts.