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More than 60 % of fleets would see financial gains if they transitioned to electric today
The latest EV suitability assessment from Geotab, the fleet tracking and management specialist, finds North American companies that delay fleet electrification risk a hit to their bottom line.
Electric Cars Are Better for the Planet – and Often Your Budget, Too
Electric vehicles are better for the climate than gas-powered cars, but many Americans are still reluctant to buy them. One reason: The larger upfront cost.
Volta Charging raises $125 million in Series D financing
San Francisco-based charging network operator Volta Charging has raised $125 million in a Series D financing round. The new funding brings the company’s total equity financing to over $200 million. Volta will use the new capital to increase its investment in product, engineering and network infrastructure, and to begin its international expansion.
Coachbuilder Ares turns Tesla Model S into a two-door convertible
Coachbuilders Ares Design have just completed one of the best Tesla Model S Convertible conversions we’ve ever seen, and also added a few new features we had always hoped Tesla would install from the factory.
Volkswagen brand triples deliveries of pure EVs in 2020
EV sales soared in Europe in 2020, and at least two legacy automakers, Daimler and Volkswagen, appear on track to meet the EU’s stringent emissions targets for the year.