#Electric Vehicles

Find resources on electric vehicles from industry experts and fellow EV owners here so you are aware of the latest news and updates in this evolving industry.

Get the pros and cons of PHEVs and EVs and find out which cars rank highest on our list. What’s A Plug-In Hybrid? (PHEV) Plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) were made for drivers who want to drive primarily on battery power alone and have regular access to...

The all-electric Chevy Bolt is one of the most affordable and practical EVs available today. It combines an accessible starting price of $31,995 with a generous driving range of 259 miles. The key to the Bolt’s long range is its large battery...

Spoiler alert: Yes. Here’s why. The future will be traveled in an electric car. Seventy-one percent of Americans plan to buy an electric vehicle in the future — chances are, you’re one of them. Every major automaker currently sells electric...

If you’ve considered switching to an electric vehicle, you probably know about the federal tax credit for EVs. But did you know there are also incentives and rebates for electric vehicle chargers? Read on to get all your EV charging incentive...

How We Got Here: From Internal Combustion to Electrification In 2000, amidst rising gas prices, concerns about carbon emissions from burning petroleum, and rapid improvements in the cost and size of batteries, Toyota turned the consumer vehicle...

Climate scientists’ reports about 2020 carbon emissions numbers are sobering. An analysis of global temperatures by the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies shows that 2020 was the warmest year on record. That’s despite the cooling effect of...

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Enel X have announced a partnership to expand electric vehicle infrastructure in Brazil in 2021. The agreement, which is the first of its kind between an auto manufacturer and e-Mobility infrastructure provider in...

Porsche Italia, Q8 and Enel X announced an agreement to install ultrafast charging stations at 20 Q8 service areas by the end of 2021. In Europe, Enel X offers 300 kW DCFC charging stations and a network that allows EV drivers to charge two...

The fundamental changes facing electric utilities are like a slow-moving tsunami. The growth of electric vehicles, along with the increased use of renewables and the emergence of smart, distributed power systems have been well-reported for years....

Enel X recently announced its participation in a new digital home renovation series, GO GREEN, that empowers the American household to lessen its carbon footprint, save money, and live a healthy life through accessible and affordable clean energy...

As seen in Long Way Up, the new documentary series that follows Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman as they ride electric motorcycles from Argentina to California, there is a need for electric vehicle charging infrastructure everywhere people...

In the wake of extreme weather events on both coasts -- hurricanes in the east and south, fires in the west -- the new Jones Beach Energy and Nature Center stands as an important educational landmark to raise climate awareness. The new net-zero...

Nearly every facet of a modern home can be controlled with smart technology. Thanks to digital communications, we can use mobile apps on a connected device to effortlessly manage lights, locks, cameras, thermostats, appliances, and security...

Electricity generation is a dynamic process. Most of the time, we aren't aware of the vagaries of power supply and demand—because grid operators are able to manage the delicate balance. But when scorching temperatures across the western United...

At the beginning of the 20th century, about one-third of all cars on the road were electric. At that time, EVs were quieter, smoother, and more environmentally-friendly than their internal combustion counterparts. That’s still true today. So why...

Every year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) publishes its “Global EV Outlook”, the goal of which is to communicate the big picture of the current electric vehicle market. During the past several years the IEA report has made clear the vital...

Smart cities use technology like sensors, WiFi connectivity, and data collection, to better equip urban planners in managing a region’s environmental resources. Until recently, cars and trucks were not electronically connected to a city’s energy...