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From EV Range Anxiety to Range Confidence

What Are EV Range Anxiety and Range Confidence? EV range anxiety is the fear of running out of power and getting stranded. Range confidence is the opposite. Today’s EVs have higher battery capacity, allowing EV drivers to charge less frequently. Increasing EV charging infrastructure at home, work, and on the go creates range confidence. Level

Why Electric Buses Are the Healthy School Choice

Vehicle fleets across the United States are transitioning from internal combustion engine (ICE) to electric vehicles, and that includes school bus fleets. The World Resources Institute, a sustainability advocacy group, says at the end of the second quarter in 2023, there were just under 6,000 committed electric school buses in the United States. This number includes

First Steps to Installing EV Charging for Multifamily Dwellings

Electric vehicle (EV) charging for multifamily dwellings, such as apartment complexes and condominiums, can help attract and retain tenants and foster a sustainability-minded community while increasing property value. In fact, residents in multifamily dwellings are already making it clear that they want to see EV charging in apartment complexes and condos. This is understandable, as 80%

Upcoming Changes to the Clean Vehicle Tax Credit Explained

To encourage clean and energy-efficient vehicle adoption, the United States government has made significant changes to the Clean Vehicle tax credit, to take effect from January 1, 2024. These changes make it easier for drivers to access tax credits when purchasing clean vehicles. Now consumers will be able to transfer their tax credit directly to

How EV Charging Supports Healthcare Facilities

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, high-inflation rates and labor shortages throughout 2023 have led to uncertainty for healthcare facilities everywhere. In its What to expect in US healthcare in 2023 and beyond report, McKinsey & Company predicted that “Medicare Advantage within payers; care settings such as ambulatory surgery centers within providers; software and platforms (for example, patient

How Energy Management Cuts Operating Costs for Automotive Dealerships

Energy usage is the single largest operating cost of commercial properties and accounts for almost 20% of annual greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, according to the federal government’s ENERGY STAR® program. Those numbers are even higher for automotive dealerships, which consume about 116 megajoules (110 kilo-British thermal units converted) per square foot, compared to