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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 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

kWh Billing and New EV Charging Tax Policies: What You Need to Know

The electric car market is experiencing massive growth, exceeding 10 million in sales in 2022. As a result, regulations and guidelines related to electric vehicles are changing frequently, and consumers and charging station hosts must be aware of new developments. As both EV adoption increases and internal combustion engine vehicles have become more fuel efficient,

Three Phases of Implementing EV Charging at Your Automotive Dealership

Electric vehicle (EV) sales continue to skyrocket, with over 2.3 million EVs sold around the globe in the first quarter of 2023 – a 25% increase over the same period last year. The United States government is making the switch from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to EVs even easier for drivers, with comprehensive tax

Powering Up Dealerships: Why Many Dealers Need More Power for EV Charging

Automotive dealerships that sell electric vehicles (EVs) have a unique problem; most of them lack sufficient electrical power to charge many vehicles at once. These facilities were designed and built when internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles ruled the road, and they are usually not equipped with enough electrical infrastructure to handle a lot of EV

How to Answer Top EV FAQs This Season at Your Dealership

It’s a new car-buying season and many new car buyers want to take advantage of the federal government’s electric vehicle tax incentives. With many customers considering their first EV, it’s up to the dealership sales representatives to answer questions and address knowledge gaps about this new technology. To help, we have compiled some of the most common