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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

How Federal and State Government Incentives Make It Easy to Become an EV Owner

Whether you are looking to purchase your first electric vehicle (EV), your next EV, or electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) for your home, the United States has incentives, rebates, grants, and programs to help. The federal government, state governments, and even local utilities have special incentives to help anyone who is interested in joining the

What Are Zero Emission Day and National Drive Electric Week?

September 21 is Zero Emissions Day. It’s also the kickoff to National Drive Electric Week which runs from September 22 – October 1, 2023. Let’s look at these two annual events and what they mean for current and future electric vehicle (EV) drivers. Zero Emission Day September 21st is Zero Emission Day. As the story

Why Used EVs Make EV Adoption Easy

Electric vehicles (EVs) are finally reaching mass adoption. A Bloomberg analysis found that the tipping point for EV sales is 5%, or “the start of mass adoption, when technological preferences rapidly flip.” The United States reached this point in 2021, meaning that by 2025, 25% of new cars may be electric vehicles. Canada joined the

Join Blink for World EV Day!

World EV Day is almost here! This year, Blink Charging is proud to join Green.TV’s fourth annual celebration as a Premium Partner and EV Charging Operator Sector Lead. Here’s what you need to know about World EV Day on September 9. What Is World EV Day? First organized in 2019, World EV Day is an

What Does Battery Storage Mean for EV Drivers?

Blink Charging recently announced our first battery energy storage system (also referred to as a BES system or BESS) in Pennsylvania that includes four direct current fast chargers (DCFCs). This innovative electric vehicle (EV) charging station will be beneficial to both drivers and businesses that want to host DCFC charging stations. Here’s what battery storage means