Creating an Eco-Friendly July 4th.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
2w ago
This Independence Day, why not infuse the traditional red, white, and blue with a vibrant splash of green?  We all understand the importance of taking better care of our planet, yet we also know that meaningful change can be challenging. However, by adopting small, incremental steps, it becomes more manageable.  Let's explore what we can achieve this holiday—ranging from eco-friendly decorations to delectable patriotic dishes and sustainable entertainment.  There's no better occasion to honor both our nation's legacy and our commitment to the Earth. Join us in celebrating this F ..read more
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Watch our webinar with the Joint Office of Energy & Transportation.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
1M ago
National Car Charging subsidiary Aloha Charge and Tritium have partnered to provide all the DC Fast Chargers required for the first phase of the Hawai'i NEVI Program. HDOT is using the initial round of NEVI funding to procure eight Tritium NEVI systems, totaling 32 PKM150 (150kW) chargers and 16 power units. The chargers were procured for HDOT by Sustainability Partners from the National Car Charging subsidiary Aloha Charge and will be equipped with software developed by EV Connect, an EV charging management solutions provider. These fast chargers are expected to be the first funded and insta ..read more
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NCC is Named a Finalist for Two Prestigious Colorado Business Awards.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
3M ago
“It’s an incredible honor to be named an award finalist by both of these prestigious organizations,” shared Jim Burness, CEO and founder of National Car Charging. DENVER, CO., April 5, 2024 — The nation’s largest and most experienced independent electric vehicle (EV) charging station reseller and installer, National Car Charging (NCC) announced today that it has been selected as a finalist for two prestigious 2024 Colorado business awards by the Denver Business Journal and Colorado Companies to Watch.  With their annual Small Business Awards,  the Denver Business Journal (DBJ) recog ..read more
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Rev Up Your EV: NEVI's First Funded Charging Stations are Now LIVE!
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
4M ago
In his blessing today, Kahu Kalani Wong likened EVs to the ‘Ōlelo No‘eau (traditional proverbs) that says, “He aliʻi ka ʻāina, he kauwā ke kanaka (The land is chief, the people are servants),” emphasizing our responsibility to take care of the land and further underscoring the importance of the island state’s commitment to electrification.  All eyes were on Maui today, where the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation announced the opening of the first electric vehicle charging stations funded by the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program. Today’s blessing and ..read more
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Advocating for Clean Energy: 2024 Energy Independence Summit.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
4M ago
By Kamala Vanderkolk, Business Development Lead at National Car Charging National Car Charging attends the 18th annual Energy Independence Summit 2024 in Washington, DC February 11-14. Last week Transportation Energy Partners hosted the 18th edition of the Energy Independence Summit in Washington, DC, marking a significant moment in our nation’s journey towards a sustainable future, emphasizing the importance of decarbonizing transportation, improving air quality, and promoting environmental equity. In attendance were leaders of the nation’s Clean Cities Coalitions, partner organizations and ..read more
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Where did Hertz go wrong?
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
4M ago
Written by Jim Burness, CEO & Founder, National Car Charging Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of press around Hertz's decision to scale back its electric vehicle (EV) initiative. The media has mostly attributed the cutback on depressed resale values of used EVs and their high repair costs for damage. However, I’ve yet to see an article about what I suspect is another key culprit - their rollout strategy.  Before we dive in, let me state up front that I do applaud Hertz for integrating EVs into their fleets. As a category leader, it only makes sense for them to lead the r ..read more
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5 Tips for EV Driving in Cold Weather.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
6M ago
REPOSTED from the ChargePoint Blog. Written by Colleen Jansen. This winter, temperatures in the Midwest dropped to a chilly 50 below as the region was pummeled by a polar vortex. We even got some snow in the foothills around Silicon Valley. No matter how chilly it gets, though, EV drivers have no reason to fear. While cold weather can affect your range, you can still get where you’re going in an EV. Cold weather can reduce range because batteries are at their most efficient between 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The climate control systems in your car rely on your ..read more
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EVs & Sustainable Farming for a Better Tomorrow.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
6M ago
At first blush, the future of EVs and farming may not seem interconnected; however, the future of agriculture, especially in the United States, is uniquely dependent on the rise of electrified transportation for its survival and that of the planet’s. Agriculture and climate change. Farming has long been at the mercy of Mother Nature. Even the classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz is the story of a tornado threatening the family farm. Those fears and weather uncertainties have only escalated over time. Ever since the Industrial Revolution, the release of vast quantities of carbon dioxide ..read more
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Clean Air for All.
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
7M ago
The Game-Changing Impact of Electric Cars on Environmental Equity. With gas prices soaring, 2022 is very quickly being dubbed the year of the electric car. However, while electric vehicles (EVs) can help save us money, reduce our carbon footprint, and protect our domestic energy independence, the transition to electrification is also a direct path to environmental justice, especially in our pollution-filled cities across the United States. What is environmental justice? Environmental justice embraces the idea that we all have a right to equal protection and equal enforcement of environmental ..read more
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Parking operators: 6 tips for earning revenue with EV charging
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by Margaret-Ann Leavitt
9M ago
REPOSTED from the ChargePoint Blog. Written by Michael Hughes, Chief Revenue Officer at ChargePoint Seeing more electric vehicles (EVs) pulling into your lots? If you haven’t already, you will very soon. Global sales of passenger EVs are expected to surge over the next few years, rising from 10.5 million in 2022 to approximately 27 million in 2026, according to the 2023 BloombergNEF (BNEF) Long-Term Electric Vehicle Outlook report. BNEF predicts that in the U.S., thanks to a new round of federal incentives, EVs will make up about 28% of passenger vehicle sales by 2026. These numbers mean park ..read more
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