Green Mountain Power President and CEO Mary Powell joined Governor Phil Scott, members of his administration and other energy leaders on July 11, 2019 at a news conference highlighting state efforts to expand the adoption of electric vehicles and further the electrification of Vermont’s transportation sector to reduce carbon. Powell issued the following statement in […]
Find your nearest Drive Electric Earth Day event!
Transportation is now the largest source of carbon emissions in the U.S. In celebration of Earth Day and the fact that we must transition transportation to be fossil fuel-free, Drive Electric Earth Day events will be showcasing the many shapes […]
On January 23, 2019, the Vermont Public Utilities Commission (PUC) issued a major decision that will stimulate investment in electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and accelerate the transition to electric mobility in Vermont and the Northeast.
The PUC’s order reduces regulatory uncertainty and ensures that owners and operators of EV charging can set pricing at […]
The next Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Lunch will be held on November 1st – We hope to see you there! Electric Vehicles in Norway: Policy and Implementation Lessons Norway is the world leader in sales of electric vehicles with 25% of new car sales now electrified. A team of Tuck students visited the country last spring […]
WEBINAR INVITATION Transforming Transportation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
Is your commute driving you nuts? Tired of choking on tailpipe exhaust?
Our transportation system—how we move people and goods from point A to point B—is not working for far too many people.Furthermore, it is a major source of air pollution and the largest […]
Remi relaxes in her mobile dog house. Credit: Greg Whitchurch.
The reviews, the government agency reports, and the science are in: electric cars are faster, more powerful, quieter, more comfortable, cleaner, less polluting, safer to ride in (http://bit. do/ev-safety) and cheaper than Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) cars. So why do people still […]
Drive Electric NH, Concord, NH
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JUNE 18, 2018 Contacts:
Randy Bryan: firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-496-3501 c Cathy Corkery: email@example.com, 603-224-8222
WHEN: Saturday, 23 June 2018, 10am to 4pm
WHAT: An Electric Car Show: Concord will turn its picturesque Main St into a pedestrian mall. All manner of shops and vendors set up on the […]
The Town of Derry announces the completion of a new electric car charging station, located at the Derry Municipal Center parking lot, 14 Manning Street. ReVision Energy installed four charger units, consisting of three Tesla 50 Amp chargers and one Clipper Creek 40 Amp universal charger. Tesla provided subsidies to significantly reduce the cost of […]
Drive Electric NH is helping coordinate the following Electric Vehicle events in NH scheduled for this summer:
June 1st, Friday, Loudon Raceway NHDES [DE-NH help] Green Your Fleet , 10-4pm. June 6th, Wednesday, Meredith 104 Diner NHEC [DE-NH help], 3-7pm June 9th, Saturday, Nashua Rivier College DE-NH, 9am-3pm June 23rd, Saturday, Concord Market Days DE-NH, […]
To help its members realize the benefits of Electric Vehicle (EV) ownership, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) has become the first electric utility in the state to offer deeply discounted rates to members who charge their EVs during off-peak hours.
EV ownership is on the rise and most auto manufacturers are currently offering or plan […]