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Recycling Electric Vehicle Batteries

Giving EV batteries new life. When an EV reaches the end of its life in a new vehicle, it can be used for various “second life” purposes before being recycled into new batteries that power a new fleet of EVs.

Jiayu Liang and Nick Iannaco

Reprinted with permission from Volume 21, […]

New Bus Station: Net-zero Electric with No Fossil Fuels

V-shaped roof of the transportation center, designed for rain water collection. Buses enter from this side and the back. (Polly Wheeler, BRD)

Barb Greg Whitchurch

Vermont’s mountainous, rural nature presents challenges to mass transit efforts. And private vehicle travel (especially in gas mobiles) is costing us all a lot with its […]

Martha Vineyard’s 50% Electric Bus Fleet

Electric Buses Get Solar Charging And Battery Backup On Martha’s Vineyard

Buses charging under a solar canopy (Enel X)

The Vineyard Transportation Authority (VTA) announced it will add four electric buses to its fleet, bringing the total to 16, or 50% of its fleet. But what is most newsworthy about the […]

What NH Needs for Faster EV Adoption

Outside charging stations should be widely available. (

Randy Bryan

I wish to revisit a topic discussed before, the profitability, or lack thereof, of electric vehicle charge station operators (EVSO). The issues are twofold: not enough plug-in vehicles (PEVs) on NH roads, and not enough fast charge stations.

We […]

Electric Vehicles are Coming

Whether or Not our Infrastructure is Ready

Joshua Singer

Changes are coming to our roads, highways, and rest stops, many that you may have already seen. Companies such as Tesla, Chargepoint and EVgo are installing electric vehicle (EV) chargers at rest stops and in cities and towns across the country. This is a […]

How E-bikes Make Communities More Sustainable

Van Moof

Emily Wilson

So far, the speedy modernization of the transport industry has not benefited the environment. Sure, our love of travelling in speed, comfort and style has made things super convenient for us, but what about the planet, and what about our health? The sad truth is that our […]

Ford F-150 Lightning

Ford Motor Company

How to GET Yours ASAP

N. R. Mallery, publisher of Green Energy Times

It looks like Ford is stealing a bit of Tesla’s thunder with an exciting new electric pickup truck. It is releasing the F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck at a price that is very competitive, […]

Try Out an E-Bike in the Upper Valley

The 2021 Upper Valley E-Bike Library kicks off April 18 in Hartford! Four bikes, including a “cargo bike,” will be available for people to borrow for a couple of days or a couple of hours. From there, the library will move on to Hanover, Sharon, Norwich, Lebanon, Thetford, Cornish/Plainfield, Hartland, and New London, staying about […]

A Quick Assessment of Economic Impact of Electric Vehicles for New Hampshire

Source: Department of Energy at

Randy Bryan

One topic I did not spend enough time talking about at the New Hampshire Innovation Conference (see page 7 for more information) is how electric vehicles (EVs) can help New Hampshire’s economy. This economic view of clean technology is critical to reaching a broader audience […]

The Latest on Electric Pickup Trucks

Rivian R1T. Photo © 2020 Andi Hedrick, courtesy of Rivian

George Harvey

Tesla is a success story that has so far been almost unbelievable. Tesla’s first car was first produced in 2009. In December of 2020, CNBC ran a story explaining that the market value of Tesla was greater than the […]