Drive Electric Week in New Hampshire
National Drive Electric Week is Friday, September 23 – Sunday, October 2. With events happening across New Hampshire, check out the Drive Electric NH events page to find an event closest to you. Ask questions and learn more about electric vehicles – maintenance, how to charge them, cost […]
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E. (Ford)
Two electric cars set some impressive records since the August issue of Green Energy Times came out. One is a Tesla Model S Plaid, which competed in the Mount Washington Hillclimb, held on August 13-15. The other is a Ford Mustang Mach-E, which set […]
Source: Department of Energy at Energy.gov
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 […]
Aptera. Image courtesy of Aptera.
Just imagine the electric vehicle (EV) of the future. Park it in the sun, and you never need to charge it. Or charge it once and go 1,000 miles without another charge.
When will that be? A company called Aptera says it will […]
Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) joined Governor Phil Scott at the press conference on July 11, 2019 regarding vehicle electrification and offered the following statement.
“Recognizing the need for lower cost and carbon free transportation solutions, the Governor smartly proposed the State’s first incentive for electric vehicles and continued investments in necessary public charging stations. As […]
Burlington Electric EV Financing Program Burlington Electric Department has partnered with local credit unions to make EVs more affordable for the Burlington Community. The credit unions – Green Mountain Credit Union, Vermont Federal Credit Union, and VSECU – are offering low- and, under certain circumstances, no-interest loans and allowing Burlington Electric customers to apply their […]