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2014-11-17 16:20:38

Company rolls out multi-year, industry-leading initiative to encourage adoption of electric vehicles ATLANTA, Nov.

2014-11-12 16:21:28

LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Nov. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S.

2014-11-05 23:09:52

First of its kind, Li-Ion Guard EV Surge Protector by InLogis protects electric vehicles from nearby lightning strikes, brownouts and interference from household appliances. Golden,

2014-10-29 12:22:25

TEDDINGTON, England, October 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The free to use motor trade insurance comparison site GoMotorTrade has recently discussed the advantages and disadvantages

2014-10-01 20:21:08

Annual Report Details Utility's Application of 21st Century Technology to the Electric Grid SAN FRANCISCO, Oct.

2014-09-15 12:20:54

Initiative will help market, show customers the benefits of making the switch. NEW GLOUCESTER, Maine, Sept.

2014-09-12 16:20:19

Week of events scheduled to educate and inspire Georgia drivers to consider electric transportation ATLANTA, Sept.

2014-09-09 12:21:41

San Diego's Largest Ever Electric Vehicle Gathering to Take Place Sept. 20 SAN DIEGO, Sept.

2014-09-09 12:21:14

New sales figures show Californians buying 40 percent of nation's plug-in cars SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept.


Latest Plug-in electric vehicle Reference Libraries

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2014-04-10 00:00:00

The electric vehicle (EV) uses one or more electric motors to move. There are three different types of EVs. One that is powered externally by a power station, one that uses stored energy received from an external power source and one that uses an on board power source (hybrid electric vehicle). Different types of EVs include, plug-in electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, hydrogen vehicles, electric trains, electric trolleys, electric boats, electric two-wheeled vehicles, and...

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