Both the price of electricity and the way users are billed for it could be the key to selling those in the Northeast U.S. on the benefits of electric cars.
Should Utility Customers Pay For Electric-Car Charging Stations They Don't Use?
California is by far the most advanced state in adopting plug-in electric cars. Fully 45.3 percent of the country's more than 400,000 plug-in cars were sold in California, according to data from the state's Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative. But electric cars need public charging stations...John Voelcker
California Urged To Stay The Course On Electric Cars, Help Owners Charge Cheaper
Gas prices are falling: Michigan has signs advertising regular at $1.99 per gallon. It's now below $3 a gallon even in California, which continues to be the focal point for electric-car adoption. Now an electric utility CEO has joined with an environmental advocate to urge that Californians stay...John Voelcker