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Infrastructure Funds for Rural EV Charging

By Dean Adams Curtis The debate over infrastructure legislation in Congress includes discussion of funding of electric vehicle charging in rural and low income communities. A report this week noted that Arizona’s Democratic Senator, Kyrsten Sinema, in quest of a … Continue reading

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On the Level: EV Charging Chat

By Dean Adams Curtis The first thing you ought to know about electric vehicle charging is that it has three flavors, three levels of charging. The main difference between the three flavors is how fast each charges an EV. At … Continue reading

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Let EV Drivers Linger: Offer Level 2 EV Charging Lots

By Dean Adams Curtis Why not let folks linger for awhile when they pull into your town in electric vehicles needing to recharge their batteries? If you install some Level 2 chargers, the kind that take two to four hours … Continue reading

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EVs Ready For Open Roads: Are Our Roads Ready?

By Dean Adams Curtis Thanks, in part, to VW cheating on their diesel tests, getting caught, and paying up for their error bigtime, our nation’s interstate system is getting hundreds of fast EV chargers installed at varied stopping islands. These … Continue reading

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Green Interstates Get Time’s Attention

By ┬áDean Adams Curtis Soon after greeninterstate.com went online, we got email from Kim Gallagher, a project manager for the Southwest Michigan Planning Commission, who was working to improve understanding about, and interest in, the historic U.S. 12 Heritage Trail … Continue reading

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