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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Charging industry agrees on carbon credit standards

Eric C. Evarts Sep 20, 2018 Electrify America 350 kw chargers at Home Depot in Chicopee, Mass. Driving on electricity produces less carbon than driving on gas. Yet in most places, no one gets credit for lowering those carbon emissions. That is, until now. In an effort to reduce the cost of installing electric-car charging stations, a new agreement by the Electric Vehicle Charging Carbon Coalition (EVCCC), calculates carbon credits to benefit the charging station provider. Electric-car charging carbon credits [SOURCE: EV Charging Carbon Coalition] Credit

Toyota hydrogen trucks, Tesla dashcams, and Model 3 crash testing: Today’s Car News

Sean Szymkowski Sep 20, 2018 Toyota Project Portal 2.0 fuel cell-powered semi-trailer truck Toyota plans to build 10 more hydrogen fuel-cell powered semi trucks. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says dash cams will become standard in its electric cars. The Tesla Model 3 aces the NHTSA crash tests. And the electric-car charging industry agrees on carbon credit standards. All of this and more on Green Car Reports. Toyota's Project Portal fuel-cell powered semi truck project will expand at the Port of Long Angeles in California.

State officials telegraph looming fight to proposed federal EPA rollbacks

Aaron Cole Sep 22, 2018 Smog over Los Angeles, courtesy Flickr user steven-buss Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy and state attorneys general from California and Maryland said Friday that they will vigorously fight proposed rollbacks by the EPA to federal emissions standards ahead of public hearings scheduled for next week. “We’re not interested in taking a punch. We want to counter-punch,” California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Friday. For three days beginning Sept. 24, federal officials will hold public hearings about the proposed rollback to

GM working on ultra fast charging system for electric cars like the Chevy Bolt EV (Updated)

Eric C. Evarts Sep 4, 2018 Charging Chevy Bolt EV before trip across Maryland [image: Brian Ro] Automakers are in a new race, not for miles per hour on a track or the street, but in miles per hour regained while an electric car is sitting at a charger. GM is the latest automaker to join the race toward faster-charging electric cars, with a new project to develop an “extreme fast charger” that can deliver up to 180 miles of range to an electric

2019 Honda Insight, Chevy Bolt EV fast charging, and fuel economy commentary: Today’s Car News

Sean Szymkowski Sep 4, 2018 2019 Honda Insight We take a broader look at the 2019 Honda Insight. GM works to create an ultra-fast charging system for the Chevrolet Bolt EV. We explain how readers can make themselves heard about the EPA's proposed freeze in fuel economy standards. And will electric cars displace hybrid vehicles? All of this and more on Green Car Reports. The 2019 Honda Insight has put the Civic on notice. In fact, we say it's not just a better hybrid,