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June 10, 2014

UWM campus installs 2 electric vehicle fast-charge stations

The two new DC stations, provided by ABB Inc., will charge electric vehicles in 30 to 90 minutes. These plug-in charge stations will work for the Nissan LEAF and Mitsubishi i-MiEV.


December 10, 2013

Eaton unveils fast charger for electric vehicle market

On a recent demonstration route, HyperCharger recorded an average of eight charges and 240 miles per day utilizing 100% on-route charging.


November 7, 2013

U.K. town to replace buses with driverless pods

Each pod, which has a battery-powered electric motor, can hold up to two people and their luggage and travels just 12 mph.


August 22, 2013

BusCon to feature 4 electric vehicles, panel session

Attendees will have the opportunity to speak directly with exhibitors like Complete Coach Works, Phoenix Motorcars, Proterra and BYD Motors Inc.


August 22, 2011

Portland State U. spotlights electric transportation

Electric Avenue, a two-year research and development project, features seven EV charging stations from six manufacturers, including a quick-charge station, where students and visitors can plug in and charge up electric cars, trucks, bicycles and motorcycles.


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