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New research from AAA finds that dramatic temperatures outside coupled with the use of an HVAC system to heat up or cool down the interior result in reduced driving range for electric vehicles.

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Battery-Electric Vehicles for 2019

Commercial fleets with a sustainability mission or government fleets with green vehicle mandates turn to electrified vehicles to meet their mission. Here's a closer look at the battery-electric vehicles available in the 2019 model year.

VW Plans 27 Electric Vehicles by 2022

Volkswagen provided additional details about its aggressive electric-vehicle initiative at an event in Germany on Monday, where the automaker said it will produce 27 battery EVs on an affordable platform by 2022.

Chevrolet Volt Nearly Halves Charge Time

The 2019 Chevrolet Volt’s new charging system is designed to cut recharging times nearly in half by adding about twice the all-electric driving range per hour of charge.

GSA Seeking EV Charging Infrastructure

The General Services Administration has extended a request for information for electric vehicle charging station equipment to Jan. 8 so it can receive additional contractor input.

Conn. Offering Grants for Fleet ZEV Adoption

Connecticut is providing $1 million in state grant funding to encourage government fleets to add zero-emission vehicles and EV charging infrastructure, and encourage consumers to purchase battery-electric vehicles with rebates.

Group to Streamline Access to EV Charging

BMW and Nissan have formed a coalition with three EV charging network that would allow a driver to use a single EV charging network account to access CarCharging/Blink, ChargePoint, and NRG EVgo stations.