With motorists hitting the road for the Labor Day weekend facing gas prices expected to set a four-year high, you can see what’s driving more and more people to go electric.
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What would happen if millions of Minnesotans ditched gasoline and started to drive on cleaner, cheaper electricity?
California’s investor-owned utilities want to install approximately $55 million worth of charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) at public schools, state parks and beaches — allowing people to plug-in when they’re hitting the books, the trail, or the beach.
Bipartisanship may be an endangered species in D.C., but it is alive in Colorado, where Senators Kevin Priola (R) and Angela Williams (D) were the prime sponsors of legislation that aimed to give Coloradans access to cleaner, cheaper, transportation fuels.
Experts agree we must massively increase energy efficiency savings to help avert the worst impacts of climate change.