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Electricity is powering electric vehicles but it’s also transforming business operations across a growing number of industries. From airports to seaport loading docks, electrification is happening across the country. It is empowering companies to make significant cost and energy savings, all while decreasing their environmental impact.
As a society, we have just scratched the surface of electricity’s potential as a fuel. The environmental benefits, cost savings and increases in productivity are virtually limitless. Electricity is helping America regain our independence by reducing our reliance on foreign oil.
Above all else, driving is a visceral experience, and electricity improves everything about it. When you get behind the wheel of an EV for the first time, you sense that something is different. You start the car, yet you don’t hear anything. But it’s when you press the pedal on the right—which, by the way, is called the accelerator or “go pedal”, not the gas—that you really feel the difference.
Sarah Olexsak works to increase plug-in electric vehicle charging access across the country as part of the Department of Energy’s EV Everywhere Workplace Charging Challenge. Prior to establishing the...Read More >>
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Patty Durand is the Executive Director for the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative, a consumer focused non-profit aiming to promote the understanding and benefits of modernized electrical systems among all...Read More >>