Month: May 2021

The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport might be based upon the Ford Escape, but it’s far more cheeky and fun than its urban sibling. Like recent Jeeps and the larger Bronco, the Bronco Sport hides some Easter eggs. Bronco Chief Designer Paul Wraith told Motor Authority ahead of the reveal of the Bronco and Bronco Sport
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Sandy Munro re-examines his views on whether or not Tesla has as much of a lead on its competition now that he took a close look at Tesla’s competitors in Ford Mustang Mach-E and VW ID.4. OUR SPONSOR: ❤️ XPENG MOTORS – Follow China’s leading smart EV automaker on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/XpengMotorsGlobal My P7 video:
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Originally published on the NRDC Expert Blog. John Bowman, Managing Director, Government Affairs Not every White House budget proposal captures the promise of a brighter future for every American. Biden’s proposal does. President Biden took the first formal step toward wedding climate action to equitable recovery on Friday, rolling out a 2022 budget proposal that funds
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Mercedes-Benz has recently received a significant order for 54 all-electric eCitaro buses from Basler Verkehrs-Betriebe (BVB), a 125-year-old Swiss company that electrifies its fleet in Basel. Following a tender and intensive testing of several vehicles, BVB has ordered a total of 64 electric buses, out of which 54 will be eCitaro (38 standard length and
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In Charged’s home state of Florida, two separate proposals to impose special taxes on EV drivers were narrowly defeated in the legislature’s recent session. The latest battleground is Texas, where the legislature is considering an EV tax of up to $400 per year, which would be the highest rate in the US. (According to the
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On Wednesday, the Senate Finance Committee advanced the Clean Energy for America Act making a few tweaks from earlier proposals. Changes include raising the federal EV tax rebate ceiling to $12,500 and opening the door for automakers who already exhausted their production quotas. It’s good news for General Motors, which recently begged the government for just
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AMPLY Power offers managed charging services to operators of EV fleets. Its newest customer is the Palermo Union Elementary School District in Northern California. AMPLY helped to secure funding from the Butte County Air Quality Management District, and local utility PG&E provided charger rebates and “make ready” EVSE incentives, eliminating the need for any upfront
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