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Electric cars are similar to conventional cars in a lot of ways, but not when it comes to recharging or refueling. Gasoline-powered vehicles only have one place to refuel, and that’s a gas station, while electric cars can be recharged at home, at...

Maintaining your EV battery’s “Goldilocks Zone” Electric vehicles are much simpler than conventionally-fueled vehicles. In fact, that’s one of the best things about them. Part of the reason why EVs are simpler is that they don’t have internal...

Differences between Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Electric Vehicle Charging Gasoline and diesel cars have been around for over 100 years, and the industry has developed a robust refueling infrastructure to support the billions of cars that have...

A number of signs are pointing to the fact that we’re only at the tip of the iceberg with regards to EV deployment. Bloomberg New Energy Finance forecasts that the EV market is about to take off, with more than 20 million EV sales expected...

Many new electric car buyers believe that finding charging stations is the most challenging aspect of EV ownership, and that waiting for their car to charge will be an onerous task, because we’ve all been conditioned to refuel our cars by driving...

There are many reasons to consider switching from a gasoline-powered car, to one that’s powered by electricity. Electric vehicles are quieter, cost less to operate and produce far fewer total emissions well to wheel. However, not all electric...

The Solar Impulse Foundation has recognized JuiceNet with its Efficient Solution Label, a mark honoring economically viable solutions dedicated to protecting the environment and making a positive impact on quality of life for all. The...

One of the many benefits of driving an electric vehicle is the ability to “fuel” your EV at home without having to take time out of your day to go to a service station. There are various EV charging levels, however, a 240V Level 2 (or L2)...