Fisker showed off its upcoming affordable urban electric car. A study has sounded the alarm about the reliability of fast charging. One senator’s “expensive” EV proved to be the cheapest EV on the market, which helps illustrate the point. Higher coal prices are helping to clean up the grid.this and more, here Green Car Report.

Interior sketches of the Fisker Pear city EV show that the electric automaker plans to make the most of interior space and exterior visibility in the $29,900 Ohio-built EV that will have a range of up to 310 miles.

Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow’s ‘expensive’ EV reportedly driven by a sub-$30,000 Chevrolet Bolt EUV — despite a major news outlet’s misrepresentation, she managed to highlight EV’s savings .

A California study pointed to some serious reliability issues with the DC fast-charging infrastructure in one of the largest U.S. electric vehicle markets. It underscores that the network’s definition of hardware uptime can be very different from reality.

This summer, electric vehicles may get cleaner along with the grid. The U.S. EIA expects that rising coal and natural gas prices will cause the grid mix to lean more toward renewables in the coming months.


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