Archive for October, 2017


Drive Electric Ohio Gets Consumers Behind Wheel of Electric Vehicles, Educates Public

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

Following completion of 11 successful events during National Drive Electric Week (NDEW), Drive Electric Ohio (DEO), an initiative of Clean Fuels Ohio, is moving into a new phase. The program will leverage momentum from NDEW events by building locally based EV education and advocacy groups, and supporting them with training, information, local policy and connections.


Wisconsin Group Buy Project Leads to Vow to Only Buy Electric Vehicles

Friday, October 20th, 2017

Carl and Lynne Strasburg of McFarland, Wisconsin were not in the market to purchase a new vehicle, but a story in their local newspaper about the REV UP WISCONSIN group buy program changed all of that.


North Dakota Should Join Neighbors to Make I-94 Friendlier for Electric Vehicles

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

As more and more of the world’s automakers turn to electric vehicles, will North Dakota be left behind? While there are some pioneering motorists with plug-in vehicles in the state, the number of publicly accessible electric vehicle charging stations is just seven, according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuel Data Center. Only Alaska has fewer charging stations, with six.


So You’re Thinking of Buying an Electric Vehicle? Here Are Some Things to Consider

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

There are a wide variety of benefits to driving an electric vehicle, but one of the most pressing on people’s minds is cost. To start, let’s look at the annual fuel costs in Michigan for different types of vehicles.