Driving an electric vehicle in the Southwest can be an adventure of unwanted proportions....at least in terms of time spent. For everybody but Tesla owners, rapid charging stations are currently only available in a few cities. Outside of Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas, Albuquerque and some parts of California, it's tough to go anywhere without spending … Continue reading More EV Rapid Charging Coming To The Southwest
Diesel engines have long dominated EcoMotoring in Europe, but more stringent emissions standards combined with mass production of lithium batteries may be changing the game. It's well known that lithium batteries are the wave of the future for developing a more robust electric car infrastructure. Today, it was announced that lithium is at an all … Continue reading Will Dropping EV Prices Displace European Diesels?
"Too many moving parts" has gone from something gearheads and engineers would say to a common expression. Whenever something is complex and difficult to keep going, people describe it that way. Recent developments in internal combustion engines are continuing the trend of using less fuel to get more power while making lower emissions, but this … Continue reading Internal Combustion’s Complexity Problem May Hand The Victory To Electric Vehicles
Net Neutrality is a big topic on the internet right now. The FCC is considering voting to allow internet service providers (ISPs) to interfere with your internet access, and even demand payment from websites to be visible to their subscribers. Some don't seem to understand the danger this poses, so let's look at how things … Continue reading Net Neutrality and the Electric Car