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Installing Level 2 Charging in a Multi-family Residential Building in Knoxville, Tennessee

By Robert Cole, a DET member. A gallery of photos from the installation is shown below, and a table is provided that includes numerous documents related to his installation. When you live in a multi-family residential building (condominium, apartment complex, etc), adding the ability to charge your car at home
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10 Incredible Things that Happened in the Electric Car Industry in 2021

The electric car industry saw a lot of changes last year. From the prices of electric vehicles to the number of people driving EVs on the roads, 2021 was an exciting year for the electrified car space. The future of electric transportation has never looked so clear.  Here are ten

Blink Charging launches seven next-generation electric vehicle charging products

With seven new products spanning home, fleet, multifamily and retail charging, Blink is providing the industry’s only complete, end-to-end solution for the EV ecosystem and addressing critical EV charging infrastructure needs. Blink Charging Co. (Nasdaq: BLNK, BLNKW) (“Blink” or the “Company”), a leading owner and operator of electric vehicle (EV) charging

Webinar Recap: Ford for Fleets: F-150 Lightning, e-Transit & Blue Oval City

On Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, Drive Electric TN hosted the “Ford for Fleets: F-150 Lightning, e-Transit & Blue Oval City” webinar with two representatives from Ford, James Morgan and Nathan Gyori. Over 70 people attended this virtual event and asked questions to the Ford representatives. This webinar served as an

Enterprising Black women disrupt the electric vehicle industry

Over the past decade, the electric vehicle ownership trends have remained relatively the same. In a study conducted by Fuels Institute in 2019, it was found that middle-aged white men were the top demographic in EV ownership. The National Center for Sustainable Transportation and the University of California found in