Websites We Like
Anybody interested in the EV industry reads CHARGED. Vehicles, Tech, & Infrastructure cover topics in great detail. From in-depth engineering discussions about electrified systems, to charging trends, EVSE installation advice, and new vehicle spotlights. CHARGED has a highly-engaged readership of engineers, executives, fleet managers, and many different prospective buyers of components, systems, EVSE, and new vehicles.
Use the Sierra Club's guide to plug-in electric vehicles to check out individual cars, calculate how much CO2 and money in fueling you'll save, and learn what EV driver incentives exist in your area.
The Official U.S. Government source for fuel economy information. Includes energy consumption and range information on each BEV and PHEV.
California Air Quality Board's website on alternative fueled vehicles.
Veloz is a nonprofit organization with a diverse board and members from key sector companies, agencies and nonprofits. It accelerates the shift to EVs through public-private collaboration, public engagement and policy education innovation, building on the success of the California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative, founded in 2010.
“Electric For All” is the largest multi-stakeholder, multi-million dollar EV public awareness campaign in North America, to reach Californian’s from all walks of life, launching on Facebook, Instagram and other sites where potential new car buyers visit. A comprehensive public awareness campaign planned to inspire consumers throughout the Golden State.
Green Car Reports is the place car shoppers turn to for help deciphering the world of "green" cars. Green Car Reports drives and reviews all green cars, offers advice and tips to consumers, and keeps green-car enthusiasts in touch with the latest news and information they need to make an informed buying decision.
EV World commenced publication officially on January 1, 1998. Our objective, then as now, is to provide a human face to the topic of sustainable transportation with a focus on the people and policy, as well as technology.
EV World relies largely on the voluntary efforts of a small cadre of dedicated EV enthusiasts and professionals who contribute material, information and moral support to the publication.
First published in 1995, and now sent free of charge twice a year to over 19,000 key specifiers and decision-makers throughout the global automotive industry, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International is firmly established as the world’s leading international showcase for technology and innovation in electric, hybrid and fuel-cell vehicle development and manufacture.