Archive for February, 2011

02.25.2011 - by Mary Kathryn Campbell
West Coast Libraries Get EV Guide

Plug In America has mailed copies of its consumer resource guide, “Charged Up & Ready To Roll: The Definitive Guide To Plug-in Electric Vehicles” to every public library in California, Washington and Oregon. The states that will see the most new EVs and PHEVs in the coming year now have

02.21.2011 - by Mary Kathryn Campbell
The Road Ahead: Accelerating EV Production

As I write this, at least two of Plug In America’s co-founders have taken possession of their new Nissan Leaf electric cars, and three drive Tesla Roadsters. Other drivers are steering new Chevy Volt plug-in hybrids on the roads. More are being delivered every day. Is Plug In America’s work

02.14.2011 - by Richard Kelly
A Day in the LEAF

“I read the news today, oh boy About a lucky man who made the grade” On the verge of coming down with a cold, it was a pleasant surprise to hear from Tim Gallagher, Nissan’s West Coast Communications Manager. He gave me the news that I could borrow a LEAF

02.10.2011 - by Richard Kelly
Volt? What Volt?

Perhaps taking their cue from the historic events taking place in Egypt, the members of the Chevrolet Volt Customer Advisory Board (CAB) are staging a mini-revolt of their own. Chelsea Sexton shared this with us: “Just a funny little diversion, but a few of you might enjoy it. The Volt

02.07.2011 - by Mary Kathryn Campbell
Reaching Out to Auto Dealers

In some ways, it’s a bit premature to be reaching out to auto dealers, since most of them aren’t yet selling electric vehicles (EVs) or plug-in hybrids (PHEVs). On the other hand, now is the time to let them know that Plug In America can help them succeed when they