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U.S. EV Sales Ended 2023 At 1.1 Million
Plug-in electric car sales in the United States significantly increased in 2023, reaching a new record volume and market share.
Carbon Brief offers a raft of resources to debunk misinformation about EVs
Here at Charged, we don’t devote much time to debunking anti-EV misinformation—the enemies of the future flood the zone with FUD 24/7, and responding to even a fraction of it might leave no time for anything else. However, a recent article in Carbon Brief is so comprehensive and well-researched that we just had to bring it to your attention.
Hyundai unveils sporty new Kona Electric N Line with bold design elements
The all-electric Hyundai Kona EV is getting the sporty N Line treatment. Hyundai unveiled the new Kona Electric N Line with stylish design upgrades.
Here’s how – and why – EVs and solar are connected
EV owners are more likely to add solar panels to their homes, according to a new US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) study – here’s why.
Honda CEO: Solid-state batteries may enable affordable small EV by 2030
Honda built its original reputation around affordable small cars like its Civic. Yet decades on, segueing into an era of EVs, it has no battery-electric equivalent to the Civic. As Honda’s global CEO alluded this past week in a Q&A with Green Car Reports and various automotive and tech media at CES, it doesn’t see how the parallel pencils out quite yet.