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The History of EVs: A Charge Into the New Millennium

For many years, electric vehicles served as an answer to a crisis. Electric autos were popular in times of oil shortage, but as the hysteria faded, so did the interest in electric alternatives to gasoline. Unfortunately, the 1990’s wouldn’t usher in large scale adoption of electric automobiles, but it would give momentum to the cause brightening the future of EVS.

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The History of EVs: A Future Paved From Past Ideas

It was the beginning of the 20th century and the second wave of the Industrial Revolution was taking place in the United States. Changes in traditional thinking lead to disruptive innovations altering the course of history. Advancements in vehicle manufacturing would fuel the disruption caused by the automobile while forever changing the world’s concept of mobility.

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Bosch announces faster charging,plug-in installation electric vehicle charging stations for North America

A leader in residential electric vehicle charging, Bosch announces the Power Max 2 and Power Max 2Plus, its newest 240-volt, Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The new stations will offer 30-amp, 7.2kW and 40-amp, 9.6kW configurations for faster EV charging and use the SAE J1772 standard connector, found on most EVs sold in North America.

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The History of EVs:Early Growth and Adoption

The early 1900’s began a growth period for electric vehicles. Electric cars were in their heyday, accounting for about one-third of all vehicles on the road and yielding strong sales well into the new century. EVs held the land speed record and were becoming more esteemed and accepted in society

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The History of EVs:The Dawn of Disruption

Electric vehicles have a deeply rooted history beginning in the humblest of 19th-century workshops and continuing on into the modern technology driven era. Important events provided insight into electric vehicles and their contributions towards putting the world on wheels.

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How to Install Your Charging Station

 This week’s topic is charging station installation. We are going to explore some of the how to  elements required as you are looking to install your charging station at your home .Below we’ve outlined a few steps that will walk you through installing your Bosch charging station. 

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EVs Defined: The Different Types and Their Advantages

You’ve begun the process of searching for your future EV, but you’ve come across confusing terms. HEV, PHEV, and BEV - which one best suits your needs? We’ll walk you through the different types of electric vehicles and highlight the advantages and disadvantages of each. 

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Finding the Right Charging Station

So you bought your first electric vehicle and you still need to buy a charging station for your home, but you have no idea where to start. You may be asking what’s the difference between a charger and charging station. We’ll tackle that in a future post and focus on helping you find the right charging station for your vehicle. 

Knowing some of the key concerns while shopping for a charging station will allow you to hit the ground running and find the best fit for you.

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Electric vehicle manufacturers approve EVoReel® EV charge cable management system for automotive dealer equipment programs

  • EVoReel system available now through the Nissan TECH-MATE program
  • EVoReel keeps EV charging cables off the ground, prolonging life and preventing damage and trip hazards
  • EVoReel by EVoCharge is recommended by leading EV cha

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North American Commercial property owners to reduce electric vehicle charging station installation costs with new Bosch Power Xpress Dual Bollard

  • The Power Xpress Dual Bollard features two 25-foot cables to maximize space and provide extended reach for electric vehicle (EV) drivers
  • Galvanized steel bollard, durable plastic cover and NEMA 4X-rated charging station offers extreme weather protection and may eliminate the need for additional protective

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