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Weekly Radar (February 19 - February 25)

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February 29, 2024

Each week, our team curates a selection of news articles, expert insights, and innovations related to electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, and the broader clean energy landscape. Whether you're an EV enthusiast, an industry professional, or simply curious about the future of transportation, our Weekly Radar will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the most relevant and engaging topics. Stay connected, stay informed, and join us on this electrifying journey towards a greener future.

  • Tesla Spotted Filming At Superchargers With Non-Tesla EVs ( --> Beginning with Ford's announcement of moving to Tesla's North American Charging Standard (NACS)—officially known as SAE J3400—last year, automakers began signaling their support for the charging port in droves. By the end of the year, nearly every major automaker with an EV on the planning board had made a similar announcement.
  • National parks with the most EV charging stations ( --> With 132 EV chargers located in 22 national parks across the country, visitors can easily enjoy many of America’s public lands in an electric vehicle. Certain parks have only one or two charging stations, but others can have as many as six, with multiple chargers often available at each. The chargers themselves can vary, too; some national parks have Level 2 chargers, while others offer DC Fast chargers for visitors to use.
  • Rivian Opening Its Own Charging Network to All EVs - CleanTechnica --> Rivian is following in Tesla’s footsteps with its decision to open its public charging network to all electric vehicles (EVs) later this year. The announcement came in the company’s latest letter to shareholders, outlining plans to expand access to the Rivian Adventure Network (RAN).
  • Revoy says EV add-on boosts truck efficiency up to 35 MPG ( --> Revoy announced the launch of the Revoy EV, an add-on for fleets that enables diesel tractors to convert into hybrids or full EVs without alterations to trucks or trailers. Revoy says that its technology improves fuel efficiency from 6-8 MPG to 20-35 MPG, representing a 70-90% reduction in emissions. The company adds that adding a Revoy EV to a tractor enables fleets to save thousands of dollars in fuel per truck annually, inclusive of Revoy fees.

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