By Arianna Brocious, NET News
Only a few hundred cars in Nebraska are fully electric, but the number is on the rise—along with the number of places those cars can charge up. Some Nebraska towns are hoping that makes it easier for electric car drivers to leave town. Click here to read more.
Don Cox, Tesla enthusiast who teaches an electric vehicle class at UNL. More than 370,000 orders have already been placed for Tesla’s next car, the more affordable Model 3, which won’t even hit the road until late this year.
Anne McCollister, co-founder of the nonprofit Nebraska Community Energy Alliance. With funding from the Nebraska Environmental Trust, McCollister’s group has helped 27 communities and partners around the state install electric car charging stations.
Credit for both photos: Arianna Brocious
Included with the article: Tesla map of Nebraska charging stations
Nebraska Community Energy Alliance’s Website
MORE EV LINKS
- Charged EVs Magazine
- Charge Up Midwest
- Clean Cities Network
- Electric Auto Association
- Electric Drive Transportation Association
- EV Everywhere – U.S. Department of Energy
- EV Everywhere Workplace Charging Challenge
- EV World
- Fully Charged Show
- Green Car Congress
- Green Car Reports
- National Drive Electric Week 2017
- Plug In America
- Plug In Cars
- Sierra Club’s Go Electric Campaign
- Solar Charged Driving