Electric Vehicle Chargers

Posts by PKacsinta

Cadillac ELR Wrongly Priced from the Start

By on May 20, 2015 in Electric Vehicles |

Electric vehicles have been growing in popularity, so much so that every car manufacturer is dedicating showroom space for the next generation of vehicles. Certain automakers, like Nissan, Tesla, and BMW, have hit home runs with their respective electrified fleets. Others, not so much. Among the car companies that have whiffed – Cadillac, particularly with its...

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Jump Start Your Business at Santa Clara University

By on May 18, 2015 in Economy |

The California Program for Entrepreneurship (CAPE) at Santa Clara University, now in its sixth year, is able to offer space for up to 45 participants in a new format of 7 weekends to better suit busy schedules. CAPE is a 6-month FREE program for early-stage entrepreneurs who seek a dynamic and rigorous schedule in which to learn the fundamentals of starting and...

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Sunspeed in Silicon Valley Over the Weekend

By on May 14, 2015 in Company News, Electric Vehicles |

Richard Sachen, CEO of Sunspeed Enterprises, will address the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Electric Auto Association this Saturday, May 16 at 10 a.m. from the HP Auditorium in Palo Alto, Calif. Sachen will speak on the need for more public EV charging sites, and update the EV community on the company’s latest happenings, specifically investing opportunities...

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April Plug-in Sales – Tesla Number One

By on May 7, 2015 in Electric Vehicles |

Monthly plug-in sales have become predictable with the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S in strong control of the top two positions. For April, it was the Silicon Valley upstart that took home first place with 1,700 units. The Nissan Leaf moved a respectable 1,553, although this number is slightly down from March.  According to Charged EVs, total plug-in sales for the...

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