While we mostly drive less than 40 miles a day, we buy a car based on all of our needs, like the far-too-infrequent beach trip with our girlfriends. Long EV trips are easier than ever with new technology and easy-to-use route planning apps!
A decade ago, I witnessed the birth of the EV industry alongside 8 other female colleagues in a supportive incubator-type environment. Many of us now work in different parts of the EV industry and I’m convinced we need more!
It is tough to find the silver lining of a terrible pandemic, but we all need to be on our A game to more effectively halt climate change.
If you’re thinking about buying an EV, but a new car seems like a fairytale, then purchasing a used EV may be a great alternative. Here are some things to consider.
Here are some great tips to saving even MORE money with your EV. Personally, my favorite is finding free charging.
Finding an industry cheerleader that ‘gets’ you is arguably as important as your credentials. This blog makes the case for why we should all be “Jennifer’s” for each other.
We all love a great deal, so here are three tips on how to enhance your savings on a new (or used) electric vehicle.
Misinformation seems more common than not these days, so I want to set the record straight on some common EV myths.
We know the solutions to halt foot pain and reduce air pollution: stop wearing terrible shoes and stop driving cars that use gas. But can we?
Providing previously unpublished gender segmented research, this white paper identifies a core constraint for future EV adoption – women. Until we make EVs more appealing to the largest vehicle consumer, we can’t effectively decarbonize transportation.