Learn how colleagues, Valerie and Rachel, transitioned to EVs from the energy efficiency sector and why owning EVs informs their work with customers every day.
Moving from centralized gas stations to distributed charging may increase convenience, but also introduces new consumer safety risks. Learn how we can address women’s concerns proactively.
Change is hard, but with more empowered ladies engaged in the energy transition, Molly is confident we’ll be able to deploy climate solutions at scale. Learn more about her EV journey.
According to a 2022 Consumer Reports survey, women are still less likely to buy an EV then men. This article digs into four women’s experiences so far with the #1 EV brand in the U.S. – Tesla.
To celebrate a 28th wedding anniversary, this guest article from Sharon Talbott describes the happy couple’s road trip and takeaways in their all-electric car through hot deserts and mountains.
In a very personal article, learn more about my EV ‘eureka moment’ and where I find my wellspring of energy – in a remote town in southeast Alaska.
Making an EV purchasing decision can be tough – even for an expert! This guest article from Stacy Noblet describes her experience test driving a Kia Niro and her EV career.
As more EVs hit the roads, many things will need to evolve. How can we take advantage of this transition to have a positive impact on our communities? Here is one idea.
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.