Midwest Plans to Revamp Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

Midwest Plans to Revamp Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

By Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer The governors of five midwestern states — Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin — have teamed up to create a new charging station network for electric vehicles. This measure is called REV Midwest (the Regional Electric Vehicle Midwest Coalition) and intends to help the midwestern economy decrease vehicle emissions. […]

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VW Seeks to Be Carbon Neutral In Production of Its EV

VW Seeks to Be Carbon Neutral In Production of Its EV

After its emissions cheating scandal last year, Volkswagen is looking to change its image, first announcing a new push for electric vehicles and now pledging to make the production of its first electric model carbon neutral.  That equates to reducing its emissions by 1 million tons of carbon dioxide a year, which is a good thing because according to GreenCarCongress.com, “the production of an electric vehicle currently generates significantly more CO2 than that of cars with a combustion engine—around 150% on average.” 

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