As the electric vehicle market matures, new ways are appearing to help ease concerns over dreaded range anxiety around electric car ownership.
The vast majority of electric vehicle owners love their vehicles, according to a big California survey. The one issue that popped up a lot: Yep, range.
A survey by Consumer Reports finds that as cars that plug in enter the market, 87 percent of consumers have some concern about them, led by range anxiety.
Stanford scientists have designed a system using magnetic fields to transmit current which may lead to a highway that charges cars as they cruise down the road.
A Deloitte global survey finds consumers expect a lot more from electric vehicles than they can currently deliver when it comes to range and charging time.
Australia’s first fast-charging station goes in at Mitsubishi’s Adelaide headquarters, despite the company’s skepticism about the need for public charging.
An Indiana company says the way to extend EV range is with a self-powered trailer that carries a generator and batteries. And it’s going to build the thing.
Eaton car chargers are going into the familiar environment of gas stations, hoping to ease consumers’ “range anxiety” with electric vehicles.