The assumption that gas prices and the use of alternative vehicles have an inverse relationship (i.e. one goes up, the other goes down and vice versa) is certainly well founded. However, Plug-In American decided to sort the facts from the myths, and their results may surprise you.

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It looks like the Chevy Volt will get almost an 80% increase in all-electric only miles with the 2016 model debut. This article from NGTNews highlights the details…

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Thanks to the folks at Energy Fuse for making it, and to the folks at Electric Car Reports for posting it, see the below link for one SUPER infographic that includes 6 different images about where we stand in the electric vehicle and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) markets in the USA today.

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