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Category: Electric Vehicles

From electrifying her home to electrifying her community

Meet Shannon of Portland, Oregon. She started with upgrading her own home, and now works with Electrify PDX to help other Portland residents make the switch to reap the benefits …

An EV renter turned EV owner

With all the news around Hertz ditching their supply of electric vehicles (EVs), getting behind the wheel and experiencing an EV firsthand can have a big impact.  Rental cars are …

New year, new rules, and new electric cars

This week’s blog comes from the desk of Stuart Gardner, Generation180’s Senior Program Director of Electrify Your Life. Electric vehicle (EV) sales knocked it out of the park in 2023, …

EV neighbors turn into EV owners

This case study originally appeared in our 2023 Report: Your Influence Matters: Peer Influence and EV Adoption, which shows how an individual’s personal influence really matters when it comes to …

Living fossil fuel-free, with an EV

This case study originally appeared in our 2023 Report: Your Influence Matters: Peer Influence and EV Adoption, which shows how an individual’s personal influence really matters when it comes to …

LAUSD paves the way for electrifying K-12 school vehicle fleets

As the second largest school district in the United States serving nearly half a million students, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is leading the K-12 education sector in electrifying …

When Should I Buy an EV?

This post was written by Matt Turner, Creative Manager at Generation180. It originally ran on December 1, 2021. When we got our first electric vehicle (a used 2016 Volkswagen e-Golf) …

Charging Up with ChargerHelp!

In honor of Women’s History Month, we wanted to celebrate women in the clean energy industry who are helping accelerate EV adoption. We sat down with Samantha Ortega, Government Relations …

Virginia’s transition to electric vehicles is well under way

We talk a lot about electric vehicles at Generation180. While the average daily commute is less than fifty miles, transportation remains the number one source of carbon emissions in the …

Generation180 at the Washington DC Auto Show

Generation180 hosted Ask an EV Owner events this past weekend at the Washington DC Auto Show.  We initiated conversations about common misconceptions, highlighted benefits, and demystified EV ownership with our …