Espin Partners With Klarna to Offer Financing for Electric Bikes

  • Emma Sandler
  • April 27, 2017
Espin eBikes partnered with Klarna, an e-commerce payment solutions company, making it possible to now obtain financing for an electric bike. San Francisco-based Espin, which was founded in 2015, began selling its ebikes in January 2017. Espin currently offers four bike options that retail for $1,888 each. With Klarna, a purchaser can now opt for financing […]

OEMs May Look for Other Finance Incentives as EV Tax Credit Ends

  • Emma Sandler
  • April 25, 2017
What will happen to sales and financing of electric vehicles when the $7,500 tax incentive from the U.S. government begins to phase out? This is a question currently on the minds of a few major OEMs, including Tesla, Nissan Motors Co., and General Motors Co. The federal tax incentive, which has been in place since […]

Hevo Aims to Catapult Electric and Autonomous Vehicle Adoption

  • Emma Sandler
  • April 17, 2017
Hevo Power aims to be the catalyst for EV adoption by making its wireless electric vehicle charging universally applicable to all vehicles. There are many problems currently associated with owning an electric vehicle, from the plug-in hazards, battery power capacity, and plug-in conversion issues. Hevo aims to solve them all, Founder Jeremy McCool told Mobility Buzz. By […]

Visionary Transportation Sketches Plans to Develop Electric SUVs, Rockets

  • Emma Sandler
  • March 21, 2017
Visionary Transportation has big plans for the next few years, including the development of an electric SUV prototype, Mobility Buzz as learned. And that’s not all the startup has planned. Shortly after the SUV prototype is developed, Visionary Transportation will begin research and development on a 15-foot electric rocket for cargo, and it even has grander […]

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Europe, North America to Drive Rapid EV Adoption

  • Emma Sandler
  • February 10, 2017
With sales of electric vehicles growing rapidly, carmakers have a growing incentive to streamline the EV charging experience by making them as commonplace as gas stations. This week, several companies have partnered together, and even a bill in Seattle has been introduced to allow private companies and public utilities to work together to install charging […]
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