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Noblesville Fire Dept Checks In with Moto Electric Vehicles

Noblesville Fire Dept Checks In with Moto Electric Vehicles

We got an email today from the Noblesville Fire Dept showing our 3 passenger EMS Rescue Buddy in action at their local High School Football game. According to the Captain, the vehicle was a hit and everyone was impressed with the unit's look and capabilities. Many parents felt as if the city was keeping safety in mind and they liked that the High School was  implementing an EMS Rescue team in stand by just like the college ranks and pro level would. Moto Electric Vehicles is happy to have Noblesville Fire Dept on board as a customer and we look forward to seeing more school's in their area requesting our vehicles!

March 19, 2015

Moto Electric Vehicles' Independence Day Schedule

Moto Electric Vehicles' Independence Day Schedule

Moto Electric Vehicles will close for the Independence Day holiday at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 and re-open for business at 8:30 am on Thursday, July 5, 2012. We wish everyone a safe and fun-filled holiday! Happy Fourth Of July!

March 19, 2015

NRG Energy Back In Court Over California Lawsuit Settlement

NRG Energy Back In Court Over California Lawsuit Settlement

  Just when everyone thought that the decades-long argument between NRG Energy and the State Of California over price inflation for energy    contracts was settled, a new lawsuit has been filed against the energy provider.   Ecotality, a competing provider of electric vehicle charging stations, has filed a lawsuit claiming that the settlement is illegal and hurts consumers.    Ecotality says that the settlement will allow NRG to “become the default provider of charging stations throughout the state” by being “punished” to invest in building and installing its own products.  This, Ecotality claims, will give NRG Energy an unfair advantage in the electric vehicle charging station market. NRG Energy’s response?  "While we were not provided with a copy of the filing, NRG Energy is making a private investment in California that will build an EV infrastructure that will encourage EV adoption in the state and...

March 19, 2015

Moto Electric Vehicles Has The Largest Parts Inventory In The Industry – And Now It’s Live!

Moto Electric Vehicles Has The Largest Parts Inventory In The Industry – And Now It’s Live!

Moto Electric Vehicles has worked hard to assemble the largest parts inventory in the industry for electric vehicles.  Our huge warehouse is filled with all kinds of parts – from tires and brake shoes to accessories like mirrors and gauges.   Most of our parts will also fit Star Car, Cruise Car, Fairplay and Speciality Vehicles. And now our parts system is available live on-line at our website!  Just visit our website at http://www.motoelectricvehicles.com/store/Parts-c884/, find the part you need and request a quote.  Our Parts Department will send you a quote, process your order and ship your parts directly to you! So if you need parts for any of your electric vehicles, call us first.  We should be able to provide you with what you need. Happy Electric Motoring!

March 19, 2015

Electric Vehicle News From "Across The Pond"

Electric Vehicle News From

If you happen to be traveling through Bastingstoke in south central England, and you drive an electric car, you might consider staying at The Hampshire Court Hotel. The POLAR electric vehicle charging network has partnered with Qhotels to install an electric vehicle charging station at the hotel for the use of its patrons. The QHotel group was the recipient of the AA Eco Hotel Group Of The Year award for 2011-2012 for its continued commitment to sustainability and green initiatives. The POLAR network, which is operated by Chargemaster is involved in the deployment of about 4000 charging stations throughout the United Kingdom. For more information, visit http://www.basingstokegazette.co.uk/business/9670554.Electric_cars_recharge_at_The_Hampshire_Court_Hotel/.

March 19, 2015

Dump The Pump

Dump The Pump

For the seventh straight year, Americans will celebrate Dump The Pump Day.  This year, the “holiday” falls on June 21, 2012. Started by the American Public Transportation Association as a way to get more people to ride public transit, the movement urges everyone to avoid buying gasoline for one day to raise awareness of alternative forms of transportation – particularly public transit. APTA says that not only does riding public transportation reduce your individual carbon footprint, but it also can save you money.  In fact, their figures indicate that a household that uses public transportation as a means of downsizing to just one vehicle can save more than $10,000.00 per year! We have an even better suggestion – make every day Dump The Pump Day – and buy a neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV) or low speed electric vehicle (LSV)!  These vehicles are fully electric and if you drive one, you’ll never have to pull up to a gas pump ag...

March 19, 2015

Veterans Help Navy Go Green

Veterans Help Navy Go Green

The website SustainableBusiness.com announced recently that the US Navy, in an effort to reach its goal of reducing its dependence on fossil fuels by 50% over the next decade, will be installing electric vehicle charging stations at some Navy facilities. The Navy has partnered with OpConnect and its distributor, Go EV, which are both minority- and veteran-owned businesses, to install OpConnect Level I and II chargers at Navy facilities in Washington, DC, Indian Head, MD and San Diego, CA. Powered by OpConnect's EV Charging Network, they will be used by service personnel as part of a pilot program to test electric vehicle readiness at Navy facilities. For more information, read the entire article at  http://www.sustainablebusiness.com/index.cfm/go/news.display/id/23502.

March 19, 2015

Pflugerville On The "Green" Map

Pflugerville On The

A “big city” company can take a least partial credit for helping to put the small city of Pflugerville, Texas (a suburb of Austin) on the “green” map. Start-up company Pvillion, based in Brooklyn, New York, recently installed its first custom-built electric vehicle charging station in the Texas city, featuring unique solar technology and design.  Called the “Solar Sail”, the station’s canopy is covered with flexible solar panels that are lightweight and "Solar Sail" only 1/8” thick.  These panels provide the power to the station’s Level I and II electric vehicle chargers, making them completely eco-friendly. The charging station’s architectural design is aesthetically pleasing, and the company claims that, because of the flexible solar panel technology involved, charging stations can be custom built for any location and still provide not only the function of electric vehicle charging but also a struc...

March 18, 2015

NRG Energy Settlement With The State Of California Will Be Good For Electric Vehicle Owners

NRG Energy Settlement With The State Of California Will Be Good For Electric Vehicle Owners

For decades, NRG Energy and the State of California have been involved in a dispute over price inflation for energy contracts.  Now the two parties have reached an agreement and the settlement could be a huge boon for electric vehicle drivers. The agreement will have NRG Energy spend $100 million on fast-charging stations for electric vehicles, new plug-in units and upgrades for chargers.  One-fifth of the new charger installations will take place in low-income neighborhoods. Drivers using the chargers will be able to pay for as few as 15 minutes of charging time and NRG will collect the fees. The settlement also includes $20 million in ratepayer relief. California’s Governor and state regulators have already approved the terms of the agreement; now it is awaiting federal approval. To find out more, please visit http://www.scpr.org/news/2012/04/27/32213/nrg-energy-spend-100-million-electric-vehicle-char/.

March 18, 2015

City Of Tampa Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

City Of Tampa Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Last October, in an effort to become “greener”, the City Of Tampa installed ten electric vehicle charging stations at eight city-owned and operated parking facilities.  The stations provide both Level I (120 Volts) and Level II (240 Volts) charging options. The stations were provided by Coulomb Technologies under their ChargePoint America Program.  The ChargePoint America Program is funded by the American Recovery And Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and the equipment was provided to the City at no cost.  In exchange for the charging stations, the City will participate in a monitoring program by the US Department Of Energy through the end of 2013. Initially, Tampa will not charge a service fee for the stations’ use, but motorists will be required to pay for parking, as the stations are installed at City parking garages and surface lots. To learn more, visit the City Of Tampa’s website at http://www.tampagov.net/dept_parking/Programs_and_services/elec...

March 18, 2015