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May 06 2023
‘We were locked in’: How Celtics stayed poised to overcome electric 76ers crowd in Game 3 win
The Celtics star wasn’t on the court moments before Friday night’s Game 3 here at Wells Fargo Arena. Not even Joel Embiid’s MVP ceremony made him stray from his usual regimen, when he goes to the back of the arena after the final pregame buzzer sounds and before the national anthem is played. “Nothing different today,” Tatum said. “I could hear it. They had it on the TV and I saw it.” TheBoston Herald
Apr 13 2023
GreenPower Motor Secures $15M Order for Electric School Buses in West VirginiaMarketWatch
Apr 17 2023
Algonquin Power, American Electric Mutually End $2.65B Kentucky Asset Sale
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. and American Electric Power Co. have agreed to terminate the $2.65 billion acquisition of the Kentucky assets. On Monday, the Canadian renewable energy and utility company said its indirect subsidiary Liberty Utilities Co. came to a mutual agreement with American Electric Power to terminate the stock purchase agreement for Kentucky Power Co. and AEPMarketWatch
Mar 24 2023
Chicago to debut first commercial electric air taxi route
CHICAGO (NewsNation) — Chicagoans may soon be able to fly over airport traffic on their way downtown. In two years, Chicago will become the debut city for the first commercial electric air taxi route, according to a joint press release by Archer Aviation Inc. and United Airlines. Archer and United announced plans to launch the commercial electric air taxi service on Thursday, saying they choseNewsNation
Mar 31 2023
Many electric vehicles to lose big tax credit with new rules
Fewer new electric vehicles will qualify for a full $7,500 federal tax credit later this year, and many will get only half that, under rules proposed Friday by the U.S. Treasury Department.
The rules, required under last year’s Inflation Reduction Act, are likely to slow consumer acceptance of electric vehicles and could delay President Joe Biden’s ambitious goal that half of newAssociated Press
Apr 13 2023
GreenPower Shares Rise in Toronto, New York on $15M Electric School Bus Order
GreenPower Motor Co. shares were trading higher in Toronto and New York after the company said it received a $15 million order for its electric school buses.
At 10 a.m. ET, shares in Toronto were trading 11% higher at 3.34 Canadian dollars ($2.48) and more than 12% higher in New York at $2.53.MarketWatch
Apr 05 2023
Long hauler: Ram's electric pickup will go 500 miles between charges
The Ram 1500 REV can go the distance.
Ram's first electric pickup will be able to drive 500 miles between battery charges when it goes on sale next year.
That figure is 100 miles more than any other electric pickup on the horizon promises.Fox News (Online News)
Mar 16 2023
Oregon halts electric vehicle rebates due to demand, money
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon will temporarily suspend rebates for buying or leasing an electric vehicle for a year starting in May because too many people are applying and the program is running out of money, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported Thursday. A growing number of Oregonians are buying or leasing electric vehicles, with over 60,600 registered in the state. The Oregon Department ofMidland Reporter Telegram
Mar 02 2023
Mississippi lawmakers move to restrict electric car dealerships
Electric car makers would be barred from opening new dealerships in the Mississippi unless they abide by the same rules as gas-powered car dealers, under a law passed in the state’s senate Thursday. Tesla only operates at one facility in the Magnolia State, but it is classified as a store, not a dealership. That allows the electric auto maker to sell directly to customers and not through aNew York Daily News
Mar 02 2023
Mississippi passes bill restricting electric car dealerships
Republican Sen. Daniel Sparks of Belmont, explains the essence of a bill that would place new restrictions on car manufacturers for opening brick-and-mortar car dealerships, in the Chamber at the Mississippi Capitol in Jackson, Thursday, March 2, 2023. The bill, which passed, sparked an intraparty debate among Republican lawmakers, with opponents arguing it would stop electric car makers fromAssociated Press