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Explore the Cars and Discounts | Green Energy Consumers

Cars Details: Explore the Cars and Discounts. How it works: Explore the car models and current Drive Green dealer discounts. Sign up to connect with dealers of your choice and test-drive if desired. Buy or lease your new ride with a Drive Green discount by the listed expiration date.

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Drive Green | Meet the cars

Cars Details: Tesla Model 3. Due to high demand and a sales model that differs from the traditional car dealership, Tesla is not participating in our program. The Massachusetts State rebate program, MOR-EV, applies to electric vehicles under $50,000. Most Model 3s will be eligible to receive the MOR-EV rebate unless the model runs over $50,000.

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Drive Green | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Babette. Chevy Volt. I just recently combined two of Green Energy Consumers' programs: 1) signed up for Green Powered 100% and 2) leased a Chevy Volt via the Drive Green program. I was driving and it occurred to me that by combining these two great programs, we were driving on the wind.

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Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: You may have seen recent headlines about whole countries and major cities setting deadlines to phase-out gas-powered cars, and states like California…. Learn more. Donate for consumer-driven climate action Learn more.

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Learn About Electric Cars | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Babette. Chevy Volt. I just recently combined two of Green Energy Consumers' programs: 1) signed up for Green Powered 100% and 2) leased a Chevy Volt via the Drive Green program. I was driving and it occurred to me that by combining these two great programs, we were driving on the wind.

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Drive Green | Meet the cars

Cars Details: Compare the cars. Current State: MA RI Other. New Pre-owned. This tool exists to help you find pre-owned electric vehicles available in your area and get connected with dealers. There are no discounts offered on pre-owned EVs through Drive Green. Because of COVID-19, many dealers are taking precautions to protect their staff and customers by

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Phasing out gas-powered cars, here and around the world

Cars Details: In the months since California Governor Gavin Newsom announced by executive order that the state would phase out the sale of gasoline-powered cars by 2035, the world has changed.. The Biden Administration is ready to pull all the levers of federal power to support domestic electric vehicle production, including R&D, tax, trade, and investment policies.

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Buying A Pre-Owned Electric Car | Green Energy Consumers

Cars Details: Electric cars offer many benefits, including a lower carbon footprint, smooth and quiet acceleration, and zero noxious tailpipe emissions, to name a few. Buying pre-owned allows you to enjoy the perks of going electric without the high upfront cost of a new car. In fact, buying a pre-owned electric car may be one of the most cost-effective ways to own any car!

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Why efficiency matters for electric cars

Cars Details: The trend speaks for itself – electric cars aren’t just marginally more efficient than gasoline-powered cars, they blow them out of the water. Granted, many of the most popular gasoline-powered cars are all-wheel drive or much larger than the most popular electric and hybrid cars, which cuts into their performance.

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"ICE" Ban? Phasing out gas cars | Green Energy Consumers

Cars Details: You may have seen recent headlines about whole countries and major cities setting deadlines to phase-out gas-powered cars, and states like California following suit. But how do these phase-outs or “ICE (internal combustion engine) bans” work? Join us on February 25th at noon to get the full picture. Featuring:

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Pre-Owned EVs | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Used cars are better for the environment. Manufacturing a new car releases carbon emissions, whether it’s electric or gasoline-powered. By purchasing a pre-owned car, you’re giving a second life to a vehicle that has already been produced, so the emissions have been accounted for. Buying a pre-owned EV is the greenest way you can own a car.

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Looking for an electric SUV? Here’s what’s coming.

Cars Details: In the United States car market, big cars rule. In April 2020, crossovers, pickups, and SUVs together made up 70% of new vehicle sales in the “light” vehicle market. 70%! As we work to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), it’s clear that we need competitive EVs in these segments.

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Electric Vehicles 101 | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Curious about getting an electric car, but not sure where to start? Join us for our popular Electric Vehicles 101 webinar to learn the basics! We'll cover environmental and consumer benefits, information about batteries and charging, state and federal incentives, and have plenty of time to answer all of your questions.

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5 things I learned from buying a used electric car

Cars Details: Due to the popularity of certain electric luxury sedans and SUVs, electric cars have the reputation of being expensive and inaccessible to most consumers. In reality, many new EV models are priced around what the average car-buyer is paying for a new car in the U.S. these days (i.e. $37,000) even before federal and state incentives.

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Local Efforts Underway to Boot Gas-Powered Cars | Green

Cars Details: Panelist of transportation experts discuss the introduction of electric vehicles in southern New England and internationally Phasing out gas-powered vehicles is an ambitious but attainable goal in the worldwide race to cut greenhouse-gas emissions and mitigate the climate crisis, according to advocates for electric vehicles.

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Electric cars for urban apartment dwellers?

Cars Details: Posted by Loie Hayes on Thursday, June 21, 2018 @ 12:50 PM. For months I watched with envy all the great deals on electric cars available through Drive Green with Mass Energy. As an urban apartment dweller without a driveway, I figured an electric vehicle (EV) just wasn’t in the realm of possibility. After all, leaving a charging cable

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Drive Green | Meet the cars

Cars Details: The SE trim charges at 11 miles of range per hour, and the XSE trim charges at 22 miles of range per hour. There's limited inventory of the Toyota RAV4 Prime, and many vehicles are already claimed. If you're interested in this car now, reach out to all nearby Toyota dealerships to find an available vehicle for sale. Type. Plug-in hybrids.

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Webinars that empower you | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Make green energy choices. Learn about electric cars, solar, smart public policy, renewable energy development, and more.

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Electrifying Cars, Buses, and Trains - Green Energy Consumers

Cars Details: Electrifying Cars, Buses, and Trains. Posted by Larry Chretien, Eugenia Gibbons, Kai Salem, and Anna Vanderspek on Wednesday, November 07, 2018 @ 02:58 PM. In Massachusetts and Rhode Island, emissions from transportation are our biggest climate problem. Although emissions from electricity generation aren’t dropping as fast as we need them to

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FAQs | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Electric cars are lower maintenance than gas cars. EVs occasionally need a tire rotation, battery inspection, brake fluid flush, and in- cabin air filter replacement. Overall, you can expect to cut your maintenance and repair costs for your vehicle in half.

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Electric Car Tax Credits, Explained

Cars Details: Cars with a battery storage capacity of about 18 kilowatt-hours or more (generally translating to an electric range of at least 50 miles) qualify for the full $7,500. Cars with smaller batteries are eligible for a fraction of that - $4,502 in the case of the 25 miles-per-charge Prius Prime.

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Setting up "My Account" | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Log-in or set up your profile at our“My Account” site. Click here to go to the Log-in page. Enter your username, which is the email address you have on file with us (where you receive emails from us). If you're not sure of your username, contact us (800-287-3950 x0) or [email protected] . If you've already used My Account and

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Newton EV Task Force

Cars Details: Electric cars are better for the environment. A battery-electric car emits a third of the greenhouse gases compared to burning gasoline – even less for Newtonites, who can get 100% of their electricity from local renewables through Newton Power Choice. Source: Mass Audubon. I t’s cheaper to drive on electricity than gasoline.

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Webinar: Buying A Pre-Owned Electric Car | Green Energy

Cars Details: Pre-owned electric cars have lower upfront purchase costs than new cars. That makes all the benefits of electrification - including a lower carbon footprint, lower fuel costs, and zero noxious tailpipe emissions, to name a few - accessible to more consumers. And now, pre-owned electric cars are available for purchase through the Drive Green program!

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What’s up with federal and state incentives for electric cars?

Cars Details: We believe electric cars are great. They reduce emissions by about 75-80% compared to gasoline cars. And they cost less to run because it’s cheaper to run on electricity than petroleum and they require less maintenance. But for the time being, without governmental incentives, the cost of the battery generally makes electric vehicles (EVs) cost a bit more upfront.

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The Energy Consumer's Bulletin | Electric vehicles

Cars Details: In the United States car market, big cars rule. In April 2020, crossovers, pickups, and SUVs together made up 70% of new vehicle sales in the “light” vehicle market. 70%! As we work to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), it’s clear that we need competitive EVs in these segments.

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Drive Green | Sign-up for Deals - Meet the cars

Cars Details: Browse cars . Step 4: Contact information. With this info, we will connect you with the dealer(s) offering the deals you selected. The dealer(s) will reach out to you to discuss next steps, like scheduling a test drive! First name * Last name * Email * Phone * Address. City *

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Introduction to EVs | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

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Medium-Duty Electric Vans and Shuttle Buses

Cars Details: Beyond passenger cars, we frequently get asked about electric passenger vans and shuttles for institutions around New England, like schools, research institutions, hospitals, and private companies. Here’s what you should know about electrified medium-duty vehicle market in 2020.

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The surprising overlap between heat pumps and electric cars

Cars Details: Electric cars help dramatically lower the carbon footprint of passenger vehicles, just as electric heat pumps replace the fossil fuels used to heat our homes; this is why we’re helping people to make the switch to both. But there’s an overlap between these two technologies that we find interesting and important.

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electric vehicles – Drive Green with National Grid Blog

Cars Details: Although cars like the Chevy Bolt can only charge at a max rate of 24 miles of range per hour using Level II charging, DC fast charging can add 90 miles in 30 minutes of charging. DC fast charging stations are available for public use and can deliver 50 kW of power the Chevy Bolt or as much as 150 kW for the new Nissan LEAF Plus – much faster

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Rebates & Incentives | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Electric Vehicle Tax Credits and Rebates Explained. The quality of electric cars has improved greatly in recent years. And because the cost of lithium-ion batteries has fallen so much, we now have several affordable choices.The federal tax credit can cut your costs by up to $7,500 on top of the impressive discounts offered through Drive Green.

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Electrifying cars, buses, and trucks will save lives. Why

Cars Details: Although reducing tailpipe pollution by increasing t h e number of electric cars on the road is a good first step to closing the exposure gap, t he issue of air pollution doesn’t end at the tailpipe. O il refineries, which convert petroleum into fuel-grade gasoline, are overwhelmingly located in Black and Brown neighborhoods and contribute to some of the most toxic air in the nation.

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What is an EV? | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Hybrid cars have this feature. Regenerative braking can improve the efficiency of a fossil-fuel-powered car up to between 21% and 40%. That means that even the most efficient gas-powered cars can use only about 40% of the available energy stored in gasoline.

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Maintenance | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Gas-powered cars often require costly repairs once they hit 100,000 miles on the odometer. O f the most common car problems, two-thirds are issues that only combustion engine cars can have, including transmission problems, clogged filters or fuel injectors, and faulty spark plugs.. Electric vehicles don’t experience any of these engine problems and will save you from the unexpected and

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Batteries & Safety | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: There are additional, EV-specific safety standards that electric cars must meet to ensure the safety of the battery. According to the United States Department of Energy, EV-specific standards prevent chemical spillage, secure batteries during a crash, and isolate the chassis from the high-voltage system to prevent electric shock.

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Electric Vehicles 101 Webinar Recap

Cars Details: Electric Vehicles 101 Webinar Recap. Posted by Mal Skowron and Devan DiLibero on Tuesday, September 03, 2019 @ 04:57 PM. Thanks to everyone who attended our Electric Vehicles 101 webinar on August 21! In case you missed it, here a short recap of what we talked about and the answers to some popular questions.

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Winter Driving | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: Notably, the study kept cars at an internal temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit on maximum fan speed - a very energy-intensive habit. The extent of range loss in cold weather will vary from car to car and person to person, but 41% range loss is greater than what most Massachusetts and Rhode Island drivers report in the winter.

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Charging | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

Cars Details: DC (Direct Current) Fast Charging is the fastest charging available for passenger cars (other than Tesla). It is increasingly available along major highways and intended for longer trips. American and European manufacturers use the J1772 combo (otherwise known as CCS DCFC or SAE Combo) and Asian manufacturers use the CHAdeMO.

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Webinar: Everything you need to know about EV charging

Cars Details: Onboard charger : Maximum Level 2 charging rate* Cars: 7.7 - 10 kW: 25-30 : Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X: 7.4 kW: 24 : BMW i3: 6.6 - 7.2 kW: 22-24

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Charging & Driving | Green Energy Consumers Alliance

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EV Envy: Drivers share why they love their electric cars

Cars Details: September 30, 2020. No Comments. on EV Envy: Drivers share why they love their electric cars. With electric vehicles consistently gaining more and more media attention, we wanted to share what it was that made electric vehicle (EV) owners love their cars so much.

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Electric Pick-ups Beyond the Tesla Cybertruck

Cars Details: Cars with battery storage of 18 kWh or more, roughly a range of 50 miles, qualify for the full $7,500. That means all of the vehicles on our list, aside from Tesla (whose tax credit is now completely phased out) will qualify for the full $7,500. The prices on our list are the base MSRP without the tax credit subtracted.

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Planes, Trains, Cars, and Boats - Green Energy Consumers

Cars Details: Planes, Trains, Cars, and Boats. Posted by Larry Chretien on Monday, August 26, 2019 @ 06:00 PM. This week, I’m headed to a conference in the Big Apple to talk about how we need to electrify transportation and heating. I looked at my options for getting there. Flying was the quickest, but emitted the most.

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Why I Leased a Chevrolet Bolt instead of Keeping my Malibu

Cars Details: EVs have a much lower carbon footprint than traditional ICE cars. About ⅓, depending on the state. Federal tax credits vary depending on the car manufacturer. The federal tax credit - and the recently expanded MOR-EV rebate - will help tide the market over until EVs reach cost-parity with gas-powered cars, expected by the mid-2020s.

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electric cars – Drive Green with National Grid Blog

Cars Details: Although cars like the Chevy Bolt can only charge at a max rate of 24 miles of range per hour using Level II charging, DC fast charging can add 90 miles in 30 minutes of charging. DC fast charging stations are available for public use and can deliver 50 kW of power the Chevy Bolt or as much as 150 kW for the new Nissan LEAF Plus – much faster

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Better Battery Technology - the Tipping Point for EV Adoption?

Cars Details: In 2010, when electric cars were first introduced into the mass-market, lithium-ion battery packs cost about $1,000 per kilowatt-hour of storage. Now, they cost less than $200 per kilowatt hour. Lithium-ion battery costs are falling. That means EVs will be able to have longer driving ranges at lower costs.

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Policy is rigged to favor gas guzzlers over climate

Cars Details: Fuel economy standards raise the average efficiency of new cars sold in the US, but there’s another federal regulation on the books intended to keep low-efficiency cars off the roads completely. The Gas Guzzler Tax levies a $1,000-$7,500 fee on car buyers who purchase new vehicles that get less than 22.5 miles to the gallon. Combined with

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The Road to Net-Zero is Paved by Electric Buses

Cars Details: A bus can carry the equivalent of up to 60 single-occupancy vehicles, thereby reducing emissions – and congestion – simply by removing cars from the road. However, buses largely run on diesel, which, in addition to GHG, carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (HC) and nitrous oxides (NOx), produces black carbon when combusted.

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