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Westchester County Police received their first electric patrol vehicle

The 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E can go about 270 miles before needing a charge.

Yonkers tests electric garbage truck

Yonkers ended the year by peeking into the future with a test of an all-electric garbage truck. Made by Mack Trucks, which is part...

Regional hotels plug into sustainability with EV chargers

Last June, Daphne Dixon set out from Fairfield on a cross-country road trip in a Mustang Mach-E. The dark electric vehicle (EV) muscle car...

Rolls-Royce previews its first all-electric vehicle

The price for the Spectre has not been set.

Hochul announces more state resources for EVs

Gov. Kathy Hochul held a news conference at the Chester-Maple Garage in White Plains on the morning of Sept. 29 to announce an expansion...

CT and NY AGs join lawsuit to stop USPS vehicle purchases

The USPS’ fleet consists of more than 212,000 vehicles.

Norwalk’s JuiceBar in reseller pact for government infrastructure projects

The company has installed EV charging stations at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport.

Stamford firm combines with U.K. EV-charging company; debut on Nasdaq expected...

The combined company will be called EO Charging and will be listed on the Nasdaq under the symbol “EOC.”

More electric buses, incentives to buy EVs on the way

Connecticut needs approximately 125,000 to 150,000 EVs by 2025 and 500,000 EVs by 2030 to meet its statutorily mandated greenhouse gas reduction target.

Legislation to allow direct sales of electric vehicles to CT consumers...

Similar measures have failed over the past five years.

New Canaan considers adding more electric vehicle charging stations

New Canaan has four stations, but three are only available for evening and weekend use.

Lamont offers free bus service, touts carbon emissions-reduction plan

The Transportation and Climate Initiative, scheduled to be voted upon by the state Environment Committee tomorrow, promises Connecticut at least a 26% reduction in carbon emissions from transportation from 2022 to 2032.

Bridgeport BMW dealer decries state’s ‘Tesla Bill’

Tim Kraemer, executive vice president and general manager at BMW of Bridgeport, said the bill's passage would “hurt not only the auto industry, it will hurt the Connecticut consumer.”

Uber Green introduces EV/hybrid vehicle service to CT

On average, an Uber Green ride will cut carbon emissions by 44% compared to the same trip in a gas-powered car, according to the New York-based firm.

Hastings-on-Hudson Police Department acquires Tesla Model Y as patrol car

This is the second police department in the nation using the Model Y.