EV News You Can Use, 4/27

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EVs in the News
  • Target commits to adding dozens of new charging spots at retail stores across North America, as told to the Minneapolis Business Journal.

  • InsideEVs spotted one of the first Tesla Model 3s in China.

  • Bloomberg reports that this week’s Beijing Auto Show will feature 174 EV models, 124 of which were developed in China.

  • InsideEVs reveals that Nissan has sold nearly 55,000 LEAFs in the last year.

  • Bloomberg gives us a peek at how much oil electric buses are displacing.

  • Honda is working with Waymo on autonomous vehicles, as reported by Cleantechnica.

  • Electrek gives us a peek at the BMW iX3 SUV with 250 miles of range and 150 kW charging.

  • The nation’s capital goes green with a new fleet of electric buses that will save 244,000 pounds of carbon emissions each year, as well as reducing fuel and maintenance costs by $6 million over the buses' lifetime, as revealed in Smart Cities Dive.

  • Greentech Media shares how EVs could save rideshare drivers $5,200 a year in fuel and maintenance costs.

  • Treehugger dives into a new program that allows drivers in Los Angeles to rent EVs by the minute.

  • The Columbus Business Journal describes a new program, just approved, that dedicated $10 million to funding EV charging in Ohio.

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