PRESS: New York Times: New Cord for Electric Vehicles Offers Charge-Anywhere Versatility

Feb 16, 2014

"Range anxiety and limited charging infrastructure are among the reasons some consumers don’t consider buying an electric vehicle. Those two concerns are related, because if there’s no place to charge an E.V., that affects the distance a driver can travel.

AeroVironment, which builds electric-vehicle charging equipment, announced last week the release of a new type of charging cord that will allow E.V. users to recharge anywhere. With a dual-voltage setting, 120 volts and 240 volts AC, the cord could broaden E.V. charging options from the current charging stations equipped with those funny-looking plugs that connect to E.V. charging ports." Read full article here.

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