Domino's Pizza is investing in a fleet of 800 electric Chevrolet Bolts painted in Domino's livery to supplement its understaffed driving crew. As the world's largest pizza company, Domino's investment in EVs represents a particularly high-profile adoption of electric … [Read more...] about The Domino effect: pizza place splurges on electric delivery fleet
Detroit’s two new EV-charging roads will let drivers power up on the go
Last year, The Optimist Daily wrote an article about how the state government in Indiana was testing roads that could charge EV vehicles while they were being driven. Now, it seems this technology is leaping forward in Detroit. Inductive charging technology is being connected … [Read more...] about Detroit’s two new EV-charging roads will let drivers power up on the go
Are hydrogen fuel cell cars a better choice than plug-in EVs?
There is no doubt that The Optimist Daily is excited about the increasing number of electric vehicles on the roads. In the US, infrastructure for plug-in EVs has been fleshed out in many regions, easing drivers’ range anxiety. With new tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act, … [Read more...] about Are hydrogen fuel cell cars a better choice than plug-in EVs?
Oregon project lets farmers test drive electric tractors
American drivers have plenty of options when it comes to electric cars, but what about farmers? The electrification of the agricultural industry is a lucrative and relatively untapped market. However, first, the technology needs to be sold to farmers, many of whom are hesitant … [Read more...] about Oregon project lets farmers test drive electric tractors
Singapore’s Seletar airport considers plans for electric flying taxis
Seletar Airport is the city-state of Singapore’s lesser known second airport. It’s a small airfield normally frequented only by private jets, but soon it could be known for the future of sky travel. Singapore has recently signed agreements that would make Seletar into a … [Read more...] about Singapore’s Seletar airport considers plans for electric flying taxis