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Excitement is building for The Cove at The Lakefront, a 42,000-square-foot indoor water park that’s scheduled to open in Little Elm in mid-March. If you’re an EV owner, there’s an extra reason to be excited because while you’re floating in the lazy river, your vehicle will be charging in the parking lot. Last month, the Little Elm Town Council approved a grant for the installation of four Level 2 electric vehicle chargers in the parking lot.
Automakers can take a few cues from Burger King when marketing electric vehicles.
Electric vehicles could be a hot topic when the Texas Legislature reconvenes next year.
When CoServ partnered with Texas Motor Speedway, they asked what type of vehicle we’d like to use for promotions. It would have our logo and would be on display on race day. The choice was simple: A 2020 Chevrolet Bolt that runs on 100 percent CoServ electricity.
Last week in this space, we talked about what it will take for electric vehicles to reach mass adoption or acceptance. This week, the Wall Street Journal had an interesting piece about the role artificial intelligence will play in advancing that goal.
There’s no denying the paradigm shift that’s occurring in the automotive industry regarding electric vehicles. A tidal wave of EVs are coming in the next three years. The Super Bowl in February and Major League Baseball’s World Series had plenty of electric vehicle commercials, as we discussed in last week’s blog.
This week’s EV news was dominated by GMC’s Hummer EV pickup truck, which was unveiled Tuesday in a 2-minute-and-15-second commercial during Game 1 of Major League Baseball’s World Series.
CoServ Member Jennifer Meinel is a proud and passionate owner of a red Tesla Model 3. The Texas transplant’s love affair with the all-electric Tesla started in 2012 when she caught her first glimpse of a Tesla Model S.
CoServ Members Trisha Sheffield of Lewisville and Curtis Tally of Justin both serve on the CoServ Electric Board of Directors.
Some auto industry experts are calling 2020 the year of the electric vehicle. In addition to auto manufacturers producing more EVs, there’s more information than ever available about them online. But this wasn’t the case when CoServ Member Tim Kasprowicz began researching EVs a decade ago.