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North Texas has more than 17,000 electric vehicles registered in North Texas
As electric vehicles become more mainstream, CoServ will play a critical role in powering that future. Whether it’s a Member’s personal vehicle charging in their garage, a whole fleet of city or business vehicles charging at their location or a traveler who needs a quick charge on their way out of town, CoServ will be your trusted source of reliable and affordable electricity.
It’s always fun to watch multi-billion-dollar brands duke it out on social media – remember the Chicken Sandwich War of 2019-2020? Now, we’ve got the EV War of 2021.
The fact that Norway sold more electric vehicles than the United States is enough to get actor Will Ferrell riled up in General Motors' new electric vehicle advertisement that will run during the Super Bowl on Sunday.
This week, a Forbes article described the difficulty of turning a profit with public charging stations as they compete with much cheaper electricity that EV owners already have at their homes.
As an electric utility, CoServ wants to be your trusted energy advisor as you consider buying an EV. Chances are good that we’ll be providing the power for your drive – whether you’re at home or charging in public at the Tanger Outlet Mall in Fort Worth or, coming soon, The Cove at The Lakefront indoor waterpark in Little Elm.
GM refreshes logo and lineup for a full EV future
General Motors revealed plans this week for flying cars, self-driving pods, delivery vans, SUVs and trucks that all have one thing in common —they’re fully electric.
From wireless charging to robots that charge your vehicle, the expectations for the EV industry are high this year
Looking to the future, this critical part of the state's economy sees a Biden presidency and lawmakers, corporations and automakers pledging to reduce reliance on fossil fuels while electrifying more of their fleet.
There’s a reason Elon Musk started selling Teslas directly to the public nearly a decade ago rather than go the traditional franchise dealership route. He wanted his own employees who have bought into his mission for electric vehicles doing the selling. They’re also experts in all the nuances of EVs. He knows that not all car dealerships and salespeople will be enthusiastic about electric vehicles because they disrupt the status quo.
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.