Archive: Electric Charging

AMERIgreen Energy Hosted the Fleet Footprint Event

Don’t Forget the Biodiesel in Diesel Emissions Requirements and the New Energy Landscape

Biodiesel Panel (L to R): Rob Griscom, Ross Enterprises; Joe Biluck, Medford Township Schools; Rick Bologna, Westmore ... read more,

What’s so different about Tesla vehicles?

Tesla Motors, Inc. is an electric vehicle designer and manufacturer headquartered in Palo Alto, California. Although other car companies are in the electric car business, Tesla is the first to ... read more,

AMERIgreen’s Parking Lot Has More Than Meets The Eye


At a glance, AMERIgreen’s parking lot appears to be pretty average. However, when you look a little closer you will notice a slight difference.  In between normal gasoline-powered ... read more,

What’s up with the EV Charger Hype?

Are you in-the-know about Electric Vehicle chargers? While some people have hopped on the pro-EV charger bandwagon, others see them as a fad akin to MySpace and ponchos. So, are ... read more,

Plug-ins, diesels and high MPG have staying power at NY Auto Show

Ever wonder what they will think of next in the wonderful world of wheels? A few weeks ago, automakers showcased their newest concept cars with a recurring theme – sustainability. ... read more,

Guest blogger – Musician turns EV enthusiast and guru

Getting off oil became a priority to Lancaster, PA resident, Brandon Hollinger. He began researching the various vehicle technologies and after some trial and error with a few found his ... read more,

Movie Review – Who Killed the Electric Vehicle

1896: First car dealer, sold only electric cars

1900: Electric cars outnumbered gasoline-powered vehicles 2 to 1 “In 1996, electric cars began to appear on roads all over California. They were quiet ... read more,