William works day in and day out to advance EV adoption by increasing public charging options and busting EV-related myths. William has expertise in electric vehicle charging, EV industry trends, public policy, and advocacy. He holds a BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Check out our step-by-step EVmatch User Guide, below.Renting out personal property has never been easier. You can do it with a house on Airbnb, a car on Turo, and even sports equipment on FriendWithA. But what about electric vehicle charging stations?That’s where EVmatch comes in. The company’s app and website open up an entire ecosystem…
National Drive Electric Week 2021 is nearly upon us, taking place this year from September 25 to October 3. This annual, nationwide celebration is held to raise awareness of the many benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more.It is also the perfect opportunity for drivers who are EV-curious, or considering transitioning…
After receiving a grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) last spring, EVmatch is in the process of selecting multi-family properties for free EV charging stations outfitted with shared charging management software
At EVmatch, we’re on a mission to build a clean energy future together with industry-aligned partners. Through our partnerships, we’re expanding access to charging stations, service offerings, brand exposure, and workforce training opportunities. From marketing partners, electrical contractors, community-based organizations, and utilities, EVmatch is proud to work alongside innovators and established players all committed to transitioning to a clean energy and transportation system.
Last week, public officials including Texas Governor Greg Abbott blamed widespread power outages in his state on wind and solar energy, stating on Fox News that “Our wind and our solar got shut down, and they were collectively more than 10 percent of our power grid, and that thrust Texas into a situation where it was lacking power on a statewide basis. … It just shows that fossil fuel is necessary.”