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California May Push Uber And Lyft To Go Electric, With Far-Reaching Consequences
Forbes
“The cars are not actually owned by Uber or Lyft, so the challenge is how do you operationalize those rules? That’s part of the problem,” said Dan Sperling, director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis and a member of the California Air Resources Board, which created and oversees the state’s ZEV program.
Volkswagen’s Penance Will Expand Nation’s Fast-Charging Network
Forbes
EV drivers are more likely than gasoline-fueled customers to spend in the store. A 2017 study by Michael Nicholas of the International Council on Clean Transportation and Gil Tal of the University of California Davis supports that theory. Tal said EV owners will be bigger spenders than gas-pumping drivers for two reasons. “They are waiting a little longer and because of the price of most pure EVs, they are higher income people.”