I just got an email from PlugShare stating that they are joining forces with Recargo. I think this is great news. More to come.
So here is the text of the email:
Dear PlugShare community,
Thank you for being the best part of PlugShare. We want to personally share some exciting news with you: we are joining forces with Recargo! When we met the Recargo team last year, we discovered that we shared important values and a common vision for the future. By combining our companies can provide a better experience for plug-in drivers.
Your profiles, reviews, and PlugShare information will not be affected. Your station-finding experience will only get better! Our combined coverage of charging infrastructure includes over 20,000 charging stations in the U.S. and Canada with over 30,000 station reviews and 14,000 photos.
In addition to PlugShare, we now have an array of useful, easy-to-use tools:
PluginCars.com - a popular news and discussion site for the EV and plug-in hybrid community
GreenCharge – a free iPhone app that provides a new way to view your car's driving patterns and charging cost
PlugInsights - a research service whose mission is to amplify the voice of the driver to automakers, utilities, and regulators
ChargeManager - an easy-to-use SaaS tool for managing fleets of plug-in vehicles
We'll be sending out updates and new product announcements over the next few months. Thank you for being the change that you want to see!
- The PlugShare Team
So when will the Model S be able to use all those Level Three DC fast chargers?
When TM makes an adapter, if ever.
The only options to Select Your Vehicle on the GreenCharge app are Prius Plug-in, Nissan Leaf and Ford Focus EV; no Tesla
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