Electric vehicles don’t pay into road funding the same way traditional vehicles do because they don’t pay fuel taxes.
Study authors say Indianapolis stands out thanks to the newly implemented BlueIndy service.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has significantly reduced Indianapolis Power and Light‘s $16 million plan for BlueIndy.
The city of Indianapolis plans to replace hundreds of its municipal vehicles with electric or plug-in hybrids over the next two years.
The first Chevrolet Volt has come to Bloomington, but not because General Motors is selling the car in Indiana.
The Clean Cities program works with both private and public groups to help them find the best solution for their situation.