Charged EVs | AMPECO CEO discusses the software that makes large-scale EV charging systems work in comprehensive Q&A

AMPECO’s software can control charging stations from different vendors, provide a custom-branded app to EV drivers, and handle subscriptions, revenue sharing, load management, diagnostics, reporting and more. Public charging is expected to be a low-margin business, and this makes it even more important to manage the network in an efficient way once they emerge from…

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Pick of the Day: 1934 Chevrolet Street Rod

Some automotive designs just get better with time, and at 90 years old, the 1934 Chevrolet is definitely one that continues turning heads for all the right reasons. The Pick of the Day is a 1934 Chevrolet restomod roadster listed for sale on ClassicCars.com by a private seller in Oakdale, California. (Click the link to…

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‘Substantial doubt’ it can continue

Fisker has shared preliminary details of its Q4 and full fiscal year 2023 results, and they’re… not great. Revenue is up for the quarter, but cash on hand is dwindling, causing the American EV automaker to express “substantial doubt” about its ability to move forward. That said, Fisker Inc. has some negotiations in the works…

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Schiff, Garvey in lead for California Senate seat, poll shows

Rep. Adam B. Schiff’s campaign strategy of spending millions to highlight Republican Senate candidate Steve Garvey’s conservative record appears to have paid off, making Garvey a strong favorite to emerge from Tuesday’s primary as Schiff’s general election opponent. That’s the finding of the latest UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll co-sponsored by The Times….

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New Duesenberg Book Examines the SSJ

What’s the greatest of all the American brands? While Bugatti, Hispano-Suiza, Delage, Delahaye, Rolls-Royce, and Mercedes-Benz get to fight the European side, Duesenberg seems to stand at the top in the North American continent without peer. (Angelo Van Bogart photo) Though founded in 1920 in Indiana, Duesenberg as we know it didn’t really come into…

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