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The new F-150EV can pull how much?

July 24th, 2019 |

Back in January we talked about the new Ford F-150 in development as a fully electric vehicle. Now, the first prototype of this “F-150EV” went through a test run and the results are astounding! Not only does this vehicle have the capability of pulling 1.25 million lbs, but it also has a range of 300 miles! In other words, it…

NJ approves the largest offshore wind farm in the nation

June 26th, 2019 |

Keeping up with Gov. Phil Murphy’s recently announced Energy Master Plan, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities granted the state’s first award for offshore wind to the Danish energy company Ørsted and Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) for the proposed 1,100-megawatt Ocean Wind project last Friday. With this plan set to be finished by 2024, over 500,000 NJ homes…

What it’s really like to ride in an EV Bus

June 25th, 2019 |

Have you ever wondered what it’s really like to ride inside one of the new all electric EV buses? The silence is almost eerie but once you’re used to it, getting back into an ICE bus will sound louder than a jet engine. But the more peaceful silence is just one of many added benefits to bus fleets making the…

New Jersey Plans to be 100% Renewable Energy by 2050

June 13th, 2019 |

There are hundreds of states and municipalities that have expressed goals to run on 100% renewable energy by 2050. However, it appears New Jersey is one of the first to have a thoroughly drawn out plan on how to accomplish that goal. While the final draft isn’t due until September of this year, the current draft is extensive and specific…

5 Myths about EVs You Probably Didn’t Know

May 13th, 2019 |

“I would get an EV but…” We’re sure many have thought about getting an EV or PHEV at some point, but they always seem to have some sort of setback that becomes a deal-breaker for them. The most common one is that “EVs are too expensive.” Well what if we told you that was one of the most common MYTHS…

ESCNJ Awards Bryan Electric, Bid #ESCNJ 18/19-40 EV Charging Stations

April 23rd, 2019 |

On Friday March 22nd, 2019, Bryan Electric Co. Inc., was awarded a contract with the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey(ESCNJ), NJ State Approved Co-Op #65MCESCCPS Bid #ESCNJ 18/19-40 – Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. The Co-Op allows members of ESCNJ discounted pricing on materials and labor for any Electric Vehicle Charging Station projects. The Educational Services Commission of New Jersey …

5 Ways to Master EV Etiquette

March 21st, 2019 |

Driving an electric vehicle (EV) is a little bit different from driving a vehicle with an internal combustion engine (ICE). For the most part, it’s much more fun, because your vehicle is quieter, more powerful and easier to maintain. Plus, you can save a ton on gas. But there are a couple of things you should know when it comes…

Understand EV Charging stations and how they work

March 14th, 2019 |

If you recently purchased, or are planning to purchase an electric vehicle it can be a little overwhelming trying to understand it all. From knowing which chargers connect to your car, to understanding the differences between Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3 chargers, it can take some time. Luckily, there’s a guide that can help you begin to understand….

Warren Buffett: “Electric Cars Are Very Much in America’s Future”

March 6th, 2019 |

When it comes to big name influencers, few can compete with Warren Buffett. The Berkshire Hathaway CEO, announced his strong support and belief in electric cars having a major impact on America’s future in an interview with CNBC’s Becky Quick and Joe Kernan. Watch the full interview by clicking here!   Like us on Facebook @bryan.electric.co Follow us on Twitter…

The Osborne Effect on the Auto Industry

February 28th, 2019 |

The Osborne Effect is one that is subtle, and most of us do not think of often. In the past, the Osborne Effect happened when Apple released the first smartphone, when the first automobile replaced the horse-drawn buggy, and many other examples. Well, over 100 years later the automobile/transportation industry is at the edge of another Osborne Effect about to…