Plugging Into Electric Vehicles: Greener Technology Could Pave Way to Less Carbon Emissions - 27 East

Residence

Residence / 2048025

Plugging Into Electric Vehicles: Greener Technology Could Pave Way to Less Carbon Emissions

icon 8 Photos
Rosemary Mascali charges her Hyundai Kona. COURTESY ROSEMARY MASCALI

Rosemary Mascali charges her Hyundai Kona. COURTESY ROSEMARY MASCALI

The Sustainable Southampton Green Advisory Committee hosts

The Sustainable Southampton Green Advisory Committee hosts "Electrify Your Ride" last June at the South Fork Natural History Museum & Nature Center in Bridgehampton. COURTESY LYNN ARTHUR

A Toyota electric vehicle charging port. COURTESY LYNN ARTHUR

A Toyota electric vehicle charging port. COURTESY LYNN ARTHUR

Sustainable Southampton and Drive Electric Long Island bring a selection of electric vehicles to the San Gennaro Feast of the Hamptons in Hampton Bays. COURTESY LYNN ARTHUR

Sustainable Southampton and Drive Electric Long Island bring a selection of electric vehicles to the San Gennaro Feast of the Hamptons in Hampton Bays. COURTESY LYNN ARTHUR

A Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

A Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

Under the hood of a Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

Under the hood of a Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

Detail of a Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

Detail of a Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

Charging a Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

Charging a Ford F-150 Lightning at Storms Ford in Southampton. DANA SHAW

authorMichelle Trauring on Oct 26, 2022
From the outside, the newest Ford F-150 Lighting looks like a standard pickup truck — with a spacious cargo bed, seating for up to five passengers and every luxury finish... more

You May Also Like:

Rambling Toward Spring

Yes, it’s February, and yes, it’s been a cold week. The calendar tells us that, ... 2 Feb 2023 by Andrew Messinger

Proposed Fossil Fuel Ban Would Impact Homebuilders and Homeowners

Over the past few years, climate change has become a crisis that is impossible to ... 1 Feb 2023 by Cailin Riley

Ready for Ice?

As we move into February we also move into one of the most precarious months ... 25 Jan 2023 by Andrew Messinger

This Is Not the Year for New Plant Varieties

January has traditionally been the month for gardeners to sit inside on a cold day ... 19 Jan 2023 by Andrew Messinger

The Purposeful Preservation of the Moses Case House

The preservation of the Lieutenant Moses Case House, one of the most significant landmarks in ... 18 Jan 2023 by Anne Surchin, R.A.

LIPA Considers Time-of-Day Rates for Residential Ratepayers

The Long Island Power Authority is floating a plan to offer time-of-day rates and an optional “super off-peak rate” for residential electricity bills beginning in 2024. LIPA is pitching the proposal as a way for its ratepayers to save money while supporting the transition of Long Island and the Rockaways to clean, affordable energy. Customers will still have the option to stay on a flat rate, according to LIPA, while those using the time-of-day rates will receive a 12-month bill protection guarantee that means they will receive a refund if they would have paid less on a flat rate. On ... by Staff Writer

Meet Heath and Heather

Several decades ago in the very early days of spring I would venture out on ... 12 Jan 2023 by Andrew Messinger

Tolan House Renovation Preserves Gwathmey Legacy

Nick Martin, the principal of Martin Architects in Sagaponack, got his start in architecture with ... 11 Jan 2023 by Brendan J. O’Reilly

Ceramist and Flower Grower Frances Palmer Lectures Sunday on Zoom for Horticultural Alliance

Ceramic artist and flower grower Frances Palmer, the photographer and author of “Life in the ... by Brendan J. O’Reilly

The January Garden Ramble

Back after a short break. Happy New Year, one and all, and may your 2023 ... 5 Jan 2023 by Andrew Messinger