A new way to drive

Electric cars powered by coal are energy efficient and offer a viable alternative to traditional travel solutions.

Meet our Tesla, WATTS!

Tesla, COVID-19 and Diver Down

May 11, 2020 – (by Jason Bohrer) With the pandemic inducing a near world-wide lockdown, people’s lives have changed in too many ways to count....

Towing with Tesla

June 25, 2020 – (by Jason Bohrer) Now that we are well into summer, I hitched up my boat to the Tesla and decided to see what would happen.  Ke...

DEND Infrastructure Survey Summary

DEND recently conducted an online survey of North Dakota to gauge current opinions about electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the state. Electr...

EV Infrastructure expanding in ND

MAY 26, 2020 – In the 2019 State Legislative Session, electric vehicles were the subject of three pieces of legislation, one of which (SB 2061) ...

WATT’s Up?

The COVID-19 pandemic appears to be hitting the EV market; causing BloombergNEF to downgrade its forecast for 2020 by 16 percent. The impact on batter...

Want to enjoy February in North Dakota? Drive a Tesla

In February 2019, the Tesla Model X was a novelty at the Lignite Energy Council. I drove it for a week on all kind of road conditions and found that t...

Take a ride in Medora with President Teddy Roosevelt!

Electric vehicles are great for families!

How do EVs support local businesses?

How does a mountain biker use an electric vehicle?


Charging Stations in ND


Miles of battery life


Miles before recharging


Electric vehicles produce no direct emissions and can be fueled by North Dakota's own electric power plants.


Electric vehicle owners only pay about $405 a year to charge under normal driving habits!


Electric vehicles are more responsive and accelerate quicker. This makes the drive more fun and exciting.