DRIVING AN EV CAN PUT CASH BACK INTO AN OWNER’S WALLET IN THE LONG RUN.Despite having higher sticker prices than comparable conventionally-powered models, owning an electric vehicle can still save an owner money over time.For starters, the cost to run an electric vehicle can be considerably less than fueling a gas-powered ride. On average, the Environmental Protection Agency says the 2018 crop of EVs will cost an owner between $500 and $750 in electricity to drive 15,000 miles annually, depending on the model. That’s between $4,000 and $5,250 less than it will cost to keep the average 2018 gasoline-powered vehicle fueled over a five-year period, based on gas at $2.83 per gallon.More Electric Car Info Compared: Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid And Battery Electric Cars EV 101: How And Where To Charge An Electric Car Top 5 Most Reliable Electric Cars For 2018 Source: Electric Vehicle News In an apples-to-apples comparison, the Ford Focus Electric, which is rated at the electric equivalent of 107 “e-mpg” in combined city/highway driving, is estimated to cost an owner $500 less to run each year than a gas-powered Focus at 28 mpg.The leaders in this regard for 2018, with estimated annual electricity costs of $500, are the Hyundai Ioniq Electric at 150 e-mpg and the Tesla Model 3 at 136 e-mpg. They’re closely followed at $550 annually by the Chevrolet Bolt EV at 128 e-mpg, the Volkswagen e-Golf at 126 e-mpg, and the BMW i3 at 126 e-mpg.Of course, your savings will vary based on local electricity rates and fuel costs. According to a study of energy costs in the 52 largest U.S. cities conducted by Crescent Electric, it’s cheapest to run an EV in New Orleans, LA, while it’s costliest in New York City. At that, the study’s data suggests motorists across the nation can save money by powering their daily commutes with electricity, instead of gasoline.EV INCENTIVESElectric vehicles are eligible for significant tax incentives. The federal government offers EV buyers a one-time $7,500 tax credit, which effectively cuts the $37,495 Chevrolet Bolt EV’s base sticker price to $29,995. A few states give EV buyers an additional break. If you live in Colorado, you’ll get an additional $5,000 state tax credit for purchasing an EV; in California, it’s as much as $4,500.On the downside, federal EV incentives are set to phase out once an automaker sells 200,000 EVs, which is a feat Tesla has already accomplished. The $7,500 credit on new Teslas extends through the end of 2018, but will be phased out in three steps over the course of 2019. General Motors is likewise expected to reach the 200K threshold sometime next year on sales of its Chevrolet Volt and Bolt EV models.MAINTENANCE COSTSElectric vehicles enjoy lower long-term maintenance costs than conventional autos. That’s because they eliminate over two-dozen mechanical components that would normally require periodic service. An EV owner avoids having to pay for things like oil changes, cooling system flushes, transmission servicing and replacing the air filter, spark plugs and drive belts.RESALE VALUESOn the downside, electric cars don’t hold their values as well as most conventional models, which eats into their long-term ownership costs. They take a bigger initial hit in depreciation thanks to the above tax credits. Plus, demand for used EVs is still relatively limited, and the longer range of newer EVs is making older models that can’t run as many miles on a charge seem dated.For example, the valuation experts at Kelley Blue Book predict the 2018 Nissan Leaf will be worth only 28 percent of its original value after five years. That means a base sticker price of $33,612 will wither to just $9,358 by 2023. The average vehicle retains 37 percent of its original value after five years.But there’s a wild card in the deck, and that’s the aforementioned tax credits granted to new EV buyers. Taking the one-time $7,500 federal tax credit effectively reduces the Leaf’s original sticker price to $26,112. Based on the above noted resale value, that means the Leaf retains more like a near-average 36 percent of its original MSRP after five years. And it gets better if you live in a state that grants additional tax breaks for buying an EV,EVs from Tesla, on the other hand, tend to hold onto their original values much more tenaciously. According to KBB, a 2013 Model S sedan can be expected to retain as much as 70 percent of its original $59,900 MSRP. This is most likely because the operating range of even the original Model S from 2012 remains competitive at an estimated 265 miles, and its forward-looking styling still seems fresh.USED EV COSTSTrue penny-pinchers can save the most money by choosing a used EV instead of a new one. They’re dirt cheap in the pre-owned market, given their sub-par resale values. For example, used-car listings on MYEV.com show several five-year-old Nissan Leafspriced at around $8,000 or less with average miles on the odometer. Meanwhile, KBB says a similarly sized gas-fueled 2013 Toyota Corolla should go for around $11,000. Plus, the Leaf would still save an owner around $900 a year in energy costs over the Corolla.Source: MYEV.com Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on October 4, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News
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Coca-Cola HBC appoints Zoran Bogdanovic as chief executivePosted By: News Deskon: December 07, 2017In: Appointments, Beverage, Business, Industries, Soft drinksPrintEmailCoca-Cola HBC has today announced the appointment of Zoran Bogdanovic as the company’s new CEO with immediate effect.He succeeds Dimitris Lois, who died in October, aged 56, having been chief executive of the European bottler since 2011.Bogdanovic is currently a region director, responsible for operations in 12 countries and has been a member of Coca-Cola HBC’s operating committee since 2013.He joined Coca-Cola HBC in 1996 and has held a number of senior leadership positions, including general manager of the company’s operations in Croatia, Switzerland and Greece.At the company’s next general meeting of shareholders, Bogdanovic will be nominated as an executive director on the board of directors of Coca-Cola HBC.Coca-Cola HBC chairman of the board of directors Anastassis David said: “Following a thorough process and benchmarking exercise, the board is delighted to announce Zoran’s appointment as chief executive officer.“Zoran has a track record of delivering results in diverse markets across our territories. His ability to bring out the best in people and apply innovative thinking to new challenges make him the ideal choice to lead Coca-Cola HBC through its growth era.“On behalf of the board, I would like to thank Michalis Imellos for his excellent stewardship of our business during the interim period.”Coca-Cola HBC announced in September that Dimitris Lois was to take a leave of absence to undergo treatment for an undisclosed medical condition. Anastassis David said the company was ‘deeply saddened’ by his death.Share with your network: Tags: Coca-Cola HBC
After weeks and weeks of analysis and projections, Atlético de Madrid decided that it also had a voice and vote in the Champions League knockout round against Liverpool. And, on the grass, it turned out that the mattresses not only looked the fearsome champion in force, but also challenged him with a pulse and bent his arm. And suddenly, team of the ‘Cholo’ Simeone travels to Anfield with advantage. There is nothing decided (just take a look back at Turin a year ago), but the mood blow is incalculable in the Metropolitan.The one who came out in all the photos was an old acquaintance, Saul. The lucky relationship of the ‘8’ with the goals in the big events had a new episode against the ‘reds’, manipulated during much of the game by an Atlético who knew how to exploit his weaknesses and block all his abundant dangers. In a demonstration of character, enduring the sections of Liverpool’s insistence and very successful in the counterattack, the rojiblanco team took the first assault of the fight. If the locals dreamed of a perfect start to the game, their wishes would probably have been less ambitious than what reality gave them: with only five minutes left, Saul, the one on the big occasions, found the ball loose in the small area After a rejection. The ‘8’ just had to push her inside. The VAR confirmed that the goal was legal and that Liverpool had to row. Klopp cost them. Before an opponent spurred by a boiling Metropolitan, the English team was without ideas against the defensive approach of Atletico. With Alexander-Arnold and Robertson of extremes, the ‘reds’ could only stockpile vertical play, a facet that mattresses dominate. Salah, Firmino and Mané tried, unsuccessfully, to find space, to breathe between defenders.In fact, it was Atlético who created a greater danger. The cons, taking advantage of the speed of Correa and Lemar (the surprise of the eleven of the ‘Cholo’) carried greater poison than the static of the ‘Pool’. First, a Lodi center that Robertson cleared in the last breath leaving Koke on the point of goal. Then, a shot from Morata granted by Van Dijk after a bad clearance and stopped Alisson.Half an hour had passed when Liverpool surfaced. The warnings were from Henderson and Fabinho with two shots too high from the front. And the scare for Atlético was through Salah, after a rebound play by Firmino and Mané. received in the area on his profile good. A death sentence … stopped by Felipe’s body.At the exit of the locker room, Atlético was about to return to grace. It was in two consecutive cons in which he did not enjoy the clairvoyance necessary to close the pass behind Correa and Llorente. And Liverpool tried to shake off the pressure by attacking fiercely. Mané was no longer there, which seemed ‘touched’, and Origi did not improve the landscape too much. Salah resumed hostilities, but his header went slightly off. Atletico, somewhat gripped as the minutes ran, was losing strength up and Liverpool began to gain meters. The feeling of overwhelm was real, but the ‘reds’ were inaccurate with the ball, obfuscated in the last meters. His usual solution, the vertical game, was never the right one. In those, Morata was 2-0, but alone, he finished himself in a great pass from Lodi. The ‘9’, which had rival giant Van Dijk in the air game, would later be injured. Vitolo and Diego Costa entered, and Klopp also took Salah away, who didn’t take it too well. Later, the German would do the same with Henderson, injured minutes after brushing the goal in a good filtration behind Lodi’s back.Time passed and the locals, who did not see Oblak perform any miracles, began to take a breath. With Liverpool dumped with more heart than head, those of Simeone could scratch against one another, but the lack of ideas and oxygen weighed on the legs of the ‘Cholo’ troop, which had already done its thing. The next battle will be in Anfield. An even greater challenge that will take Atlético to the limit. Data sheet: Atlético de Madrid: Oblak, Lodi, Vrsaljko, Felipe, Savic, Saúl, Thomas, Koke, Lemar (Llorente 46 ‘), Correa (Diego Costa 77’) and Morata (Vitolo 70 ‘).Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Robertson, Van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Henderson (Milner 79 ‘), Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Salah (Oxlade-Chamberlain 72’), Mané (Origi 46 ‘) and Firmino. Goals: 1-0 Saul (min 5)Referee: Szymon Marciniak, Polish. Yellow card with Mané, Joe Gomez and Correa Stadium: Metropolitan. 02/18/2020 – 22:53 | 23:28 – 02/18/20 Photo: EFE A goal of ‘8’ in the initial section gives victory to Simeone (1-0)The current champion was gray and without ideas in the MetropolitanAnfield, new challenge thinking about the history of Turin