ABOUT EV WORLD
EV World commenced publication officially on January 1, 1998.
Our objective -- then as now -- is to provide a human face to the topic of sustainable transportation with a focus on the people and policy, as well
The site has continued to steadily grow in readership over the years with little promotion, other than word-of-mouth. We currently entertain more than 15-20,000 visitors daily from around the world who download from more than 20-30,000 pages of information every day.
EV World relies largely on the voluntary efforts of a small cadre of
dedicated electric vehicle (EV) enthusiasts and professionals who
contribute material, information and moral support to the publication.
We are based in Omaha, Nebraska in the heartland of America where we are a
strictly an online publication, making us very lean and green. We currently do not
print a paper version of the publication, although we launched in 2011 a digital i-mag called Insider Illustrated for mobile devices.
With the launch in early 2013, the website is also now more mobile friendly.
EV World's publisher and editor in chief is J. William "Bill" Moore. Bill is a former minister who left the clergy to pursue a career in
journalism and marketing. He became involved in the Internet in 1993,launching his first website in September 1994. Three years later, he
started EV World, eventually winning a one-year grant from the Energy Foundation.
As of January 2004, EV World is largely a subscription-driven publication with
free news and article archives. The annual scription fee is $49.00US.
EV World also maintaines several 'sister' web sites, including ElectricCarProgress.com and our new 'bricks 'n mortar' commercial spin-off, ePEDALER.com, whose mission is to get more of us Americans off our car seats and onto electric-assist bicycle saddles for economic, environmental, community and personal health reasons. See our online brochure to learn more.
J. William Moore Publisher, Editor-in-Chief
01  339-9877
P.O. Box 461132
Papillion, Nebraska 68046
01  584-2723