Internet Electric Vehicle (EV) Discussion List and Related Resources
Last updated 2005.12.17
EVDL (including Mailing List,
Archive, Newsgroup and FTP Site)
The Internet Electric Vehicle Discussion Mailing List is a means of exchanging information about electric vehicles via Internet e-mail. Subscribers to this service will receive e-mail from other participants on a continuing basis. E-mails can come as separate items, or condensed into a digest (once a day). The EVDL is the focal point of an international community of EV experts and enthusiasts, and has spawned a number of related facilities and resources. All of this comes as a result of the volunteer efforts of those involved.
The Electric Vehicle Discussion Mailing List is intended to provide a forum to discuss the current state of the art and future direction of electric vehicles. It is not intended to discuss either EV appropriateness or comparisons with other transportation primary drive modes such as the venerable internal combustion engine. Those "discussions" are best relegated to the appropriate usenet newsgroup.
[Site no longer exists: http://www.evdl.org/] Instructions on how to use the
EV Discussion List including:
[Site no longer exists: http://www.repp.org/discussion/ev/] More current EVDL Archive site
If you have difficulties of any kind with the list, do not send e-mail to the entire list. Instead, direct e-mails about the list to the list manager at email@example.com.
The EV list Yahoo Group is just a place to provide an archive for the EV list. You can go there to search and lookup archived EV posts. Signing up for it will let you see the EV files there but it IS NOT the EV email list. Posting to the Yahoo EV group DOES NOT reach the EV list. http://www.egroups.com/list/ev/
[Site no longer exists: http://www.infoev.com/faq/] EVDL FAQs at InfoEV.com
(courtesy Wilde Evolutions)
As electric vehicles and the Web have both become more popular over the past decade, it's pretty much impossible to keep up with the moving and disappearance of the old, let alone the arrival of the new. These are sites that have survived for many years, but an Internet search will likely find many more now.
Link has bit-rotted: http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/1049/nice.html] Alex's
Electric Car Page
List of Electric Car Links
The EV Trading
There are also mailing lists for specific types of vehicles that you can join.
To subscribe to the Elec-Trak (electric tractors) list, send an
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the body
of the message put "subscribe". To unsubscribe send to
the same address and put "unsubscribe" in the body of
the message. Elec-Trak was the name of the line made by General
Electric in the 1970's, but similar vehicles made by Wheel Horse,
John Deere, New Idea, International Harvester and others are also
Jet Electravan 600
To subscribe to the Jet Electravan 600 Owners list, send an e-mail to email@example.com and in the body of the message put "subscribe EV600-L". To unsubscribe send to the same address and say "unsubscribe EV600-L". The Electravans were a series of vehicles converted to electric power by Jet Industries in Texas in the late 1970's and early 1980's in Texas. The Electravan 600 was based on a small Subaru van.
For other Jet Industries vehicles, check out the [Yahoo! killed groups: http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/jet_ev/] Jet discussion list at Yahoo Groups.
General Motors (Saturn) EV-1
To subscribe to lists for the General Motors EV-1, the Honda EV+, or (electric) power assisted bicycles, follow the instructions posted here.
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