Over the past two years, the interest in Tesla has soared. Featuring well-priced vehicles that provide up to 300 miles of range on a single charge, Tesla is surely the frontrunner of the electric vehicle (EV) revolution.

Yet beyond Tesla, plenty of other companies are vying for their piece of the EV market. With innovative new ideas aided by the world’s desire to curb greenhouse gas emissions, these companies have a bright future in the EV space.

1. Canoo

Whether you love them or hate them, Canoo’s lineup of EVs is sure to turn some heads. Featuring a futuristic-looking full-size van, a minivan, and a truck, the company aims to bring EVs to the masses.4 Companies Making the EV Transition Possible

In the past few years, Canoo has developed a modular electric platform that’s purpose-built to provide maximum interior space while also offering a range of up to 250 miles. Moreover, Canoo allows you to rent its vehicles on a carsharing basis in the future. Just download the app, reserve your vehicle, and you’re ready to go.

Canoo is also moving its headquarters from California to Bentonville, Arkansas, also known as the home of Wal-Mart. With this move, rumors are swirling that Canoo will become the vehicle provider of Wal-Mart’s “last mile” delivery service. So if you see a Canoo delivering your groceries in the future, don’t be surprised.

2. Lucid

Although Tesla is marketed as a luxury car, it can’t touch the opulence that EV-maker Lucid provides. With a price point of $75,000, the Lucid Air is perhaps the world’s most luxurious EV. In 2021, the EV earned the coveted Motor Trend Car of the Year Award, putting it on the radar of enthusiasts and average car-buyers alike.

While the company has only delivered 520 units, the technology and features speak for themselves. Offering nearly 500 miles of range on a single charge, expansive interior space, trunks in both the front and the back, and an end-to-end sunroof that puts other cars to shame, the Lucid Air brings the California-based automaker to the forefront of the EV revolution.

3. ChargePoint

Founded in 2007, ChargePoint is to EV charging what Tesla is to EVs. As the first major company to produce electric charging stations, the company has 18,000 charging stations from coast to coast.

Moreover, ChargePoint aims to change how businesses look at EV charging. The company currently has 76% of Fortune 500 companies on their list of clients, making a marked impact on the availability of charging and pushing the idea as a perk to potential employees.

ChargePoint also has a list of accolades and accomplishments to its credit, including the reduction of 462,000 metric tons of greenhouse gases, the first company to have Energy Star-certified charging stations, and over 20 awards from CNBC, Goldman Sachs, and the World Economic Forum.

If you own a business that you want to make EV-friendly or you just want to own an EV for yourself, our team of renewable energy consultants at 3 Phases Renewables makes the transition seamless. With tons of knowledge on products, tax breaks, and other solutions, you can make head waves of your own in the EV space.  Give us a call to schedule a private appointment and let’s discuss all the options available for your business.