By Alan Pyke on February 14, 2014
Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant may unionize. The company wants it to happen, but Republicans are threatening to make life hard for workers if it does.
By Ryan Koronowski on January 6, 2014
16 different plug-in models are currently available, and with more on the way, those numbers could jump again in 2014.
By Alan Pyke on December 10, 2013
The government sold its last remaining shares of GM on Monday, reducing the bailout's total cost to $10.5 billion -- but that's not the whole story.
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By Kiley Kroh on December 3, 2013
Nissan is taking its electric vehicle to the next level, pioneering a new system that will enable companies to regulate their electricity bills by tapping into the electric vehicles their employees are driving to work.
By Jeff Spross on November 18, 2013
Everything you need to know about renewable fuel standard, the blend wall, and the ongoing slugfest over America’s burgeoning biofuel industry.
By Andrew Breiner on October 25, 2013
A driverless future seems to be mostly a question of “when?” But is policy that will determine whether the driverless car will cut carbon emissions, not the technology itself.
By Andrew Breiner on September 10, 2013
Higher fuel efficiency standards are spurring development of hybrid and electric vehicles, on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
By Jeff Spross on August 27, 2013
Moniz came out swinging for clean energy loans, with a big policy speech in New York City and a hint that his agency may revive its auto loan program.
By Jeff Spross on July 29, 2013
This tops off a two-and-a-half year surge that saw the sale of over 110,000 electric cars throughout the country.
By Ryan Koronowski on May 22, 2013