by Joaquim Moreira Salles Posted on October 11, 2014 Updated: October 12, 2014
The dual motor Model S is the most powerful Tesla yet. It also has the highest range.
by Katie Valentine Posted on October 9, 2014
Plus, electric vehicle sales are up in the U.S., and the percentage of Americans who drive to work is down.
by Emily Atkin Posted on August 31, 2014
Investment pundits think that Tesla Motors is on the verge of achieving something big: A battery cheap enough to make electric vehicles cost-competitive with conventional cars.
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 28, 2014
The city of London is testing out hybrid buses that can wirelessly recharge their batteries at bus stops, while British rail operators are trying out purely battery-powered trains.
by Joe Romm Posted on August 25, 2014
While electric vehicles have experienced a marketplace renaissance in the last decade, hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles have not. This post examines why -- and why that's great news for climate hawks.
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 24, 2014 Updated: August 25, 2014
According to UBS, the combined effect of solar power, battery technology, and electric vehicles could render centralized electricity generation from fossil fuels economically obsolete.
by Ari Phillips Posted on August 14, 2014
Ford is planning to build a solar canopy covering 360 parking spaces at their world headquarters near Detroit, Michigan.
by Joe Romm Posted on August 13, 2014
Why would anyone buy a hydrogen car anytime soon?
by Jeff Spross Posted on August 8, 2014 Updated: August 22, 2014
Here in the United States, sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids reached a cumulative total of 64,996 in July of this year, almost 75 percent over where they were in July of 2013.
by Joe Romm Posted on August 5, 2014
When natural gas is used to fuel hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, from a greenhouse gas perspective there is no competition between pure electrics and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.