A research firm rates the Nissan Leaf to be the cleanest car in America based upon a variety of different factors.
Tesla, in its latest earnings report, announces how it plans to continue its growth in electric vehicle marketshare in the 2014 fiscal year.
A new electric vehicle charging network planned for Delaware will be coordinated by a university in partnership with the state.
Bob Lutz, formerly an advisor to Via Motors and one of those behind the Chevy Volt, becomes the company’s chairman.
A new zero emissions mass transit project planned for Japan will make use of electric buses and, later this, year solar energy tied to grid storage.
The state of Mass. gets its first public level 3 fast charger for electric cars, capable of an 80 percent charge in 30 minutes.
Rinspeed, ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, takes a Model S and dresses it up to answer the question of what you’ll do in the car as robots drive you around.
ABB and new Chinese automotive brand Denza team up on a long term agreement to bring many new EV fast chargers to China.
Volkswagen has begun sales of its e-Golf compact electric car in Germany, bringing to market a new mass production EV.
Cenntro Motor has unveiled a new electric utility truck offering with a 50 mile range that may draw a parallel or two to Volkswagen’s iconic panel van.
The maker of the Prius Plug-in Hybrid is testing in Japan a new wireless technology that aims to cut the cable associated with electric vehicle charging.