Ecotricity has unveiled an all-electric sports car which is powered by the company’s network of wind turbines and can hit 170 miles per hour.
Better Place, in conjunction with local councils and officials, as well as Yellow Cab Cooperative and Yellow Checker Cab, will bring electric cabs to Frisco.
Troubled X Prize winner Li-ion Motors shows off an electric vehicle that challenges the Tesla Roadster Sport, going zero-to-sixty in 3.4 seconds.
South Carolina has apparently chosen a new company to get its electric vehicle charging infrastructure up and running by turning to Eaton Corporation.
Panasonic invests $30 million in EV start up Tesla, and the pair will work on battery packs designed and assembled by Tesla using Panasonic’s battery cells.
The EcoCAR 2: Plugging Into the Future competition challenges universities to minimize the environmental impact of a GM vehicle by converting it to electric.
GM is planning to hold an online educational activity for middle schoolers around the country so it can talk with them about its future transportation vision.
J.D. Power says electric vehicles are “more hope than reality,” forecasts modest growth to 7.3 percent of passenger vehicles sold in 2020.
Nissan plans to install in the Leaf an advanced information system which will work both in car and remotely to optimize the electric car driving experience.
Nissan has unveiled an all-electric concept vehicle which focuses upon a sustainable zero-emission society based around driving shorter distances.
ECOtality unveiled blueprints for southern Arizona charging locations and announced plans to install 230 Level 2 and 10 DC Blink Fast Chargers by summer 2011.