The collapse of Henry Ford’s first car company did not mean that the world would never want his product. And the demise of Fisker does not condemn the electric vehicle (EV) to certain failure.
The vultures are circling the carcass of Fisker Automotive as it misses a DOE loan payment and the federal agency seizes money to recoup the investment.
Fisker’s struggles have not dampened the administration’s clean energy ambitions even as it looks as if the DOE-backed automaker is on its last legs.
Green Car Reports takes a look at one of the more minor items of destruction from Hurricane Sandy – a group of Fisker Automotive cars that caught fire and burned to the ground
Green Car Reports takes a look at comments made by Republican candidate Mitt Romney around electric-car companies during the final presidential debate earlier this week.
Green Car Reports talks about plans now delayed by Fisker Automotive to produce its forthcoming mid-size Atlantic plug-in hybrid.
Did the stimulus finance car building in Finland and wind turbines in China, as Paul Ryan claimed in the vice presidential debate? Not quite.