IC Bus is donating one of its hybrid models to a school in Massachusetts for winning its “America’s Greenest School” contest.
Chevrolet says it will have demonstration models of the Volt available for test-drive in all fifty states by the end of the year.
The IEEE and the SAE have agreed to work together for standards that relate to how electric vehicles connect to the smart grid.
A new report from J.D. Power and Associates suggests green vehicle sales will grow, but remain low compared to the rest of the market over the next five years.
Green Lite Motors is typical of the wide range of niche green car manufacturers springing up around the country. We interview them to learn about their offering.
A secondary school in British Columbia, Canada was recently given a plug-in hybrid bus in honor of a student’s video entry to a manufacturer’s contest.
Toyota has announced that its upcoming plug-in hybrid version of the popular Prius is now available for priority registration.
Audi released details of its new plug-in hybrid concept car, called the A3 e-tron, at this year’s Auto Shanghai convention.
The university city of Umea, Sweden is said to be debuting the world’s first fast charging rechargeable plug-in hybrid bus called the Arctic Whisper.
The Institute of Physics, along with MIT and the University of Texas, has published a study suggesting the best time to charge electric vehicles is at night.
Kelley Blue Book has released its 2011 choices for the Top 10 Green Cars, with the top three being the Leaf, Volt and Prius, respectively.