BYD, an automotive company from China, continues to see amazing success with its plug in vehicle efforts everywhere, including in Europe and Latin America.
A new extended range electric taxi will debut in London in early 2014 as a trial to offer more zero emissions transportation options.
Two universities have unveiled an electric taxi concept that has good range and a very quick recharge time that could help address emissions issues in big tropical cities.
South America’s largest electric taxi fleet, to the tune of 45 vehicles, comes to life in Bogota, Colombia.
Natural Resources Defense Council takes a look at how Ssowly but surely, our country’s taxicab fleets are shifting to cleaner, greener vehicles.
Chinese automaker BYD, in a bid to grow public fleet electric vehicle sales, begins offering zero down incentives on its electric taxis and buses in China.
Chinese automaker BYD has partnered with London green minicab company greentomatocars to put 50 all-electric minicabs on that city’s streets by next year.
A taxi cab company in Virginia, pending local approval, plans to offer up what is said to be among the first all-electric fleets of cabs in the nation.
The choice of Nissan to supply electric vehicles to be used as cabs in New York City has provoked a debate over the type of fast-charging stations the city will install.
Taxi-E, a private taxi company in Amsterdam, aims to add 100 electric Nissan Leafs to its 10-car EV fleet by next year, with help from subsidies.
New York City joins up with Nissan to test six 2012 Nissan Leaf hatchbacks in taxi service, and is looking for anyone who’s interested in taking part.