Center for American Progress talks about how sales of fuel efficient vehicles, such as the Chevy Volt, helped GM with amazing sales in 2012.
GM celebrates two years of the Chevy Volt, noting drivers of this vehicle in combination have driven over 100 million miles and learned a few things along the way.
There’s a lot of life left in old Chevy Volt batteries, and GM and ABB have a prototype power supply and grid power balancing system to prove it.
Transportation Nation reports on an app Chevy is developing that would help Volt owners track exactly how much — or how little — it costs to recharge their cars.
Green Car Reports ponders the question of whether or not the 2013 Chevrolet Volt could offer one planning to retire everything they need in a car.
AOL Energy reports on whether or not GM’s recent decision to temporarily halt Volt production is a sign that America isn’t ready for electric vehicles.
Green Car Reports takes a look at recent data suggesting drivers of the 2012 Chevy Volt are more satisfied with their new car than any other compact car buyer at the moment.
The Pecan Street project in Austin, Texas, studying mass deployment of green technologies to residents, adds a group of Chevy Volts to the mix to observe grid impacts.
A recent Kelley Blue Book report suggest that, despite a decline in national gas prices, sales of vehicles like the Prius and Volt continue to remain strong.
Green Car Reports takes a look at plug-in car sales figures for June 2012, noting the Chevy Volt continues to outsell the Nissan Leaf.
April was a decent month for the Chevy Volt and a rough one for the Nissan Leaf, while Toyota’s Prius Plug-In Hybrid sold well.