A project just funded by the U.S. Department of Energy will continue to research and develop EV battery technology that could soon bring about the 500 mile range electric car.
Tesla Motors Powers Up Quickly In Europe
Tesla Motors ramps up its game in Europe as it opens a new final assembly plant and Supercharger network while also distributing Model S vehicles to new owners.
Regenerative Energy Car Tech Spreads To Suspension Systems
Regenerative braking to return energy to a vehicle’s battery is being joined by a new form of recovery technology based in a car’s suspension system.
Zero Emissions Renaissance Comes To Houston, Of All Places
Two pilot projects happening in the Houston-Galveston area look to replace traditional gas guzzling delivery trucks with zero emissions options.
VW Readies e-up!, e-Golf EVs For Mass Production
Volkswagen moves into electric vehicle mass production as it readies two world debuts for the Frankfurt Auto Show in September.
Fast Electric Car Charger Growth To Explode
Fast charging stations for “refueling” your electric car are on the rise, but different charger standards could have an impact on overall growth.
Singapore To Let The Robots Drive The Electric Shuttle
A coalition of partners in Singapore unveil an autonomous electric shuttle based transportation system that will take passengers around a two kilometer route.
BMW i8 Plug-In Hybrid Could Get 95 Miles Per Gallon
BMW releases technical information on its upcoming i8 plug-in hybrid as it prepares the car for a 2014 debut.
What’s The Impact Of Electric Cars In Southern California?
One of California’s largest utilities releases information on the habits of its plug-in electric vehicle customers, giving interesting insights.
On The Go Wireless EV Charging Tested In South Korea
A groundbreaking wireless electric vehicle charging technology that works on the go enters greater field trials via being equipped on mass transit buses.
European Electric Micro Car Can Drive On Solar Alone
Researchers in Europe develop a micro electric car prototype capable of traveling up to 12 miles or so on solar power alone.
United Kingdom Funds Hundreds Of New Electric Car Chargers
The United Kingdom, fresh on the heels of a £1 billion public/private partnership for a low carbon vehicle future, announces £37 million to support building out hundreds of EV chargers.
BMW i3 Takes Center Stage As Newest Electric Car
BMW formally takes the wraps off the i3, its over $41,000 electric car that marks its entry into the mass production green vehicle market.
Japan, Automakers Go All In On Massive EV Charging Plan
Japan puts up over $1.025 billion in subsidies for installation of EV charging facilities, and Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors collaborate on how to get it done.