4 hrs ago | Daily Policy Digest
The government recently said that the fuel cost for an electric vehicle is only about one-third of the cost to fuel a gasoline vehicle for the same distance, but that Energy Department formula leaves out some key financial and environmental factors in the overall cost of owning an electric vehicle, says USA Today.
8 hrs ago | The Auto Channel
EDITORS NOTE: If California and other well-meaning States mandated that high-test E85 replace regular E10 gasoline, all of this Zero Emission and MPG Bull crap would become meaningless.
12 hrs ago | Time
Electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf and Honda Fit EV used to languish on dealership lots for months.
17 hrs ago | WBTV
In fact, as cars change over the next 12 years to meet much tougher fuel-economy rules, automakers will likely do their best to keep the changes invisible.
19 hrs ago | AutoSpies
Electric plug-in vehicles, such as the Chevrolet Volt, will achieve the affordability of a traditional car in 2020, but only if the government cements a $7,500 tax credit for the vehicles, a Congressional Budget Office analyst said on Monday.
22 hrs ago | Triple Pundit
Most people don't think of Sierra Club as the place to go for information about new technology.
23 hrs ago | Scientific American
PECAN STREET: A new development near Austin, Texas boasts the largest concentration of electric car owners in the U.S. There's a street in Austin, Texas, where the residents have agreed to be the test subjects for a renewable energy and smart grid future - and it's named after a nut.
Yesterday | Cockeyed.com
The fuel is cheaper . Gasoline is $3.70 per gallon. Electricity is $1.08 for 9 Kilowatt/hours.
An electric car, is a car which operates on a renewable and sustainable source of power.
Nissan Motor Co.' s take-no-prisoners approach to gaining U.S. market share has the auto industry worried that a price war is brewing that will erode the profit progress made since the recession ravaged auto sales.
Amid great fanfare two years ago, Barry Smitherman, then the Public Utility Commission chairman, bought a plug-in Chevrolet Volt .
Sure, plenty of the stuff he likes isn't overly green, but at least he can't drive his massive collection of cars all at once.
Automakers are coming under increasing pressure to sell zero-emission vehicles to U.S. consumers who haven't shown much interest in them, with more states following California's lead in setting sales targets.
The coach in the huddle would string together a litany of truisms. You know, "there's no "i" in team," "giving 110 percent," or "being the best you can be."
BMW's gas-electric hybrid 3-Series sedan answers a question that few BMW owners or aspirants have asked: Yes, it is possible.