Aaron Gordon is a senior writer for Motherboard.
"A slow-rolling erosion shitstorm is coming to coastal SoCal. In fact, it already started."
Words that imply strong emission reduction policies have adopted slippery meanings intended to imply companies are doing more to reduce emissions than they actually are.
A new bill proposes up to $4,500 additional discounts for electric vehicles manufactured in the U.S. by union labor. Companies that build their cars with non-union labor are real mad.
Experts and industry leaders say the U.S. needs to build hundreds of thousands of EV chargers to assuage range anxiety concerns. But it's far from clear that would work, or that it's even necessary.
In 2019, a burned-out carcass of a Tesla Model X was found on a frozen lake in Vermont. Prosecutors allege it was part of an unsophisticated theft scheme gone wrong.
Welcome to the Climate Change Era.
"Human beings are terrible at prediction generally, and maybe especially at technological prediction."
The crash occurred days after federal regulators announced a probe into this very type of crash.
Shipping giant Maersk says it bought eight ships that could be carbon neutral using "green methanol." But experts say such a thing is "extremely unlikely."
After years of looking the other way, regulators might finally be getting around to caring about Tesla's deceptive self-driving claims.