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.
A thorny ethical issue divides electric vehicle owners: is it ever OK to unplug another car to plug in your own?
Unlike all those other electric cars?
Even though it's typically better for the environment to use products as long as you can, in this case the answer is probably yes.
Electricity is everywhere, but getting the necessary permits, utility hookups, and other red tape is slowing down our EV infrastructure.
‘Electronauts’ are laying the groundwork for EV adoption.
China joined the growing ranks of countries that have pledged to completely phase out gas- and diesel-fueled cars for electric ones in an effort to slow global warming.
No gasoline, no dirty oil changes, no internal combustion engine, no having to deal with politicians withdrawing from a multi-national environmental call to action.
EV Fees could curb the country's gradual switch to cleaner cars.
It's just not clear how long it will take for viable electric cars to trickle down to the masses.
New nanoscale imaging technology will let researchers pinpoint why the batteries that power our electronics run out of steam so fast.