People Are Buying Electric Cars in Bulk to Get Cheaper Prices
‘Electronauts’ are laying the groundwork for EV adoption.
It’s Way Too Hard to Buy an Electric Car in Canada
Buying an EV in Canada is five times harder than in the US, a new report finds.
These 250 Worldwide Events Will Convince You to Get an Electric Car
Drive Electric Week wants to sell the EV revolution better than any salesperson could.
EV Charging Sites Might Become as Common as Gas Stations in California
And in Washington, and New York, and Vermont, and Florida, and Hawaii, and Utah, and Wyoming, and Maryland and Idaho...
Lyft Wants to Create a Fleet of Driverless Cars That Won’t Cut Jobs
Rideshare companies now have to navigate future uncertainties around mobility, the future of work and sustainability.
The Most Advanced Car at Formula E Isn't Built for People
Is the future of racing driverless?
I Saw the Future of Transportation at New York’s First Electric Car Race
Formula E is an international circuit designed to race cars that are changing the automotive industry.
In the New Budget, Liberals Tout a Canada of Electric Cars, Connectivity
Whether they'll be able to keep their promises is another question
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Nissan Disables App that Let Hackers Drain the Battery on Its Electric Car
The company reacts after researchers revealed hackers could take control of air conditioned system and download driver’s trip history.
How an Oklahoma Oilman Became a Champion for Electric Vehicles
“This is the drivetrain of the future. This is the new cell phone.”
Smart Parking Meters Will Be Charging Your Gas-Guzzler More
In an effort to reduce Madrid's pollution, the new meters will charge less efficient cars 20 percent more to park.
To Keep Electric Cars Powered, the Grid Needs To Be 'Omniscient'
How to share volts without melting down the power infrastructure every night.