Round Two of the assault on electric cars by the Koch Brothers funded pressure group Fueling US Forward is now live on YouTube. Watch it so see how many lies you can find in this carefully crafted hit piece.
Ben Van Beurden, the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, says his next new car will be a plug-in hybrid. He currently drives a diesel. Will wonders never cease?
France has announced a plan to ban the sale of cars with internal combustion engines by 2040 as part of its commitment to the goals of the Paris climate accords.
ExxonMobil says it now favors a carbon tax, but one that will not alter its bottom line. It’s progress, but only barely so.
This 11th and final article pulled from Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want — a new report from CleanTechnica, EV Obsession, and GAS2 — is a summary of the whole report. Of course, I encourage you to read through the entire report, at least in parts here on CleanTechnica (where you can also dive into the comments under […]
In our 5th article pulled from Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want — a new report from CleanTechnica, EV Obsession, and GAS2 — I’m jumping into some of the best things about electric cars. Let’s skip and jump through some of the key reasons respondents are interested in EVs, as well as some of the ways greater interest […]
Originally published on EV Obsession. The topic/title I was given for my presentation at the EV Transportation & Technology Summit was “EV R&D and the Future.” You can jump right into the presentation below. In addition to that, or alternatively, you can read more about the backstory and a summary of the presentation in the text below […]
We here at CleanTechnica, EV Obsession, and GAS2 are launching our first report. It’s a report that was made possible by the thousands of readers who completed a handful of surveys we created to dive deeper into the electric car market. I think the report, Electric Cars: What Early Adopters & First Followers Want, fills a number of important […]
Alberta has announced sweeping new guidelines intended to limit tar sands emissions. It will close coal fired plants and adopt a carbon pricing plan.
New studies indicate that fossil fuels companies can no longer pretend it’s “business as usual” after this year.
According to petroleum industry experts in 1975, the last barrel of oil would be extracted from the ground in 2015. Did we run out of oil? No, we did not.
There is speculation in every direction surrounding the newly falling oil prices we are seeing. Is there a globally-minded motive behind OPEC maintaining its production levels despite the falling prices? Will North American oil companies have to cut back if this trend continues? What will happen if prices continue to fall dramatically? The most relevant question in this community is, how will the decrease in gas prices affect the electric vehicle market?
Ah, society — takes us decades to turn a simple, life-saving corner. Subsidizing fossil fuels in the 21st century has got to be one of the dumbest things society has ever done… (and we’ve done a lot of dumb things). We have cheaper alternatives that don’t kill us and cause all kinds of health problems […]
Originally published on EV Obsession. In the latest of a very long line of accolades and distinctions that the Tesla Model S has carved out for itself during the last few years, the highly regarded electric vehicle (EV) was recently named by Motor Trend as one of the “10 Greatest American Cars of All Time.” […]
As oil production in Uintah County Utah has grown, so has the rate of infant death in the surrounding area. Are oil companies killing babies with dirty air?
Despite 4% of the world’s oil production being offline, weak demand has kept prices steady. Good news for consumers, but bad news for oil companies.
The latest BP global oil reserve estimates gives the world just 53.3 years of easy energy left. After that, the crystal ball gets fuzzy.
It looks like the Canadian tar sands will find a way to f- up Earth’s oceans whether the Keystone XL goes through or not. Meet the Northen Gateway Pipeline.
The Mexican, American, and Canadian governments are gearing up for a Mexican oil and fracking boom, but cartels controlling the territory are in the way.
The link betwee oil and natural gas fracking and uilding-damaging earthquakes has been confirmed by a number of seismic experts in this recent report.