Myths about electric cars are everywhere. Here is the straight scoop to help you separate fact from fiction.
International EV stories captured our attentions this week at Gas2, with several moves being made across the globe that bring EV technology and policies into current discussions.
eNow has completed testing of a solar powered refrigeration unit for trucks that slashes emissions compared to conventional diesel powered units.
The city of Paris wants to embark on an ambitious program of investments and incentives to convince residents to switch from conventional cars to electric vehicles by 2030.
Electric cars in Norway are presently exempt from registration taxes that can go as high as 100% of the purchase price on conventional cars, but a new proposal based on vehicle weight could add as much as $12,000 to the price of new electric car like the Tesla Model X.
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have found that riding an electric bicycle three times a week for at least 40 minutes improves cardiovascular health and lowers blood sugar.
Seven western states have agreed to cooperate to build fast charging stations along major transportation corridors, funded in part by money from the Volkswagen diesel cheating scandal.
Cruise Automation has purchased Strobe, a startup company that says it has made a “LIDAR on a chip” that cost 99% less than traditional LIDAR sensors.
Batteries, my friend, batteries. That’s what readers wanted to hear about this week on Gas2.
Sergio Marchionne says electric cars will make carbon emissions worse, not better. What is this man smoking?
The Chrysler Pacific Hybrid may be the perfect eco-vehicle for families with lots of kids and stuff to haul around without burning a lot of gasoline.
This story about Elon Musk and Tesla was first published by CleanTechnica The natives are restless in Teslaland. Model 3 production is not what people expected it to be and that has some folks worried. Is there a problem we don’t know about? Is this another Model X situation where full production doesn’t ramp up […]