Nissan announces plans to develop vehicles powered by ethanol fuel cells, which would generate hydrogen within the vehicle.
Volkswagen announced Thursday a far-reaching plan to stake the company's future on battery electric vehicles. The automaker aims to sell between 2 million and 3 million of those cars, up to 25 percent of its total vehicle sales.
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Chile's success in establishing solar farms has led to low energy prices for the country. But the low prices will affect power companies' ability to collect revenue and could dampen growth in coming years, critics say.
After a few months of testing alongside a considerably more glamorous Tesla Model S, the LAPD has committed to an order for 100 of BMW's electric cars.
The new leader of Hyundai's Genesis luxury brand believes electric cars will be an important part of its future product strategy.
San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) is the latest electric utility to support the expansion of electric-car charging infrastructure.
Renault, a French automaker, has amped up its marketing of electric cars, hoping to take advantage of gas shortage in France.
Volkswagen is targeting sales of 1 million electric cars within 10 years. To supply battery cells for all of those cars, the German media is reporting that Volkswagen may build a battery factory.
The question of whether Apple is working on an actual electric car, or just software of some kind for future cars, continues to be a topic of hot debate in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. Apple may also (or instead) be working on another element of electric cars: the charging station.
The latest maker to join the parade of increased electric-range announcements is Ford, for the 2017 model of its Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid mid-size sedan.
There's an energy battle brewing in Nevada. On one side is electric utility NV Energy, owned by billionaire Warren Buffett. On the other is SolarCity, the solar-power company owned by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
China already aims to cut its horrific urban air pollution by aggressively promoting electric cars and implementing stricter fuel-economy standards over the next few years. On Monday, the government also announced plans to attack the problem of emissions from a different angle.
To meet stricter fuel-economy standards, carmakers will have to rely more on all varieties of electrification in the coming years. That means more battery-electric and hydrogen fuel-cell cars, but also more hybrids.
Volvo recently previewed a pair of concept cars built on the platform that will support its first all-electric vehicle to go into production.
The project to build plug-in hybrid versions of the iconic London black cab is about to receive a significant new dose of funding.
Toyota has reached yet another hybrid-production milestone since launching the original Prius in Japan in 1997.
Looking at their future product plans, the established German luxury carmakers have now clearly started to take electric-car maker Tesla Motors seriously.