Now that electric cars are becoming a significant presence on America’s highways, AAA is preparing to help drivers stranded when their cars run out of juice.
Modified carbon nanotubes can store solar energy indefinitely, then be recharged by exposure to the sun. The potential for replacing chemical batteries as we know them just got possible.
A university study, which surveyed more than 3,000 people, showed what individuals would be willing to pay for various electric vehicle attributes.
Terrafugia’s car/plane vehicle called the Transition, has received approval from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) clearing the way for delivery to customers sometime next year.
A couple living north of Seattle in a very small town called Carlsborg recently purchased a Nissan Leaf–since they already had a home solar power system to charge the all-electric Leaf, they don’t pay for in a monthly bill.
Who wouldn’t like to have their own personal flying machine tucked away in the garage? Maybe we can get into Jetson’s mode sooner than we think.
The success of the Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS), the battery-assisted speed booster introduced to Formula One cars this season, has motorsport executives believing that an all-electric version of the F1 competition could spur development of longer range electric road cars.
Volvo Car Corporation is taking the next step in their electrification strategy by producing test cars with Range Extenders—electric cars that are fitted with a combustion engine to increase their effective range.
Daimler subsidiary car2go will make San Diego the first North American city to have a 100-percent electric vehicle (EV) carsharing program.
Mayor Bloomberg announced Tuesday the addition of 70 new electric vehicles to its transportation services fleet.