The expectations of electric-car buyers may be too high.
U.S. car buyers took home about 17,500 plug-in electric cars in 2011. Last year, the numbers tripled.
While electric car sales have been relatively slow, electric bike sales have just about been a non-starter.
Was Judge Mark Stanley misappropriating public funds by charging his car at a court house?
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has weighed in on electric-car maker Tesla Motors: It’s a “loser.”
Some Nissan Leaf owners in Arizona are reporting a major loss in battery capacity. Is it the heat?
Legislation that Ronald Reagan, then governor of California, signed in 1967 may or may not have fueled the electric car evolution.
More than 100 religious, community, labor and low-income housing groups in the Washington area say they are joining forces to buy clean power and save money.
As solar panels continue to function, the cost of running an electric car drops.
It might be celebrating a global total of 15,000 all-electric Nissan Leafs since the model was launched last year, but Nissan isn’t planning to keep its plug-in technology inside pure electric cars, it has revealed […]
Amidst supposedly slow sales–actually limited mostly by low production–one benefit to automakers of offering electric cars has nothing to do with cars that plug in. Not only do electric cars attract radically different buyers to […]
Hybrid and electric trucks will be on display this week in Baltimore.