A global electric vehicle revolution is set to conquer the world stage. Next stop? Norway.
Consumers who will buy electric vehicles in New York from April 1 will receive a $2,000 rebate. Although considered a good move, environmentalists say that the government waited until the last minute to enforce the program.
People are starting to acknowledge the potential of electric vehicles in the automobile market, especially when it comes to saving energy and being green. Now that EV batteries are falling faster than anticipated, it seems there is more to the phenomenon.
Electric vehicle enthusiasts be warned, Tesla is not joking about innovation. Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk told prospective buyers that the future is always here, and their cars are no exception.
Ford is up for big things this year, including a whopping big announcement that declares the future of electric vehicles.
Electric mobility has taken the world by storm as more and more electricity dependent vehicles are being introduced to commercial establishments all over the world. A number of innovative vehicles can range from electric bikes and wheelchairs to walkers and hoverboards. One of the latest introductions to the electric mobility world is the DorkPod project.
Tesla cars will get faster, thanks to another software update that will be available next month.
California is taking a major step in ending the world's problem on climate change. Last week, the California Assembly and Senate passed Senate Bill 32 and Assembly Bill 197, which would result to a 40 percent cut in the state's greenhouse gas emission once they take into effect.