By Silvio Marcacci on July 2, 2012
A new analysis finds 49 percent of America’s existing housing stock could support plug-in electric vehicle charging.
By Matter Network on May 7, 2012
Ever since the introduction of the Tesla Roadster in 2008, compressed natural gas (CNG) has taken a back seat as an alternative fuel in the U.S. retail automotive market.
By Timothy Hurst on May 1, 2012
The most important finding of the study may be that operating an electric car almost always generates less greenhouse gas than gasoline-powered vehicles.
By Nick Chambers on April 20, 2012
This may sound like hyperbole, but the fact is I haven’t driven a vehicle in the last five years that I had more fun driving—and I’ve driven a lot of vehicles in my line of work. Every moment in the Fiat 500C offered up a blend of lovable chic-ness and vehicular personality rarely found in the overly wind tunnel- and focus group-tested cars of our modern world.
By Beth Buczynski on April 12, 2012
A new version of Cash for Clunkers” gives a nice tax deduction and helps plant trees in communities affected by natural disaster.