How much U.S. EV infrastructure is enough?
As charging technology changes, so will our estimates of infrastructure needed to keep up with EV adoption.
Why BP bet big on electric in 2022
The global energy giant is investing a gasload of money in electrification and charging infrastructure.
Can federal cash rein in EV range, cost, recycling concerns?
The whole EV landscape is getting an adoption boost courtesy of government incentives out the wazoo. But is it enough?
Up close with the Sono Motors Sion, a $25k solar-powered EV
The Sion’s 190-mile battery range can be extended by about 70 miles per week in typical weather via solar power.
We test Sailun’s ERange EV Tire on a Tesla Model 3
How big of a benefit do you get from equipping your EV with EV tires?
Time for a Ford Pro F-150 Lightning test drive
For two hours, we explored the hills of vineyards in Sonoma County from behind the wheel of a new Ford Pro F-150 Lightning.
How Sono’s solar cells became key to its solar-powered EV
The idea of a solar-powered car is nothing new, but building one affordably is.
The rise of the electric SUV
Technology is now capable of electrifying safer, larger, more powerful vehicles – and relatively cheaply, too.
Three reasons to keep your eye on hydrogen
Trains, buses and trucks are all seeing a technological renaissance thanks to hydrogen fuel cells.
Why bi-directional charging is so important for EV buy-in
Bi-directional charging gives EV owners potential for saving some green via their energy provider.
California’s combustion engine car sales ban takeaways
The new rule says that by 2035 all new cars and light trucks sold in California will be zero-emission vehicles.
Are these battery breakthroughs real?
I look at EV battery so-called “breakthroughs” to tell you if they’re real, or so fake they make me want to keel.