Three-year trial finds there are few technological barriers to the adoption of electric vehicles in Australia, given the right policy incentives.
Toyota, Honda, Hyundai set to unveil new hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle prototypes and details of their rollout plans at this week’s LA Auto Show.
Research predicts worldwide sales of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles will reach 6.6m units p.a. by 2020 – almost 7% of total light-duty vehicle market.
Adelaide’s Tindo electric bus public transport service is the world’s first to be powered 100 per cent by solar energy – and it’s free!
Electric vehicles and household solar PV systems are the perfect technological and ideological fit. So why aren’t they being promoted in this way?
Elon Musk’s electric car maker confounds analyst predictions to post a Q2 profit, amid a flurry of good news for the global EV market.
The most fuel-efficient and low-emission vehicles available are, of course, electric and plug-in hybrids. Here’s the US EPA’s top-10 list for 2013.
ABB has won the contract to develop the world’s largest nationwide network of EV fast-chargers, planned for the Netherlands.
Electric vehicle technology will one day have a meaningful role in a more sustainable transport future. But where exactly are we on the EV adoption curve?
The Nissan LEAF is setting a new – and cost-competitive – standard for modern driving. But like the iPhone, you might not know you need it until you try it.