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But, for the average consumer, there are still many looming questions. Over the next few years, however, this is probably going to change as Tesla paves the way for mass-market adoption of electric cars...Here are 10 reasons, thanks to Tesla's
Matthew Klippenstein, Green Car Reports So how on earth do you use an electric car in places that consistently get many feet of snow every winter?...Being based in Vancouver what passes for the Canadian tropics*, where snow had to be helicoptered
If government actually could mandate innovation, we could all fill up our cars with garden hoses. But even Washington can't turn water into automotive fuel and that's why federal subsidies premised upon technological breakthroughs such as those for
Tesla's market value has soared 470 percent this year to $23 billion, while GM has risen a relatively modest 25 percent to $50 billion. At this pace, if the bubble doesn't burst, 10-year-old Tesla could eclipse 105-year-old GM next year. Faced with
Yet the exhibitors at a car show outside Mote Marine Laboratory on Sunday could be best described as fully charged up. As part of National Plug-in Day, an event in 85 cities, Mote Marine hosted Electrify the Island at its City Island headquarters and
Indonesia will continue to develop the electric automobile, but it will be developed in stages because of the many obstacles that must be overcome, Industry Minister Ms Hidayat said here on Thursday. "We will develop the electric car program step-by-
Monica Almeida/The New York Times Santa Monica, Calif., has welcomed electric cars, providing charging stations and dedicated public parking spaces around town. But even here, in this wealthy, environmentally conscious city of 90,000 west of Los
As automakers race to make cheaper electric cars with greater battery range, General Motors is working on one that can go 200 miles per charge at a cost of about $30,000, a top company executive said. Vice President of Global Product Development Doug
Stocks rally after Summers exits Fed race Wall Street was happy to see Larry Summers go. Stocks rose on Monday after Summers, who had been the leading candidate to replace Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, withdrew his name from consideration.
Coal may make electric cars dirtier to run in the short term, Voelcker writes. But, in the long term, its electric cars that help make the case for rendering coal obsolete.