A report from RMI shows potential for a new California rule to speed up fast-charging investments, reduce pollution and expand equitable EV access.
If millions of electric vehicles are poised to connect to the grid, that changes expectations around stationary energy storage needs.
Electric car sales skew toward the wealthy. Can stronger incentives and better program design change that?
A six-year-old permitting law hasn’t unblocked installation delays — so state lawmakers are now considering mandates.
The Vineyard's bus fleet is half electric, with a resilient, clean power source sited at the depot.
A new county project in Maryland combines key decarbonization elements in a no-money-down package.
With EVs on an explosive growth trajectory, vehicle-to-grid "transportation-as-a-service" markets may be ready to break open.
Google’s former chief energy strategist plans a charging hub empire to meet gigawatt-scale electric transport needs, with $100 million in backing and sites in 18 states.
The SuperTruck program funds research and development, and road tests are planned for this fall. But more real-world proof — and much more charging infrastructure — is needed.
A new study finds massive carbon, health and jobs benefits to fast EV rollout — if policies can align to make it happen.