Tag: EV adoption
The 2018 National Drive Electric Week pulled in a record-breaking crowd of over 180,000 attendees.
Analysts give the impression that electric cars will never be profitable. What's their argument?
Many legacy automakers have been going on and on for some time about their EV future, while moving very slowly and complaining along the way.
This year, only 2% of all vehicles set to be shipped are expected to be electric. But, there's light at the end of the tunnel.
While in early 2017 Venson reported that 85% of motorists would seriously consider buying an electric vehicle in the UK, this summer it turns out only a fraction...
Plug-in electric cars are becoming more commonplace on streets all around the globe. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) - The number of...
Will 2017 be remembered as the year when electric vehicles (EVs) made the move from niche production to the mass market?
The success of Tesla is proof-positive that the investment community believes electric cars could be the future. Now there's another sign that EVs are gaining...
While OEMs are publicizing huge future electric car ventures, they also share substantial fears regarding the segment. Car shoppers tend to agree.
Though the math hasn't proven it, EV adoption is growing on a global level. It's only a matter of time before the impact becomes obvious to all.
Some U.S. states, and particularly cities, are truly embracing and supporting the adoption of electric vehicles to a measurable level.
A study by DEKRA concludes that by 2020 the total cost of ownership of BEVs will be 3.2% lower than comparable ICE vehicles without government subsidies
Despite recent press regarding Tesla's woes and the current administration aiming to eliminate the EV tax credit, support for electric cars still grows.
It's high time for FCA to get with the program following major electric future announcements by GM and Ford. How about free food if you test drive an EV?
Multinational corporations are joining The Climate Group's EV100 campaign and committing to changing fleets over to EVs and/or installing EV chargers.
Though the auto industry, as well as other areas, is about to face significant disruption and turmoil, electric cars create a much-needed win for buyers.
States like California and New York are promoting EV adoption and initiating progressive programs to aid companies like Tesla in moving away from the grid.
Bloomberg asks in dramatically-entitled article "Why Electric Cars Are Everywhere Except Here, Now". Well, one has to start from somewhere, and we are just at...
A new study shows that CAFE standards are the sole best method for increasing EV adoption, surpassing that of government incentives.