[Correction: 6/22/2012 5:00PM EST] It was brought to our attention that our coverage this story did not accurately portray the intentions of Manz. So, we chatted with Wolfgang Jeutter, Head of Manz US operations, to clear things up. Clarification of the Bloomberg article, quoting Dieter Manz at Intersolar Trade Fare in Munich: Manz is looking… Read more »
Today’s the big day for American automaker Tesla, and for the wider EV world – the company’s new Model S electric sedan is officially going on sale.
Empire State EV owners should see their range anxiety steadily receding. Charging station manufacturer Coulomb Technologies announced this week that it has partnered with power provider National Grid to extend Coulomb’s ChargePoint Network throughout New York State. The company received a million bucks in funding (part of a promised $4.4 million) from the New York… Read more »
In the spirit of the “triple bottom line” (People, Planet, Profit), Honda released its 2012 Environmental Annual Report today, documenting the CO2 emissions of the company’s vehicles throughout their entire life cycles. The company claims to be the first automaker to do so. Honda also announced that it will begin reusing rare earth… Read more »
Tuesday has finally arrived, and with it the long-awaited conclusion to the riveting serial, Inside Tesla. In this final video clip, we see the final assembly of Model S.
Technology giant ABB, state-owned financial institution KredEx and the country’s Ministry of Economic Affairs will install 200 fast chargers by the fall of 2012.
The PolyPlus lithium-water battery has achieved the highest energy density ever recorded – 1,300 Wh/kg, far more than the maximum delivered by current lithium-ion batteries.
The electric bus charging station was jointly developed by Microvast and the China State Grid, and is used by a fleet of electric and plug-in hybrid buses.
BMW announced this week that the new generation of three-cylinder gas engines for the i8 PHEV sports car will be produced exclusively at the BMW engine plant.
Smart’s two-seater is tiny, but it’s no stripped-down monk-mobile – standard features include AC, power windows, heated seats and anti-lock brakes.