Two Tesla Model Ses are driving from San Diego to Vancouver to celebrate the completion of the network of DC fast chargers up the West Coast.
In an effort to make its Model S practical for longer trips, Tesla has begun building a network of fast chargers.
A new Web site, Bay Area Plug-In Electric Vehicle Ready, provides up-to-date and accurate information on owning an electric vehicle in the San Francisco Bay Area.
With electric vehicles hitting the streets and level 3 DC fast-charging stations getting ready to pop up along busy interstate corridors, readers wondered if frequent EV charging would reduce battery life span and void the warranty.
BMW selected AeroVironment as the preferred supplier and installer for the all-electric ActiveE's 240-volt home charging dock.
Electric vehicles just aren't ready yet, and we've got ten reasons why, such as being potentially more expensive to run and more harmful to the environment than their gas-guzzling counterparts.
Ecotality has signed on Best Buy to install electric-car chargers at 12 stores by spring, part of a bigger plan to build out such infrastructure in the U.S.
Even as millions of electric vehicles are expected to hit the world's roads in the next 10 years, serious questions remain about the infrastructure--or the lack thereof--available to charge them.