There's a lot to consider before buying your first electric car. Let's look at your choices.
Using salt water and sunlight, Sundrop Farms is able to produce 15 million kilograms (33 million pounds) of tomatoes a year from the Australian desert.
The startup has abruptly changed course with its battery-electric truck, opting for a hydrogen fuel-cell power train, instead. Hmm.
Researchers at Northwestern University believe they've constructed a material that encompasses the best of both batteries and supercapacitors.
The UK government has signed off on Hornsea Project Two, which will cover an area of the North Sea twice the size of Liverpool.
Researchers at the University of NSW have created a device that increases the amount of energy that can be harvested from sunlight.
Tesla co-founder Ian Wright's company, Wrightspeed, has already retrofitted garbage trucks and FedEx vans in the US with electric engines. Now, it's working with New Zealand's NZ Bus.
Japanese scientists have discovered a type of bacteria that eats the plastic commonly found in water and soda bottles.
From laptop blackboards to vintage electric cars, there are lots of options for thrilling an environmentally conscious hipster during the holidays.
A new consortium aiming to harvest solar power from space hopes to spread word of a little-known source of energy that's clean, carbon-free and literally limitless.
Bentley CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer has confirmed his company is getting ready to jump into the EV market.
With 600 miles of total driving range and a drag coefficient that rivals Tesla's Model S, the Sonata is a formidable green machine.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.