Aston Martin Manufacturing The DBX In Wales, Bringing 750 New Jobs To The Area

The Aston Martin DBX — a model that will be made available in hybrid and all-electric versions, in addition to a petrol/gas one — will be manufactured in south Wales, according to a recent announcement. The new […]

Honda CEO: 2/3 Of Models To Be “Electrified” In Some Way By 2030

Roughly ⅔ of all Honda cars will be electrified in some way by 2030, going by recent comments made by the company’s President and CEO Takahiro Hachigo. It should be noted here that the comment clearly […]

Our EV Future

The topic/title I was given for my presentation at the EV Transportation & Technology Summit was “EV R&D and the Future.” You can jump right into the presentation below. In addition to that, or alternatively, you can read […]

Hyundai Releasing All 3 IONIQ Variants (EV, PHEV, Hybrid) In The US

Hyundai will be releasing all 3 variants of the new IONIQ hatchback platform — a hybrid, an all-electric, and a plug-in hybrid — in the US market, according to recent reports. It’s not clear how widespread […]

EV Standards & EV Technology (EV Obsession Video)

To kick of the presentations at the 1st annual EV Transportation & Technology Summit, Doug Kettles provided an introductory presentation (“EV 101” is what I’d call it) that covered many aspects of EVs. He discussed different […]

Model X Fuel Efficiency Tidbits & Related Points

Originally published on CleanTechnica. By Mike Barnard The Tesla Model X is the first fully electric SUV in the world. It was announced with much fanfare — Bioweapon Defense Mode! Falcon-wing doors! Clown-car volumes of people […]

2016 Green Car Of The Year Award Finalists Revealed

The 5 finalists for the 2016 Green Car of the Year award were recently announced by the Green Car Journal, bringing the unveiling of the prestigious award one step closer. This year’s finalists are: the Audi […]

Skeleton Technologies + Adgero Develop First Kinetic Energy Recovery System For Freight Trucks

The world’s first commercial Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) for road freight trucks/vehicles was recently unveiled by Skeleton Technologies and Adgero. The new system can reportedly reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions by 15–25% — depending […]

Electric Vehicle Revolution Scenarios

Via CleanTechnica: By Mike Barnard A tipping point has been reached in the last two years for electric cars. Almost half of all fully or partially electric vehicles sold in the past decade were sold in […]

Nissan LEAF Used Is Cheaper Than Toyota Prius Used

Originally published on CleanTechnica. Brain Kent — who is on a 100-day, 48-state negative-carbon road trip in his Nissan LEAF — recently dropped an epic comment on an article we published about used Nissan LEAF prices. It deserves […]

Canada Could See Big Electric Car Boom… If More Models Were Available

Plug-in electric vehicle sales could surge substantially in Canada if vehicle choice and supply (as well as public awareness) is improved, according to new research from Simon Fraser University. The work found that over 33% of all […]

What Is An Electric Vehicle?

An electric vehicle is a vehicle that includes an electric motor. Okay, this article is done…. In all seriousness, there’s a lot of confusion regarding electric vehicle terminology. Furthermore, much of the public still isn’t aware […]

Can You Afford To Make Your Commercial Vehicles Electric?

For most people who are either already using or considering electric and hybrid vehicles, there are two main considerations. Going green The first of these is environmental. Transport accounts for around 23% of overall CO2 emissions […]