Back in September, we shared a story about California’s commendable decision to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035. Now, following in the footsteps of the Golden State, Massachusetts says it will do the same in a bid to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. The move is … [Read more...] about Massachusetts to require all car sales to be electric by 2035
A key factor that is limiting the adoption of electric vehicles is that they are simply more expensive than their gas-powered counterparts. For instance, a new Volkswagen Golf will cost you about $26,000, whereas the automaker’s first mass-market electric car will cost you at … [Read more...] about Electric cars should be as cheap to produce as regular models by 2024
If you’re looking for one more compelling argument for the urgency of transitioning towards electrified means of transportation, consider the findings of a recent study, which confirm that the widespread adoption of electric cars is going to save thousands of lives and billions … [Read more...] about Electric cars can save thousands of lives and billions of dollars
Electric vehicles (EVs) have a clear environmental advantage over their gas-guzzling counterparts, but when it comes to longevity, the two are in a dead heat. Two hundred thousand miles is considered a good, long run for a car built today, regardless of whether it’s powered by a … [Read more...] about ‘Million-mile’ EV batteries are near. The impact could be massive.
A huge factor in the adoption of electric vehicles is the problem of not being able to travel long distances, or worse getting stuck on the road with an empty battery, with no charging station nearby. To relieve EV owners of such concerns and worries, a Volkswagen subsidiary … [Read more...] about EV community can now travel cross-country without fear of an empty battery