The 2013 Honda Fit EV set a record this week, as the EPA gave it a combined rating of 118 MPG equivalent, and a power consumption rating of 29 kWh per 100 miles.
In the new two minute short, automated robot arms are slinging parts around as they move down the line into welding and assembly stations.
A V2H system lets homeowners store electricity in an EV battery during cheaper off-peak times, and use it to power the household during peak times.
A network of charging stations that will someday extend from Canada to Mexico opened 10 new public charging stations.
The American-made Volt handily beat its Japanese competitors in US sales of plug-in vehicles for the month of May.
Nissan announced the launch of its LEAF to Home power supply system, which enables vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-grid applications.
A123 told the SEC this week that its “ability to continue as a going concern” is in doubt.
Fisker Automotive released what it calls a “business update” yesterday that contains a bundle of welcome good news.
NRG released the results of a study it commissioned, showing that the $102-million dollar deal will generate $83 million worth of economic goodies, and create 1500 jobs.
It’s not just Tesla’s gleaming new factory that’s on display, but also the company’s legendary marketing savvy.
A North Carolina man drove 650 miles to buy his new EV at Hassett Ford in Wantagh, New York.
Targeted at service providers and reclamation yards, the GRX-5100 enables the full range of battery pack service, including balancing, charging, de-powering and module-level servicing.
ECOtality alleges that the agreement amounts to handing NRG a monopoly over California’s charging market, and was negotiated behind closed doors, with no public input.
Ford's app keeps track of when local utilities switch to lower off-peak charging rates, and automatically starts charging at the lowest cost.