for Electric Vehicles
Climate change has emerged as a front-and-center issue in multiple elections across the world.
The White House wants to accelerate U.S. EV sales—but prospective owners need charging infrastructure to match.
Caught between fossil fuels and electrification, automakers find themselves at a crossroads. Public policy can guide them the right way.
The Canadian government announced a landmark new regulation that would ban gasoline and diesel vehicle sales by 2035, adding its name to the list of governments phasing out the internal combustion engine.
EV adoption is growing, but the window for achieving net-zero emissions in the road transport sector by 2050 is closing quickly.
Ford unveiled the electric version of its bestselling F-150 - the biggest statement of EV intent yet among U.S. automakers.
As battery and EV costs decline, governments at the state and national level are eyeing a phase out of the internal combustion engine.
A strong Q1 after a surprising 2020 suggests vehicle electrification in the United States is on the rise. More must be done to ensure rising EV sales lift U.S. energy security with them.
The Biden administration has showed it intends for the U.S. to lead the global EV transition. Now the hard work begins.
Financial markets have already started to factor in the prospect of peak oil demand.