Caught between fossil fuels and electrification, automakers find themselves at a crossroads. Public policy can guide them the right way.
As battery and EV costs decline, governments at the state and national level are eyeing a phase out of the internal combustion engine.
Financial markets have already started to factor in the prospect of peak oil demand.
2020 is predicted to be a breakout year for electric vehicles globally—but a contracting auto market and uncertain policy support show obstacles remain.
Sen. Chuck Schumer has announced a $454 billion plan to electrify one-quarter of the U.S. vehicle fleet
The U.S. transportation system is currently 92 percent dependent on petroleum - but an initiative to promote municipal fleet electrification has taken steps to correct that trend.
EV sales are off to a slow start in 2019, but automakers continue to bring out a wider range of EV options.
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology website has been blocked to international visitors—a move some observers believe is a precursor to rising Sino-U.S. competition in technology and industry.
After a spate of fires and accidents involving electric vehicles, new regulations from Chinese authorities offer hope for international EV manufacturers to claim greater market share.
National data shows 2018 EV sales are up 83 percent on 2017—but the realities facing the EV industry and oil's virtual monopoly on U.S. transportation fuels means the inflection point in transforming our transportation sector has yet to be reached.