Controversy splits EV charging group
A dispute among electric vehicle charging companies vying for business in California has spilled into the open, as members of a leading trade organization filed comments with state regulators accusing other members of hurting competitiveness in the industry.
Competitors accuse VW's Electrify America of a 'land grab'
Electrify America, the arm that automaker Volkswagen AG formed to charge electric vehicles and right some wrongs from its diesel-cheating scandal, is facing pushback as it seeks to expand in California.
After a wild ride, Tesla posts 3Q profit
Tesla Inc. and its CEO, Elon Musk, appeared to put recent turbulence behind the car company yesterday as it announced rising production and sales for its latest electric sedan and one of the first profitable quarters in its history.
Palo Alto is living the electric dream
PALO ALTO, Calif. — Silicon Valley drivers think Americans will love electric cars just as much as they do. Are they right?
German giant buys PlugShare, which helps Americans find chargers
One of Germany's biggest energy companies has acquired PlugShare, the site used by many American electric car drivers in search of a place to fill the battery.