'Huge' deal creates leader in wireless charging
A startup called WiTricity performed a piece of corporate jiujitsu this week. It acquired crucial assets of Qualcomm Inc., a much larger rival, and established itself the unquestioned leader in the wireless charging of electric vehicles.
Jobs drop for second straight year
Employment at U.S. solar companies declined in 2018 for the second year in a row, as the hangover from a nasty tariff battle outweighed overall growth in the economy.
Electrify America will build chargers in cities
Volkswagen AG's electric fuel subsidiary, Electrify America, said yesterday it will spend $235 million in the next three years to build charging stations in city cores and highways.
Electrify America's chargers return to service
A brief suspension of Electrify America's high-speed electric vehicle charging network ended Monday as a crucial piece of equipment passed a critical safety check.
Safety alert shutters Electrify America chargers
Electrify America, the subsidiary of Volkswagen AG that is building a nationwide electric vehicle charging network, shut down most of its high-speed fueling stations after a supplier issued a safety alert.