Clean cars rollback adds to EVs' pain
The auto emissions rule announced yesterday by the Trump administration adds a darker tint to the outlook for electric vehicles, which already faced a stormy forecast because of the novel coronavirus crisis.
How coronavirus became a crisis for solar power
The novel coronavirus has presented the solar industry with an unsavory smorgasbord of problems all at the same time.
'Devastating.' 62% of energy storage firms hit with delays
Almost two-thirds of energy storage businesses are seeing delays related to the new coronavirus that could lead to an "immediate and potentially devastating" impact, according to a trade group survey.
'Sales have dropped to zero.' Virus hammers residential solar
The business of putting solar panels on homes is being severely damaged by the coronavirus crisis, especially in states that are requiring residents to shelter in place and solar workers to stay away.
Tesla joins other automakers in shutting down
Tesla Inc. yesterday relented to demands by local authorities to shut down car manufacturing at its home plant due to the new coronavirus pandemic, while an analyst predicted that the company's production of electric vehicles will miss targets that seemed achievable a few weeks ago.