ChargePoint wants to build 2.5M chargers
The United States' biggest electric-vehicle charging company, ChargePoint Inc., is pledging to build 2.5 million charging stations by 2025, in a gamble that demand for electric vehicles will soon materialize.
Home batteries are having a record year
After years of buzz, the residential battery appears to be achieving liftoff in the United States, according to a new report.
AAA's big move into electric vehicles
AAA, the nonprofit best known for roadside jump-starts, is entering the risky business of electric car share.
Calif.'s plan to kill the diesel bus
The diesel-powered bus, a mainstay of public transportation across the country, will no longer be purchased by transit agencies in California within the decade if the state's air regulator has its way.
Governor gains sway over energy regulator
Puerto Rico's governor, Ricardo Rosselló, won a monthslong power struggle with the territory's energy commission as he signed a bill that allows him to stock its membership and install an overseer.