SunShot met its goal. Now what?
One of the Department of Energy's key goals under the Obama administration was the SunShot Initiative, which sought to spur the adoption of solar by making it as cheap as other forms of electricity by 2020. Did it work?
EV chargers at rest stops? Not so fast, say the feds
It seemed straightforward for California to build electric vehicle charging stations at highway rest stops — until a federal law made them a lot more expensive.
Los Angeles bids to bridge the EV divide
The city is trying to turn electric vehicles — often derided as playthings of the rich — into transportation for the masses. Will it work?
'Who Killed the Electric Car?' star issues new warning
Chelsea Sexton gained fame as one of the main characters in the blockbuster 2006 documentary "Who Killed the Electric Car?" Last month, E&E News caught up with her in Los Angeles, where she opined that, despite their big new promises, the automakers could kill the electric car again.
What we learned on the Electric Road Trip
After two crazy months, we're done. The reporters of E&E News have completed the Electric Road Trip, an 8,000-mile journey in an electric car and an investigation into how electric transportation will change America. What did we learn?