Korea steers $110M toward e-trucks made in 'microfactories'
A secretive British startup has won a $110 million investment from Korea's automakers to partner on electric delivery vehicles, made in "microfactories" and at prices competitive with diesel trucks.
Little-known energy company buys charging network EVgo
EVgo, one of America's few nationwide electric vehicle charging networks, has been acquired by a low-profile energy infrastructure company called LS Power.
Volvo battery plant signals EV surge in Southeast
Volvo announced this week it will build a battery assembly plant at its factory in South Carolina, the latest sign of growing electric-vehicle production in the southeastern United States.
Are the 2020s the EV decade? 4 key questions will decide
Conventional wisdom dictates that it's only a matter of time before electric vehicles dominate the market. But whether that's true, and how fast it can happen, hinges on several critical questions that don't have complete answers.
'Soft costs' threaten EV charging build-out — study
Electric-vehicle charging stations are slow and expensive to build, and it's the "soft costs" — permits and paperwork — that are the toughest culprit, according to a new study.