Chargers in 'disadvantaged' areas face pushback
The car market may be turning toward electric vehicles, but some power companies and regulators still doubt whether today's efforts to lay down charging infrastructure should extend into economically disadvantaged neighborhoods.
'Stark' outlook for gasoline-powered cars — report
The spread of electric vehicles could slash demand for oil almost twice as deeply as previously thought in the next two decades, according to a new analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Tech titans slam Dominion over fossil fuel use
Some of the nation's largest technology companies are calling for Virginia's main utility to ditch plans for new gas-fired plants and pipelines and embrace renewables instead.
Nation's first project was good for tourism — study
Officials in some coastal areas think offshore wind turbines could spook beachgoers, but a new study shows the country's first and only project may have actually attracted tourists.
Carmakers not 'serious' about selling EVs — analyst
Automakers may be investing billions to electrify tomorrow's product lines, but to maximize their profits today, they're still focused on marketing conventional cars.