Over the next two years, inductive charging technology will be added to two short roads in Detroit, a project that will be the first wireless electric road system (ERS) in the U.S. The roads will be capable of charging electric vehicles while they drive.
More than 30 media organizations in more than 20 countries have come together with a simple but daring proposal: world leaders should tax big fossil fuel companies to help the most vulnerable nations respond to the climate crisis. The editorial, spearheaded by The Guardian, was published in conjunction with the COP27 UN climate conference in […]
New data from Experian Automotive, an information services company, shows that registrations for electric vehicles in the U.S. have increased 57% in the first nine months of 2022 over the same time period last year, with consumers registering over 530,000 new battery-electric vehicles from January through September 2022. In the past five years, EV registrations […]
The more than 600 fossil fuel lobbyists at the COP27 UN climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, include Russian oligarchs and companies that have been sanctioned in response to the country’s invasion of Ukraine. The Russian delegation as a whole has 33 members with ties to the fossil fuel industry, the second most of any […]
The world’s largest wind farm generated its first electricity off the coast of Norway Sunday at 12:55 p.m. local time. This isn’t the win for the climate you might think, however; the wind farm was built by Norwegian state oil company Equinor to power its North Sea oil and gas production. “I am proud that […]
As part of the Inflation Reduction Act signed by President Joe Biden in August 2022, people who buy electric vehicles may qualify for up to $7,500 in tax credits. But U.S. consumers will need to make sure they purchase EVs that meet the new Final Assembly Requirement that the vehicle’s final assembly occurs in North […]
By Jon Queally A new analysis released Monday details why nations across Africa would be wise to set their sights on massive investments in renewable solar energy and avoid the pitfalls of the so-called “Dash for Gas” paradigm that would staddle economies with stranded assets, waste billions in costly fossil fuel infrastructure, and increase financial […]
By Sarah Shemkus Maine is finalizing rules for a program that will soon let commercial property owners pay for clean energy upgrades through their property tax bills. Loans known as C-PACE — or commercial property-assessed clean energy — eliminate down payments and spread the cost of solar, energy efficiency, and other projects over longer terms […]