Why Norway leads the world in electric vehicle adoption

Norway has only 5.26 million people—about half the size of Los Angeles County in population, and with only about 35 percent of LA\'s vehicles on its roads. But there\'s one measure in which Norway trump

How can rural drivers contribute to electric driving? Take our Twitter poll

Last week, when we brought you an account of how an electric car wouldn\'t work in the midst of a medical emergency—in the Midwest, in the winter—boy, did we (and he) get an earful from our readers. Th

Nissan Leaf batteries are lasting a very long time

Since even before the first market deliveries of its Leaf electric car in late 2010, Nissan has made frequent mention about the need to create second-use demand for the Leaf\'s battery packs. It turns

Plugging in Pacifica Hybrid: City drive review of its 32-mile electric range

Plug-in hybrids like the 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid are pitched as great solutions for families who can’t quite make the leap to a fully electric vehicle for road trips but want to keep their local

Airbus considering hybrid system for next-gen mainstream passenger jet

Hybrid technology isn’t just for cars or trucks. Anywhere there’s waste heat or kinetic energy that can be recaptured—which means virtually every mode of transportation—there’s an opportunity for hybr

Electric Ford F-150 already exists, as second-life conversion kit

The all-electric Ford F-150 teased for the first time last week is something to get excited about—especially as an electric version of the top-selling vehicle in America.  The model isn’t likely to sh

Domino’s expands e-bike deliveries with nationwide program

Delivering pizzas in big, aging passenger cars is the norm in many neighborhoods in the nation, and it’s wasteful. In most of those locales, there’s a solid fair-weather alternative to firing up the e

World's largest EV never has to be recharged

A quarry in Biel, Switzerland, is operating the world\'s largest electric vehicle, a 110-ton dump truck, to haul lime and marl off the side of a mountain to a cement factory. Perhaps best of all, it co

Reality check: CHAdeMO fast-charging stations still outnumber CCS ones

Five years ago, a frequent matter of debate here at Green Car Reports was whether CCS or ChAdeMO would become the electric-car DC fast-charging standard of choice in the U.S. Soon after that it became

World's largest electric ferry completes maiden voyage

Electric transportation technology is spreading beyond cars to heavy equipment, airplanes, helicopters, and now, boats.  The Danish ferry boat Ellen, which made its maiden voyage earlier this month be

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