One major thing missing in the House bill, however, was Republican support — even from those who won coveted projects for their districts. Only two G.O.P. lawmakers, Representatives Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania and Christopher H. Smith of New Jersey, crossed…
General Motors Co. said yesterday it will pour more resources into electric vehicles, in the form of $8 billion and two new factories to build batteries.
California could thrust electric vehicles into mainstream America by requiring half of all new cars sold by 2030 to release zero emissions, according to a leading consumer group.
California needs 1.2 million electric vehicle charging stations to meet its 2030 clean car goals, a new state study said.
Vehicle tailpipe emissions are traveling across state lines and killing thousands of people in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, according to new research published today.
How Do Animals Safely Cross a Highway? Take a Look. There are few things Americans can agree on these days. Wildlife crossings, it seems, are one of them. The engineers were used to building overpasses for vehicles, not wildlife. But…
As companies continue to search for more environmentally regenerative materials to use in manufacturing, the tire industry is beginning to revisit an old Soviet method of rubber cultivation, using a plant that is considered a pesky weed in the Westâdandelions. A major tire company in Germany has partnered with the University of Aachen to produce […]
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Federal spending could prompt electric vehicles to make up half of all new car sales by the early 2030s, but getting on track to reach Paris climate goals is likely to require tougher regulations, according to an analysis released this morning from Rhodium Group.
Operating at the fuel-guzzling range of 0-35 miles per hour, making continuous stops, and weighing many tons, diesel garbage trucks are prime candidates for an electrified makeover. New York City Department of Sanitation have retrofitted 12 of their garbage trucks with hybrid-electric motors and batteries from a Canadian company called Effenco, whose technology can also […]
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Joe Biden’s new infrastructure plan is far and away the most ambitious climate change idea ever proposed by an American president. Granted this is not an especially high bar: The $2 trillion plan announced on Wednesday may be the only…