Sponge breakthrough could expand range of electric vehicles

Through research funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has developed a porous, sponge-like nanomaterial made of silicon that could help lithium-ion batteries…

Global governments supporting EV

Government incentives, consumer desire for more fuel-efficient, cleaner forms of transportation, and fleet managers’ interest in lower-cost operations are all driving growth in electric vehicles (EV) and alternative fuel vehicles, including vehicles powered by fuel…

Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles Start Delivering

This article is part of our April 2014 special report, “Transportation Electrification,” which highlights technological advances in the industry that will make vehicles safer, less reliant on fossil fuels, and eventually autonomous. Forget the old…

Everything You Want to Know About EV

l report, “Transportation Electrification,” which highlights technological advances in the industry that will make vehicles safer, less reliant on fossil fuels, and eventually autonomous. Want to learn about the latest in electrified transportation? Whether you’re…