Friday was an important day for billionaire Elon Musk’s electric-car maker, Tesla Motors. Ten new sedans, called the Model S, rolled out the door during a ceremony at the company’s factory in Fremont.
As gas prices continue to climb steadily, so are electric car sales, and this has Bay Area cities gearing up for a driving revolution.
California has quickly become the leader in the emerging electric vehicle manufacturing industry. A new study shows that most of the venture capital in the industry is coming to the Golden State.
As more and more consumers become interested in electric vehicles, Tesla Motors in Palo Alto is hoping to lead the foray into the next wave of cars.
Mayor Ed Lee has directed the city of San Francisco to provide free charges for electric vehicles at 19 city-owned garages and SFO.
In Oakland, Sirona Fuels began selling biodiesel Friday morning out of its Blue Sky Bio-Fuels production facility at 851 49th Ave.
A new survey shows that while some consumers are interested in buying electric vehicles, many drivers don’t think the current offerings are good enough.
San Francisco now has an EV station to charge electric cars located at Pier 27 on the Embarcadero.