Lower gas prices could be leading to drivers of hybrid and electric vehicles to trade in their cars for conventional vehicles, including SUVs, according to an analysis from auto research website Edmunds.com.
Silicon Valley is welcoming a new tenant: Nissan Motors is opening a research and development center in Sunnyvale this week.
“I haven’t seen a gas station since last April.” – Angelo and his Nissan Leaf
As part of its plans to go electric, the federal government is buying a small fleet of Chevy Volts and will install power stations in San Francisco and four other cities across the country.
Big-name electric cars are slowly but steadily making their way from the assembly line onto the streets. Getting one at this point – and for at least another year – will require patience, according to experts.
Air quality regulators on Wednesday approved another $3.9 million to expand the number of in-home and roadside electric vehicle charging stations in the Bay Area.
An alliance of automakers, utilities, regulators and clean-air advocates released an ambitious plan Monday to make California a national leader in accommodating electric vehicles.
Nissan North America Inc. delivered its first all-electric Leaf Saturday to a young tech executive in Redwood City.