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.