Battery degradation is one of the biggest concerns for electric car owners and potential buyers, but data from Tesla battery packs have been very reassuring so far.
Archive for month: April, 2018
The highest court in Massachusetts ruled against Exxon Mobil in the company’s bid to block the state’s attorney general from obtaining records to investigate whether the oil and gas giant knew about the role fossil fuels played in climate change.
It’s become an article of faith that, by the magic hand of Adam Smith, when gas prices go up people will drive less.
President Trump took aim at federal air quality standards Thursday, directing the Environmental Protection Agency to relax restrictions on state governments and businesses that have been key to cutting smog.
Signaling its commitment to a clean energy future, New Zealand’s government announced Thursday it won’t issue any more permits for offshore oil and gas exploration.
Mary Nichols gave the California Air Resources Board national reach, and now President Trump’s EPA is threatening to roll back her vision of the future.
Oil and gas companies drilling in state waters off Southern California violated regulations nearly 400 times in the past three years, according to a report being released Wednesday by an environmental group.
Oil prices jumped to their highest level since 2014 Wednesday, as worries about fighting in the Middle East spooked markets.
As Tesla has shown, not all fast charging is created equal. Now owners of the new 2018 Nissan Leaf are complaining that the car’s “fast” charging is not always as fast as advertised.
“Our results suggest that Colorado’s current regulations that specify a 500-foot distance between a newly drilled oil and gas well and an existing home may not protect people from exposures to hazardous air pollutants that could impact their health.”