Compared to just a decade ago, we have a lot more choices when it comes to buying an electric car.
The family that pioneered the oil industry in America wants to expose what Exxon hid from the public about climate change.
Electric-car leadership isn’t only about getting the vehicles on the roads. Charging infrastructure, tax incentives, and a passionate fan base for cars that plug in are all important to build a community of electric-vehicle drivers who will spread the word.
The long-awaited ramp-up for the company’s lower-priced EV just got pushed back another three months. Some investors wonder if Musk will have to raise more cash.
The past year was quite a whirlwind, especially on the policy front. Unlike many advocacy organizations, Fuel Freedom was well positioned to continue progress both philosophically and with the relationships we have built over the past few years. Read more
Congressional Republicans allowed a tax on oil companies that generated hundreds of millions of dollars annually for federal oil-spill response efforts to expire — a move that amounts to another corporate break in the wake of lawmakers’ sweeping tax overhaul late last month.
As electric charging stations continue to sprout across the country, hydrogen fueling stations haven’t experienced the same rapid growth.
Tesla’s first mass-market offering keeps encountering roadblocks.
Electric car sales in the U.S. are set to rise nearly 30% in 2017. “This was a notably good year,” said Genevieve Cullen, president of the Electric Drive Transportation Assn.
Gasoline prices are expected to creep higher for the second consecutive year, costing U.S. motorists billions of dollars more in higher fuel costs.
Our Mission: Fuel Freedom Foundation is working to reduce the cost of driving your existing car or truck by opening the market to cheaper, cleaner, American-made fuel choices at the pump.