One of the biggest disappointments in the automotive industry is in charging electric cars. A new report states that Apple is getting involved and it might just become even more of a shitshow.
It seems like researchers in the United Kingdom are just as fed up with electric-vehicle ranges as the folks unplugging each other’s cars in California, and they might have just found a solution to the problem.
Volkswagen has announced plans to invest in electric vehicle charging infrastructure, but it's a paltry $10 million and it's only good through next year.
Copper theft has been running rampant across the U.S for years, with everything from plumbing to cabling being stolen and sold as scrap. So as security tightens at building sites, thieves and junkies are turning to the copper cabling in electric car chargers to make a buck.
City leaders of Palo Alto, Calif., in the Silicon Valley region and where Tesla Motors just happens to be headquartered, recently gave the go-ahead to require all new homes be pre-wired for electric vehicle chargers.
If you're driving something with a plug, signs that tell you where the nearest charging station catch your eye more than if you were driving something else. When your range says 2 miles, you're probably sporting an expression similar to someone about to wet his or her pants.
The Atlantic City Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has placed six charging stations in a new parking garage to show their committment to renewable energy. It's a prominent placement that lets the world know they mean business.
Wow. It's only taken a couple decades for someone to make a dual-purpose charger—yes, a charger capable of 12V DC and AC charging. This 2-in-1 from Incase is designed for the iPod or iPhone and can easily plug into a 12V DC outlet for charging your gadgets on the road, but it can also be taken in and used in a…