The same judge who refused last year to validate bonds financing a $5 billion Rivian electric vehicle manufacturing plant east of Atlanta now has signed off on the bonds.
Atlanta Public Schools will partner with The Lion Electric Company to transition its bus fleet from diesel to electric.
An annual energy efficiency report ranks Georgia near the bottom of the nation due to excessive electricity rates, high fees for electric vehicles owners, and inefficient government policies.
Joby Aviation said this week that it got the green light to flight test its factory-made air taxi, which it hopes to launch commercially in 2025. It's one of several companies reaching for the skies.
Friday on Political Rewind: Mirroring conservative leadership nationwide, Lt. Gov. Burt Jones is calling for an audit of University System spending on diversity, equity and inclusion programs. Plus, Brad Raffensperger tells reporters disinformation is the greatest threat to democracy.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is stepping up to help roll out a network of electric vehicle chargers across the Peach State.
Georgia bills that would drastically shift how much electric vehicle owners pay to recharge their cars is expected to receive a final vote before this year’s legislative session wraps up on Wednesday.
The Georgia House and Senate have each passed similar measures to regulate electric vehicles. They've narrowed their priorities down to one bill hoping to agree on a final version before the end of the legislative session.
A Georgia House committee unanimously passed a plan on Wednesday that would mark a major shift in the future of electric vehicles in the state by establishing new charging fees that are similar to the cost of refueling a car.
Gov. Brian Kemp is on a mission to make Georgia the undisputed electric vehicle capital of the nation. But the growing industry has also presented a number of challenges to state legislators and agency leaders this year.
A joint study on the future of electric transportation in Georgia delivered a series of recommendations this week, but some proposals were tabled for legislators to decide on later.
Electric vehicle sales are increasing and as more cars hit the road, firefighters must learn how to respond to potential accidents and battery fires.
Monday on Political Rewind: An Atlanta federal judge has rejected Fair Fight Action's claims of voter suppression in the 2018 election. Plus, the Supreme Court's new session starts today amidst low confidence in the institution. And are the future Rivian and Hyundai plants in jeopardy?
The Federal Highway Administration has approved Georgia’s plan for rolling out a network of electric vehicle charging stations, the state Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
A nationwide analysis is looking at future charging needs in each state based on projected electric vehicle sales. Estimates show that Georgia is trending in a positive direction.