Chinese automakers are winning over European consumers as part of a big push to enter markets abroad. Their success has sparked alarm among rival companies and lawmakers.
Georgia's electric vehicle industry continues to grow, and Goodwill of North Georgia is working to train people for clean energy jobs. The first cohort has officially completed the program.
The Atlanta Regional Commission has received a $6.1 million grant from the federal Department of Transportation to install up to 400 electric vehicle charging ports across the 20-county Atlanta region.
The electric vehicle tax credit will be easier to get next year — but fewer models could qualify, as the government imposes stricter eligibility requirements.
Georgia’s largest Ford dealership is partnering with an electric infrastructure energy company to build several new electric vehicle chargers and solar panels.
A road trip I took with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm confirmed one thing: The U.S. is wrestling with an inadequate charging network (unless you're a Tesla driver).
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.
In a wide-ranging interview, Ford's CEO shares his thoughts about his company's ramp-up in electric cars and the state of charging. (He's very happy about that Tesla deal, too.)
22 private-sector projects catapulted Georgia toward the top of the list.
Automakers are building more electric vehicles, but the EPA wants to set rules pushing them to go even faster. Environmental groups say that's essential; traditional carmakers say it's not feasible.
MTA introduced two electric buses in 2020 and is on track to have almost 20 e-buses by next year.
Also under an agreement between the two companies GM will adopt Tesla's connector, the plug that links an electric vehicle to a charging station. Ford recently made a similar announcement with Tesla.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said the company would halt production on small EV at the end of the year — shifting the plant in Orion Township, Mich., to make two new electric truck models instead.
After rounds of updates, the Georgia House and Senate have agreed on the latest electric vehicle regulation bill and sent it to Gov. Brian Kemp to sign.
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.