To cut emissions within the 12 years or so we have left to avoid disastrous global warming, we will need to change our old transport habits, using a combination of strategies to achieve this.
The announcement of a new fast-charging network to link the major east coast cities will do much to encourage motorists to buy electric cars. But the power utilities need to get on board too.
Shares in the wundercompany rocketed after the Q2 results. Why?
Elon Musk is an open admirer of the fictional Tony Stark, whose alter‑ego is none other than Iron Man. But Tesla’s recent financial results prove Musk to be more vulnerable than his hero…
Warnings that a tide of electric vehicles will cut Australia's tax income put the cart well before the (low-emissions) horse.
Elon Musk 's Tesla has serious production problems.
Sweden's smart road allows electric cars to charge in motion. But alternative technologies might be a better option.
Electric cars might be a quick fix to clean up transport, but the problems with cars go beyond just emissions.
Electric vehicle racing is slower and quieter than conventional car racing. To make it interesting, organisers are allowing fans to choose by popular vote to give some drivers a power boost.
Canada has committed to cutting GHG emissions 30 per cent by 2030 from 2005 levels. Can Canada's oil capital lead the charge? New research shows it's within reach with bold actions on several fronts.
Elon Musk is a master of keeping investors believing in the dream of Tesla, but analysis of the company’s output and financials reveal a darker picture.
There is a rapid shift in production of electric cars all over the world. But how will it benefit ordinary people?
The overall analysis of the results of the new Energy Market Barometer confirms that the road to a change in the dominant mobility model is still long.
Self-driving, shared, electric vehicles and increasing urban density represent four disruptions that will transform city life. But a transport utopia isn't a guaranteed outcome of their interactions.
Despite persistent buzz, the falling cost of electric cars isn't enough to guarantee sales in Australia.
There's a reason the next generation of cars look eerily familiar – and we may have a long wait for something completely different.
While other countries race into the distance, Australia is still on the starting grid when it comes to electric cars. Why so slow? Because we don't have a proper recharging network.
Australian vehicles have been accused of creating more emissions than their manufacturers advertise. But are Australian testing standards up to scratch?
Could we really reduce the number of vehicles on our roads from 37m to 9m?
Are mobility scooters harbingers of a future where small and versatile electric vehicles roam our cities?