Nebraska Communities Start Plugging In

The Nebraska city of Bellevue, the third largest in the state, has become one of the first to acquire electric cars for their fleet. The community whose motto has long been 'From Arrows to Aerospace' in recognition of its largest employer, nearby Offutt Air Force Base, also now can proudly proclaim it has 'plugged into the future' as it acquires its first two electric cars.

READ FULL inFOCUS ARTICLE >>

a d v e r t i s e r
VIDEO   ZONE

Formula E - Round Two in Putrajaya, Malaysia

Round two of Formula E electric race series in Putrajaya, Malaysia featuring 10 international teams.

VIEW PREVIOUS VIDEOS >>>

ELECTRIC   VEHICLES   NEWSWIRE

5 Total Articles for Week of 23-Nov-14 to 29-Nov-14

Click camera shutter icon to view photo

24-Nov-2014

Test Drive: Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Sedan
Auto Week's Mark Vaughn reports on his first drive in Toyota's first production hydrogen fuel cell car, the Mirai, which in Japanese means 'future'.

Toyota Hopes to Recreate Prius Success with Mirai Hydrogen Car
As with the launch of the Prius in 1997, the Mirai will go on sale in Japan in December, and in the US and Europe in the second half of 2015, with a sticker price in the USA of $57,500 before state and federal incentives.

The Real Reason Hydrogen for Fuel Cell Cars Is Free... For Now
Research needs to be done to help determine the most accurate way to measure hydrogen use by fuel cell cars.

Canadian Researchers Take Serious Look at Sodium-Air Batteries
Sodium and oxygen are among the most abundant elements on earth, but little research as been done to better understand their potential as energy storage batteries.

MIT Researchers Close In On 400-Mile Electric Car Battery
SolidEnergy System's high energy density cells use a part-solid, part-liquid 'biphasic electrolyte' with densities as high as 1,337Wh/L and better, yet, possibly costing as little as $130 per kilowatt-hour.

To View Previous Week's News Links, Click Chronolog under the START menu items. To view all items in descending order click here.