By 2035, the batteries in California’s zero-emission cars could power every home in the state for three days.
Gas prices are up, commutes are back, and Russian oil is under sanction. Too bad the electric vehicle industry isn’t ready to seize the moment.
Homeowners with garages can easily charge their electric cars, but not apartment dwellers. Here’s what it’ll take to get plugs everywhere in cities.
Deadly flooding in and around New York City dramatizes the risks to infrastructure that wasn’t built to handle warmer, wetter climate.