Q&A: Toyota’s Hydrogen Chief Jackie Birdsall

Q&A: Toyota’s Hydrogen Chief Jackie Birdsall

The air over Los Angeles has been unusually clear over the past two months, a silver lining amidst the pandemic shutdown. But there’s hope that this becomes the norm, rather than the exception in the years ahead. Toyota has been playing a role in cleaning things up...
China Trims Back Recently Extended NEV Subsidies

China Trims Back Recently Extended NEV Subsidies

After initially extending subsidies for purchasing electric and other zero-emission vehicles to stimulate auto sales, China’s government plans to cut those incentives by 10%. China is the world’s largest market for EVs and the government has mandated the sales of...
Celebrate Earth Day by Finding a New EV or Hybrid

Celebrate Earth Day by Finding a New EV or Hybrid

Amidst all the doom and gloom dominating everyone’s daily lives, comes another reason to remember that that better days are ahead: Earth Day! That’s right. Today is the day we celebrate Mother Earth and while it may not seem like there is much to be happy about, there...
Daimler, Volvo to Join Forces on Fuel Cells

Daimler, Volvo to Join Forces on Fuel Cells

Two of the world’s biggest makers of big commercial trucks, Daimler AG and Volvo Group, are teaming up to work on the development of trucks powered by fuel cells. “Transport and logistics keep the world moving, and the need for transport will continue to grow....
GM Increases Use of Renewable Energy

GM Increases Use of Renewable Energy

General Motors and DTE Energy are teaming up to accelerate Michigan’s transition to renewable energy with a deal to source 500,000 megawatt hours of solar energy as part of DTE’s MIGreenPower program. Because of cloudy skies and cold winters, Michigan has never been...