Emissions continue to creep up as tougher limits take effect.
State vows to join 14 others that favor rougher emission rules.
Pre-COVID initiatives being accelerated, it seems
GM sets its own pace for an all-electric future
Legal fight expected to reach the Supreme Court
Court allows buybacks on diesels rigged to evade pollution standards.
Making a case for adding green credentials to off-road performance
A deep dive into battery tech by a man who was instrumental in helping it get on the road
Solar and wind sources will generate 100% of U.S. facilities by 2030
Cash-for-clunks could deliver cleaner air, faster production relaunch
Virtually all automakers and suppliers expect to reduce r&d spending this year, but company size and location make a difference.
Can the carbon-neutral technology eventually become a viable alternative to electric vehicles?
Carmakers and certification authorities can watch from home during the process
Current regulations align with tougher standards
Gains keep coming despite the boom in trucks and SUVs
Researchers call for more pooled rides in electric vehicles
New phase begins over the company’s never-ending crisis
Volkswagen says it’s ready to begin paying €830 million in reparations in Germany to owners of diesels it rigged to evade European emission standards.
Is the fight over emission standards nearing an end?
European carmakers are pushing a 10-point plan to help reach the region’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.