In the 1950s, U.S. scientists and policymakers were excited about a new form of carbon-free energy--although not one that's generally considered green today. It was nuclear power. Multiple accidents and concerns over long-term disposal of radioactive fuel essentially killed nuclear-power... read more
Nissan Leaf-Owning Actor: Electricity Good, Nuclear... Not So Much
Electric Cars' Appeal Waning In Japan After Nuclear Disaster?
OK, We Get It: Adam Carolla Likes, and Hates, Electric Cars
As the saying goes, if the French didn't exit, we'd have to invent them: A nation that reveres Jerry Lewis, builds cars with single-spoke steering wheels or names like Kangoo... read more
July 28, 2009 by John Voelcker