If there’s such a thing as a Swiss Army Knife of...
Existing lithium-ion batteries rely on the movement of lithium ions between the anode and cathode--and back--as the battery charges and discharges. It's one of the best options we have for powering electric vehicles (and most consumer electronic devices, for that matter) but there's still room for... read more
SOLVED! Electric-Car Mystery: Doorless, Abandoned Nissan Leaf In Palo Alto
Luminos Solar Electric Car For Australian Race Cruises At 55 MPH
Tesla Founder Eberhard Leading VW Efforts in Silicon Valley