Automakers are racing to introduce new electric cars. Will they ever succeed?
On Wednesday, House lawmakers held a fractious hearing over federal loans that had been made to struggling electric-car manufacturer Fisker Automotive.
The based company had a much-hyped idea for electric vehicles — battery-swapping. But to date, the company has only sold 750 cars in Israel and is losing $500 million. What happened?
As the New York Times and Tesla Motors trade bitter accusations over a test drive of the Model S, a look at what the future of electric cars might hold.
A123 Systems, an electric-car battery maker that has received $250 million in stimulus grants, just filed for bankruptcy. Since this is bound to be big political fodder, here are a few things to know about the company, its collapse, and the broader battery industry.