Today EVs are driven much less than other cars, which has big implications for the environment. Where in the country you drive an electric vehicle matters a lot for the … Continue Reading All Charged Up, No Place to Go
This year, it will drain over $3 billion from the pockets of Californians. We need to find out why. I have written before on this blog about the mystery surcharge, … Continue Reading Trying to Unpack California’s Mystery Gasoline Surcharge
A funny thing happened on the way to repealing fuel economy standards—program benefits went up. As the summer winds down and the school year reboots, I’m trying to finish up … Continue Reading Rebound’s Role in Trump’s Fuel Economy Rollback
Investments in charging infrastructure may encourage electric vehicle adoption even more than vehicle standards. Electric vehicles have taken off in the US. In 2017, electric vehicle sales surged by 25%. … Continue Reading Counteracting the EPA’s Tilt Away from Electric Vehicles
Is public transportation the right vehicle for market transformation? Vehicle emissions have been in the news recently as standards for passenger cars come under attack. While California fights the Trump … Continue Reading Here Comes the Electric Bus
The direct costs would be large. The enrichment of world oil producers would be even larger. A few weeks ago, when California happily announced that it had met its 2020 … Continue Reading Should California Keep Its Oil in the Ground?
As EVs make more inroads, giving tenants somewhere to plug in their cars could become a selling point. Americans have now purchased more than 800,000 electric vehicles, counting both plug-in … Continue Reading Apartments Rarely Have Charging Stations. But Electric Vehicles Need Them