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Study: U.S. to take lead in EV race, China not far behind

According to a recent study released by McKinsey & Company, an international consultancy firm, the U.S. is at the top of a list as the country most likely to lead in the emergence of electric vehicles (EVs). The study looked at nine variables that may influence each country's likelihood of adopting EVs as a means for mass transportation, including production costs, electricity rates, government incentives and consumer interest.

By not offering incentives, Australia could be best indicator of electric vehicles' real popularity

With numerous countries aggressively seeking ways to promote electric vehicles (EVs), incentives have popped up almost everywhere. From the $7,500 offered in the U.S.

New study expects electric vehicles to only be 2-5% of market by 2020

A new study from Deloitte Consulting predicts that market acceptance of electric vehicles (EVs) will be much more limited than projections from companies like Nissan and Tesla Motors. Nissan and alliance partner Renault are betting big that electric cars will be huge and for Tesla

Greenlings: Who will be the main players in the electric vehicle space?

Who will be the main players in the electric vehicle space?

2012 Renault Fluence Z.E.

REPORT: Governments need to step up to drive the electric vehicle market

Nissan EV-02 prototype - click above for a high res gallery

Will China be the new Electric Car mecca? It has to

Electric vehicles are striving to have a beneficial impact on the world's economy and are stirring interest from specialized and general media outlets. Forbes, for example, has just published an article on how China is going to become or, we should say, needs to become the mecca of the Electric Car.