Limited charging stations are turning once chummy EV drivers who felt part of a special brotherhood to energy thieving and public shamming in order to score a charge, according to The San Jose Mercury News.
Gas prices have tumbled over the past two months. That's a good thing for consumers, but not so good for sales of green-friendly cars.
Tesla Motors CEO and Chief Designer Elon Musk told CBS the car company is looking to have an affordable Tesla on the market soon.
Today is the very last day of the year. And guess what? This is the very last post you'll see on AutoblogGreen in 2009. Fret not, green car aficionados, there will be fresh new material to keep us all interested in 2010, but let's take a minute to look back. Not just on the last decade, but on the entire last century.
Toyota and General Motors will end their joint-research effort on fuel-cell development at the end of next month out of futility-- a 'lack of progress.' All is not bad news, however... the two automakers will extend their alliance in other disciplines (advanced safety, 'intelligent transportation systems,' etc.) for another year. The original Toyota-GM agreement stems back to 1999.