Midwest Energy News takes a look at how a reported 26 year payback period for the Chevy Volt is based on a pretty unlikely scenario, and should be taken with a grain of salt.
Green Car Reports checks out a California program in which GM is loaning out Volt plug-in cars to folks for a few days so they can get to know the vehicle a little better.
Chevy Volt sales zoom to 2,289 in March, by far the biggest month ever for the plug-in electric, while Nissan Leaf posts a modest monthly gain to 579.
Green Car Reports highlights recent comments from GM CEO Dan Akerson as he addresses concerns from Volt owners at a recent meeting in San Francisco.
Thanks to advanced battery tech investment by this administration, the U.S. could lead the way on electric cars, EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer argues.
General Motors has announced it is temporarily suspending production of its Volt and laying off workers as sales continue not to meet expectations the automaker has set.
Green Car Reports takes a look at U.S. green car sales for February 2012, noting that Nissan Leaf sales declined, while GM Chevy Volt purchases looked to be improving.
Drivers of a low-emission model of the 2012 Chevrolet Volt sold in California can now go solo in the state’s 1,400 miles of HOV lanes.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee releases a report and conducts hearings related to concerns about delays in reporting in the Chevy Volt battery fire issue.
Tecca breaks down the differences between three popular green car choices, noting that the one which comes out on top is based upon your needs as a driver.