Students from fifteen universities are in the middle of a three-year green car competition that, win or lose, often leads them to jobs with the Big Three.
Until fairly recently, General Motors was a supporter of climate denial groups. But its turnabout, taking on a new role as a fighter for carbon reductions, has been dramatic and real.
The oil industry says consumers will pay an additional six to nine cents per gallon at the pump for a new EPA plan to get sulfur out of gasoline. The Natural Resources Defense Council say the actual cost is less than a penny unless you factor in huge profits.
The average new car costs more than $30,000-- out of reach for median-income people in nearly every major city, in a recent survey. The good news? Under-$15,000 sub-compacts are offering great value and fuel economy. Electrics are looking better, too.
Honda partners with SolarCity for a unique project, subsidizing solar power for car owners and dealers.
Supporting the American battery industry against foreign competition makes sense, but here's one $249 million grant that didn't go well. The grants were designed to help U.S. firms be competitive against Asian battery giants, but it's one of the latter that's walking away with A123's assets.