Electrical aeronautics promises to revolutionize aircraft design.
GM has earned high praise this summer – and deservedly so – for its announcement that the forthcoming Chevy Volt electric car will get as much as much as 230 miles per gallon for in-town driving.
But while Detroit was stealing headlines on the ground, a little-known Chinese company was doing something even more incredible in the skies.Jeffrey M. O'Brien - Aug 24, 2009 6:59 AM ET
By Michael V. Copeland
Maybe Tesla chairman Elon Musk flipped through the "R.I.P. Good Times" slide deck that Sequoia Capital showed its startup CEOs last week about the tough road ahead. Whether he did or didn't, Musk pulled a few pages from it, as he announced Wednesday on the Tesla blog that not only would there be layoffs at the electric car startup, he would be taking over as CEO from MOREMichael V. Copeland, Senior Writer - Oct 15, 2008 6:30 PM ET
By Scott Moritz
Solar tech stocks got a small jolt Wednesday after the U.S. Senate included an extension of renewable energy tax credits in its $700 billion financial bailout package.
A vote by the Senate on the financial rescue plan is expected Wednesday. If passed it will head to the House of Representatives, which could vote as early as Thursday. In a surprise move, the Senate version of the proposed package salvages MOREsmoritz - Oct 1, 2008 2:43 PM ET
By Yi-Wyn Yen
LAS VEGAS - GM CEO Rick Wagoner announced his arrival at the Consumer Electronics Show Tuesday night by rolling up in a silver Chevy Volt. But it was another concept car that Wagoner introduced during his keynote speech that wowed the crowd -- the electric-fuel cell hybrid Cadillac Provoq.
In hopes of changing negative perceptions about big American car makers, Wagoner -- the first automotive chief executive to speak MOREyiwyn - Jan 9, 2008 12:28 AM ET
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