Once thought of as cute science projects, electric vehicles sales are seeing hockey-stick growth – an investor’s dream. Last year, U.S. EV sales jumped 81%. Tesla’s models are being joined by a host of EVs from the world’s top car manufacturers. China is the biggest EV market, and there are plenty of companies poised to benefit from the coming torrid growth in this sector.
Pop-Up EV Chargers Could Be a Game Changer for Cities
This disappearing EV charger could make charging an electric car in urban environments seamless.
The EV Semitruck Race Is Heating Up
Tesla and Nikola Corp. are competing to release the first EV semitruck.
Is Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology the Future of EVs?
Hydrogren fuel cells may be used to power future electric vehicles.
The Semitruck Market Is Heating Up Thanks to the New Tesla
Semitrucks are some of the biggest polluters. But that may be about to change thanks to competition among car manufacturers.
Miss the Tesla Stock Pop? Catch Up With One Play
Discover a cheap backdoor way to capitalize on Tesla’s recent success – for a fraction of the price.
Lower Battery Costs Mean More Affordable EVs
Better technology, combined with rising demand, is driving down battery costs to make EVs more affordable.
Opportunities in EVs and Charging for 2020
Renewable energy – including EVs and charging – is my main investment focus for 2020.
Race Tightens Between EVs and ICE-Powered Cars
The electric vehicle revolution cannot be stopped… and I’m not the only one who thinks so.
Will the Porsche Taycan Sign Tesla’s Death Sentence?
Two weeks ago, Porsche introduced its first EV, the 2020 Taycan. How will this affect Tesla?
Why the U.S. Should Envy China’s Electric Bus Fleet
The fastest-growing segment of electric transportation isn’t cars… it’s electric buses.