White House plan to review vehicle emissions targets draws criticismWed, 15, Mar 2017
President Trump's plan to reassess strict U.S. light-vehicle emissions standards drew criticism from Democrats and environmental groups who accused him of risking more carbon emissions and higher fuel costs.
Magna develops self-charging electric-fuel cell combo vehicleWed, 08, Mar 2017
Cobalt prices soar as investors see demand for lithium ion batteriesWed, 01, Mar 2017
Fuel efficient cars always make senseMon, 27, Feb 2017
Toyota's giant hydrogen leap gets an assist from ShellTue, 21, Feb 2017
Ingredients to 50-plus mpgMon, 20, Feb 2017
Carmakers can't be fooled by gas pricesMon, 13, Feb 2017
Automotive News was correct in calling out the Detroit 3 in its editorial in the Feb. 6 issue ("Detroit 3 should skip scare tactics in CAFE debate") for using scare tactics and squishy jobs research when lobbying the president on fuel economy standards.
GM, Honda to jointly build hydrogen fuel cells at Michigan factory in 2020Mon, 30, Jan 2017
General Motors and Honda plan to invest $85 million to build hydrogen fuel cell stacks for next-generation green vehicles at a factory in Michigan. The joint venture, Fuel Cell System Manufacturing will begin producing the fuel cell systems around 2020.
GM, Honda to announce fuel cell technology advance, report saysFri, 27, Jan 2017
General Motors and Honda are expected on Monday to announce an expansion of their collaboration on fuel cell technology development, people familiar with the plans told Reuters after a press conference advisory was released.
Bosch's 2016 profit slides 7% on EV investmentsFri, 27, Jan 2017
Underlying operating profit at Robert Bosch fell 6.5 percent to 4.3 billion euros ($4.6 billion) last year, the group said on Friday. Bosch has been investing in technologies such as intelligent systems that cut down on how much power electric cars use, while divesting traditional industrial products such as starter motors and generators.
Mitsubishi fined $4.2 million over mileage cheating by Japan watchdogFri, 27, Jan 2017
Japan's consumer watchdog ordered Mitsubishi to pay a $4.2 million fine for false advertising of its vehicles sold in the domestic market, after the automaker last year admitted to overstating their mileage readings.