A partnership between a Chinese manufacturer and Toyota, the lodestar of Japanese carmaking, yields a middle-class electric car. So far, you can only drive it in China, according to this December 3 story.
As in California, so in Australia. Investors in solar output see their installations overwhelm what the grid can handle, leaving stakeholders to wish for and call for more public investment in new transmission lines.
A developer with skin in the game (mostly) applauds an entirely bipartisan law that just passed in North Carolina to drive serious carbon reduction and solar + storage investment beginning next year. This October 12 op/ed deals in the blow-by-blow that led to success.
This September 17 article invokes scuttlebutt about the construction of a highway just for electric vehicles from India's capital to a northern city. The road remains an idea, but the idea reflects EVs' compelling case to consumers and investors.
One of those jarringly inspired stories from the developing world, this one sizes up a piezoelectric system that an entrepreneur installed outside Freetown, Sierra Leone. People in the power-starved capital trip lights on when they walk.