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The fuel-sipping cars have been unprofitable, but technological advances are changing that.
A 19th-century idea might lead to cleaner cars, larger-scale renewable energy.
The senator’s proposed $300 million prize for an electric-car battery prompts excitement, skepticism.
The use of vehicles that run on electricity could be a boon to the ailing electrical grid.
The planned plug-in hybrid car is at the core of the automaker’s attempt to reinvent itself. But will the car be a commercial success?
The technology moves out of the lab and into commercial vehicles.
Free-piston engines could be used to generate electricity as efficiently as, and less expensively than, fuel cells.
New materials from MIT could power laser weapons or give hybrid cars jackrabbit acceleration.