Keystone State motorists appear to be embracing the transition to EVs, with registrations surging 82% last year, to nearly 43,000.
With the United Auto Workers still on strike, elected officials argue that it’s important for the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed clean-car standards to be enacted.
Pennsylvania governments could save taxpayers millions and reduce pollution by transitioning their fleets to electric vehicles, according to findings from a recent report.
Car prices are dropping, both for gas-powered and electric vehicles. So, are more Pennsylvanians planning to buy EVs?
Pennsylvania is getting around $172 million in federal funding over five years dedicated to expanding electric charging infrastructure across the state.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration received 750 Tesla owner complaints after Tesla’s automated driving system stopped working in the middle of the road.