Electric cars continue to be an inscrutable market segment. No company is making money on them, yet carmakers – and now non-carmakers – continue to invest in them.
Dropping gas prices reveal that consumers are more fascinated by hybrid and electric cars than are actually buying them.
Along with slowing foreign economies and an OPEC glut, the US auto industry can claim some credit for dropping fuel prices.
An electric car charging station in the parking lot of the Barnes Foundation served as a backdrop for Penn Environment’s release of a report on the impact electric vehicles are having on the environment.
The county paid half of the $60,000 cost. The rest was covered by a federal grant.
Chris reviews the Los Angeles concert/fundraiser attended by President Obama over the weekend. He also discusses Mayor Nutter’s brokering a peace between a student who wore a Mitt Romney shirt to her school and her teacher. He talks to CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger about the Eagles loss to the Steelers, Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Steve Moore from the Wall Street Journal.
A suburban Philadelphia bank is offering a unique program to try to jump-start the sales of environmentally friendly cars.
The latest and greatest makes and models from around the world will be rolling into the newly renovated, Pennsylvania Convention Center January 28 – February 5, 2012 for the Philadelphia International Auto Show.
Chris talks about the death of Muammar Qaddafi with CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons, Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan with Steve Cordasco, and the state of the Eagles with CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
“Charge it” now has another meaning at the Montgomery County shopping mecca.
Light-weight vehicles may improve fuel economy, but they can also put you at greater risk of injury or death if you’re involved in a crash. So with gas prices rising fast, what’s a budget minded driver to do?
Executive Director Jerry Fergione says they’ve ordered 18 Chevy Volts and 20 charging stations will be built throughout the city.
The Liberty gas station, on Columbus Blvd. near Tasker Street, now has the area’s first public access plug-in station for EVs and hybrid plug-ins.