Last week, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk hit back hard at allegations of unsafe working conditions at the company’s assembly plant in Fremont, California.
Tesla’s cryptic plans to build three new ‘gigafactories’ turned heads, while confounding analysts who cannot believe the company continues to grow while losing money.
Yesterday Lyft announced an expansion in over 50 U.S. cities – adding to the 40 new communities it brought on last month. And the timing is perfect as its largest competitor, Uber, finds itself mired in public relations debacles.
Google’s traffic navigation app Waze plans to expand and take on ride-sharing giants Uber and Lyft. But don’t expect drivers to use it as their primary job.
Automobile companies are quick to tout their sustainability credentials, including more electric vehicle rollouts. But they also want the Donald Trump administration to roll back EPA fuel-efficiency standards. How can these two positions coincide? 3p takes a closer look.
Encouraging your employees to carpool is about more than saving fuel. You may notice other perks like a boost in employee productivity and morale.
Norway keeps breaking records when it comes to electric vehicle sales — a trend experts say will continue. So, what’s the country’s secret sauce? 3p’s Leon Kaye takes a closer look.
Ford Motor Co. will invest $1 billion in Argo AI, an artificial intelligence company, to bolster its goal of rolling out a self-driving car by 2021.
The U.S. has made huge strides in cutting back greenhouse gas emissions – but one sector that remains dirty is transportation. 3p’s Nithin Coca reports on what we could learn from Japan’s world-renowned, sustainable mass transit system.
Protests sparked at airports across the country over the weekend, as thousands showed up to oppose President Trump’s controversial travel ban. In the aftermath, Lyft appeared to stand tall as it opposed the executive order, while Uber suffered a backlash. It all dates back to an ill-timed tweet on Saturday.
The electric car industry is poised to grow exponentially, and countries around the world are vying to lead this market. The arrival of the Chevy Bolt can help the U.S. claim its share of the pie — but it’s only the beginning.
Trump or no Trump, the U.S. Department of Energy is still cooking up ways to get zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered vehicles into the hands of motorists.