In the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, DOE reduced funding for the hydrogen technology program by nearly $70 million in order to focus on technologies deployable at large scale in
Toyota shares closed today at 92.81 up 7.68 from the pre-news level of last week.
Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, has been going through some tough times as of late. The automaker has been experiencing recall after recall, which has helped lead to a decline in sales.
Japan had been the world's second largest economy going all the way back to 1968 – a year before man walked on the moon and 11 years after Toyota first started operating in the United States.
The Tucson iX Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) is the third generation and will debut at the conference. (Photo by permission of Hyundai media.)
The picture taken by Patrick Rall, TorqueNews writer and photographer, shows the By-Wire technology including the accelerator, where the traditional cable has been severed in favor of electrical wi
Toyota got the good news that they had been hoping for when US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood issued the following statement regarding the extensive testing done on the automakers questionable
The initial portion of the study of the Toyota accelerator system found no flaws in the electronics system as recorded by the vehicle’s “black box” data recorder but with the help of NASA and the N
Any rise in pre-market hours, before New York’s official open, usually implies fundamental strength or shocking news.
Speaking to CNNMoney.com, Mike Omotoso, an industry analyst with J.D. Power and Associates, said his firm expects that about 20,000 electric vehicles will be sold this year.
Note the gap at the open from Tuesday's close, as traders, like Toyota's customers, are once again voting with their money.
Think about it. We have ETFs representing literally everything else from airlines, gaming, media to timber, water, oil, natural gas, wheat, corn and gasoline.
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Will Hosni Mubarak step down peaceably? Will there be a moderate transition? Those are the questions on the political front.
On the economic front, its budding auto and SUV industry is at stake.
Unlike Sgt. Pepper, though, the automobile has never really gone out of style. Fact is, that day has since lived in infamy, because it is considered the official birthday of the automobile.
The auto dealers resist the plan to pay the plug-in hybrid tax credit at the time of purchase because they fear they could be left with large out-of-pocket expenses if applications for reimbursemen
In a study released at the Washington Auto Show, the Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business showed that purchasers of diesel engines could recuperate the extra cost of their purchase within 18 m
It’s been written that Israeli-born Shai Agassi is much more than a car-part inventor or a lithium-battery whiz: He's an electric-car prophet.
Problem is, incentives are always at the tax payers’ expense; and most tax payers cannot afford an EV even with incentives and a job.
Perhaps it was the general market. Still, it was only a few weeks ago that Ford stock was labeled as a growth story per Mad Money’s Jim Cramer at Dearborn Truck Plant.