By John Murawski for RealClearWire U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm gave Americans an unintended glimpse of the future during her road trip […]
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When electric vehicle manufacturer Rivian announced a new factory was coming to Georgia in December 2021, Georgia state officials rushed to offer the auto maker $1.5 billion in tax credits and subsidies.
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The EPA’s new emissions standards require manufacturers to increase overall fuel efficiency by over 25% by 2026.
There is a growing revolt across much of Europe against Net Zero mandates in general and electric vehicle mandates in particular.
Jamie Dimon has voiced his reservations over the Biden administration’s drive for electric vehicles, claiming that it poses a threat to national security.
Marco Rubio called for an investigation after Michigan pledged $1 billion in taxpayer subsidies to a Ford EV plant with Chinese ties.
Car and energy experts say there is no such thing as a zero-emissions vehicle: For now and the foreseeable future.
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New Jersey will spend $60 million of taxpayer funds to give $4,000 to each person who buys an electric vehicle.