Gov. Kay Ivey announced Monday that a new $30 million dollar Electric Vehicle training center will be coming to Decatur.
An electric vehicle manufacturer with alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party tried to locate in Alabama before local economic development officials turned down the project over national security concerns.
Governor Kay Ivey awarded nearly $1 million on Friday to three different businesses in East Alabama to fund electric vehicle charging stations.
Shinhwa Auto USA Corp. announced a $114 million expansion at its Auburn plant that will create 50 jobs.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) visited Four Star Freightliner in Dothan on Thursday to observe day-to-day operations and discuss policies affecting the trucking and freight industries.
With more people in Alabama purchasing electric vehicles and the Biden administration pledging to dramatically increase EV sales by 2030, there is concern that the higher demand for electricity could drive up consumer costs and overwhelm the grid, but there are solutions.
Earlier this month, the Biden administration unveiled a proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that would require two out of every three cars sold in the United States to be electric by 2032.
Some of the state's most influential powerbrokers really want you to consider transitioning to an electric vehicle (EV).
The U.S. Department of Energy is sending $117 million to a planned electric vehicle battery plant in Colbert County.
These “incentives,” in the form of government subsidies, have been utilized to create a market for electric vehicles. In reality, the market’s demand for electric vehicles doesn’t match the current interest with government regulation and subsidies.
State Rep. Danny Garrett said Thursday that he is “unsure” of what the state should do in response to the loss of gas tax revenue that would likely come with a transition to electric vehicles (EV).
Gas prices continue to skyrocket, causing many to consider electric vehicles (EVs) as a viable alternative of transportation and leaving others to wonder if the state's power grid can handle the additional load.
By Brandon Moseley Alabama’s Drive Electric Alabama campaign was launched Monday at UAB. Gov. Kay Ivey (R) joined the Alabama Department...