Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Tag: electric cars

Tesla delivers record number vehicles amid pandemic doubling third-quarter profits

Third quarter net profit was at $331 million making Tesla on course to turn an annual profit for the first time ever.

Oil industry front group launches latest attack on electric vehicle tax...

The oil and gas industry uses groups like AEA to advocate for its interests, and the incumbent industry that fuels conventional vehicles would benefit from slowing the transition to electric vehicles.

Fees on electric cars, inspired by Koch Network, are unfairly penalizing...

Drivers of electric cars are being unfairly punished by punitive fees in several states, according to a newly published analysis by Consumer Reports....

Wall Street Journal and Senator Barrasso still peddling Koch’s electric car...

Senator John Barrasso and the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) editorial board are once again attacking the federal electric vehicle tax credit, and are once...

New poll shows widespread bipartisan interest in electric cars

This strong majority carried across all demographic groups, with seven out of every 10 self-identified Republican voters viewing electric vehicles positively.

Bad news for Big Oil: Electric vehicle sales to surpass gas...

The BNEF points out that the world's “Electric Car Revolution” could be well underway except for one major factor: Donald Trump.

Koch-funded group, Fueling US Forward, echoes America Rising Squared in misleading...

“This makes electric cars toxic. For both people and the planet.”

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Trump planning to run in 2024? From his jail cell?

This guy is a political crook that has been allowed to run free—so far.

Trump’s suicidal gut instinct at work: ‘Fix those ‘rigged’ elections or we won’t vote.’

Trump can’t stand that he can't punch one hole in one state’s tabulations, thus his ever-tiresome "rigged election" lies, taking the untenable to the unthinkable.

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Our students will be facing challenges beyond what we can begin to imagine, if these past few years are any indication, crises that require far-ranging intelligence, imagination, sensitivity.

Manchin fumes after Sanders op-ed in West Virginia paper calls out obstruction of Biden...

"Congress should proceed with caution on any additional spending and I will not vote for a reckless expansion of government programs."

Follow Alabama’s lead on child care

If one of our poorest states can rise to meet this basic human need, why can’t Congress?