Congress pushes back against the Obama administration's decision to stop research into hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens is backing out of a planned 4,000-megawatt wind farm.
But the bill, which includes caps on carbon dioxide emissions, is still far from becoming law.
Another state forgoes a commonsense approach to reducing gas consumption.
The future of the Model S depended on government loans, which have now been approved.
A new electric vehicle uses polymer-electrolyte batteries.
The chairman of the California Air Resources Board responds to the energy secretary's anti-hydrogen-fuel-cell stance.
Plentiful natural gas could help reduce carbon emissions, but it could also delay zero-carbon technology.
Some powerful industries may yet find ways to shift the burden of reducing emissions to others.
The automaker says that today's bankruptcy filing won't delay the release of its electric car, but it may not have much to say about it.