electric vehicles

EVs OK, but ICE still have plenty of energy to burn

By BENJAMIN LAWLER // The internal combustion engine is old, inefficient and dirty. Its days are numbered. The future is electric vehicles, which are new, efficient and clean. At least, that what you’ve been told, by people who have a financial interest in propagating EVs. The truth is somewhat different. EVs and ICE-powered vehicles first competed in the late 1800s. But in the early 1900s, the ICE was found to be more desirable due to…


Albany electrifies municipal ZEV efforts

 By GREGORY ZELLER // Albany is opening its pocketbook to municipalities building new electric-vehicle infrastructure. The governor’s office announced this week that $3 million in funding is available for New York cities, towns, villages and counties leasing or purchasing battery-electric, hydrogen-powered and other zero-emission vehicles. Financial help is also available for municipalities installing new zero-emission infrastructure, such as electric charging stations. Funding will come in the form of rebates provided through the $300 million New…