Tesla receives top scores in Moody’s Carbon Transition Assessment

By Joey Klender Posted on November 7, 2019 Tesla was recognized as the only manufacturer to receive the highest possible score on Moody’s Carbon Transition Assessments (CTAs). The CTA measures an automotive company’s ability to transition to a “low carbon future”, according to the research and analytics group based in Manhattan, New York. Moody’s uses […]

Jaguar I-PACE buyer shares ownership experience: range issues, regrets, Teslas, and why EV training matters

By Simon Alvarez Posted on July 8, 2019 Umang Shah is the very definition of a “car guy.” Over his 20 years of car ownership, he has owned 19 vehicles of different styles and brands, from hot hatches to off-road-capable SUVs to high-performance station wagons. This is why, when premium electric cars with decent range […]

GM and Fiat Chrysler admit that they’re buying regulatory credits from Tesla

By Simon Alvarez Posted on June 3, 2019 Being an automaker that exclusively produces all-electric vehicles, Tesla has been gaining significant revenue over the years by selling federal greenhouse gas credits to fellow carmakers, which are needed by the car companies to offset the sales of internal combustion vehicles in the US market. Filings earlier […]