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Past articles by Ira:

More Electric SUVs Are Now Eligible for US Tax Credits

The Biden Administration recently changed its mind about what counts as an SUV. Can you guess which EVs qualify by the new rules? → Read More

How to Turn (Almost) Any Bicycle Into an E-Bike

Swytch Bike sells a DIY e-bike conversion kit complete with motorized wheel and battery pack. The startup can barely keep them in stock. → Read More

Elon Musk’s Twitter Is Full of People Swearing Off Tesla

Tesla has a sizable lead in the US market for electric cars, but plenty of would-be buyers are turned off by the antics of its iconoclast CEO. → Read More

The Best Electric Bike For Every Type of Rider

Find the e-bike that’s right for you, whether you’re a kid-toting parent, a suburban commuter or an apartment-dweller with little extra space. → Read More

More Than Half of US Car Sales Will Be Electric by 2030

Biden’s climate spending is set to kickstart the market for EVs, according to a new forecast from BloombergNEF. → Read More

Who’s Winning on Consumer Climate Incentives: the US or Europe?

The US is rolling out some serious subsidies to encourage consumers to choose a greener lifestyle, but Europeans already have a head start. → Read More

Best Electric Cars: Bloomberg’s Guide to Green EV’s

This interactive dashboard highlights key metrics and design features that measure how sustainable, affordable, and practical each EV model is within the US market. → Read More

This Electric Three-Wheeler Brings Greener Delivery Options

Arcimoto and ElectraMeccanica are making light EVs that they hope to sell to ghost kitchens, grocery delivery services and diners. → Read More

The Electric Bikes Facing Off Against Putin’s War Machine

Delfast founder and CEO Daniel Tonkopi talks e-bikes in Ukraine and managing remotely during a military invasion. → Read More

What If Electric Bikes Were as Cheap as Conventional Bicycles?

Subsidizing the price of e-bikes could be the way to jump-start commuter cycling. → Read More

Are We Still Doing Scooters?

While the number of people using services like Lime and Bird is rebounding, the companies are now framing themselves as a vital aspect of climate policy. → Read More

How to Make a City Safer for E-Bikes? Think Infrastructure

E-bikes are a powerful tool for lowering carbon emissions — boosting adoption is mostly dependent on offering riders protected bike lanes to enhance safety. → Read More

Electric Bikes are Booming (Again)

Rising fuel prices are a part of it. → Read More

Bloomin’ Onions, Dodge Durangos, and Six-Figure Paydays: College Athletes Finally Make Some Cash

In less than a year, marketing deals for NCAA players have become a more than $500 million business. → Read More

100 Million Americans Can Legally Bet on the Super Bowl. Sports Will Never Be the Same

How the NFL got over its unease about legalized gambling. → Read More

America’s Best-Selling Electric Vehicles Ride on Two Wheels

Import data shows e-bikes outpacing electric cars in 2021. → Read More

E-Bike Sales Could Get Big Push From Build Back Better Act

Tucked among the massive U.S. spending bill is a tax credit of up to $900 for electric bicycles. → Read More

Allyson Felix, an Olympic Track Star for the Ages

Felix’s gold in the 4x400 women’s relay in Tokyo was her 11th Olympic medal, making her the most decorated U.S. track athlete in the history of the Games. → Read More

E-Bike Vigilantes Mount Up

With a global boom in electric bikes and a corresponding increase in theft, writing off the losses isn’t the only option. → Read More

VanMoof Plans to Sell a High-Speed e-Bike Whether Cities are Ready or Not

The Dutch company’s CEO talks about why faster is better and the future of micro-mobility. → Read More