2017 Volkswagen e-Golf, first drive, New York City, April 2017

2017 Volkswagen e-Golf, first drive, New York City, April 2017

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The Volkswagen is in extremely short . Analysts forecast may double by . Los Angeles introduces the first double-decker bus. And Ontario, Canada, ends a rebate program for cars and chargers. All of this and more on Green Reports.

The VW eGolf may be in short supply while the automaker gears up for the battery-electric ID Crozz. There are just 10 e-Golfs for sale nationwide.

Oil prices could double by 2020, according to analysts, and it may be a boon to electric car sales.

Los Angeles revealed the first electric double-decker bus and it will enter service later this year.

Ontario, Canada, has ended a cap-and-trade program that funded North America’s most generous electric car and charger subsidies. The subsidy gave electric car buyers  up to $10,000 on their purchase.

Daimler and Bosch plan to launch a self-driving taxi service in Silicon Valley in 2019.

Finally, Uber is rethinking its self-driving car efforts in Pittsburgh in the wake of a fatal crash in Arizona.


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