This week on energyNOW -
In "Charging the Road," correspondent Lee Patrick Sullivan studies the new revolution in electric vehicles, and how advocates are working to make sure it doesn't die out like the last one in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
"Energy Then" shows you the first solar car - produced in 1960. It took hours to charge and topped out at 20 mph.
On "The Mix," filmmaker Bjorn Lomborg, actress Gloria Reuben and Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Daniel Weiss discuss Lomborg's new film, "Cool It" and whether it treats the topic of climate change properly and proposes appropriate solutions.
This week's "Hot Zone" goes around the world in 80 days - more or less - in the first all-electric vehicle race, with a major milepost at the upcoming UN climate talks in Cancun.
And in "Algae to Fuel," chief correspondent Tyler Suiters heads to a place where the focus is on America's past to look at what many consider to be a revolutionary concept in fuel production.