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Electric Vehicles Are Hot

Tweet According to a recent Kelly Blue Book report, electric vehicles are rising dramatically in popularity as release dates and sales for electric vehicles such as the Nissan LEAF and the Chevy Volt near.  For…

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GE Commits to 25,000 Electric Vehicles

Tweet With a 25,000 electric vehicle commitment over the next 5 years, GE exhibits its commitment to the future of the electric automobile.  This new commitment will replace half of GEs entire fleet with electric…

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Let’s Make a Deal: China Takes Technology for the Right to Sell Electric Vehicles

In the coming years we are going to see a huge expansion in the Electric Vehicles (EVs) market, both in the form of automobiles and parts suppliers like lithium-ion battery producers. Now, whether or not Electric Vehicles have a positive effect on the environment, is still up for debate. What’s not being debated is the fact that more EVs are coming to market soon. Companies like Nissan Motors and General Motors are leading the way with the introduction of the Nissan Leaf & Chevy Volt, but if China has anything to say about it, their market lead will be washed away by 2020.

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GM Prices Volt At $41K

Tweet General Motors has announced that its electric car, the Volt, will be priced at $41,000. Compared to Nissan’s Leaf, that’s considerably more. Of course, you can point to big price differences in gasoline-powered cars…

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Enterprise to rent Nissan EV Leaf

Tweet Enterprise Rent-A-Car has announced plans to buy 500 electric cars from Nissan to add to its fleet of rentals for 2011. These no-emission vehicles, which do not use any gasoline, are planned to be…

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Is Honda Chasing Toyota For EV Greatness?

Tweet No one likes to be beat. Auto manufacturers particularly do not like to be bested by the competition. Honda and Toyota have been rivals on the assembly line for decades. It’s only right that…