Electric Vehicles

Honda Unveils New Small Sized Electric Car

Honda, around the same time it unveiled the rather useless UNI-CUB β personal mobility device, also brought into the light a new micro-sized short-distance EV commuter offering. Dubbed the MC-β, it will be entered into field tests in Japan pretty… Read More

Zero Motorcycles Ready For 2014 With New Rides

Zero Motorcycles is a well established company in the electric motorcycles segment, making available models for consumers as well as military and police uses. It recently announced its 2014 line up, which includes word of a new extended driving range… Read More

Denver Airport Adds New Electric Vehicle Chargers

Denver International Airport said it has completed one of the first major public installations of commercial Level 1 electric vehicle charging systems in the country. The project, which kicked off in late August, was handled by Telefonix, an Illinois based… Read More
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Little Guam Aims At Big Time Electric Car Dreams

Could the small U.S. territory of Guam, with a population near 163,000, be home to an electric vehicle revolution? On an island this type of low carbon transportation could certainly provide a cheaper alternative for drivers of gas powered cars… Read More

Via Motors To Build Electric Trucks Down In Mexico

Electric vehicle start up Via Motors, looking to take advantage of a free trade zone in Mexico that’s located near several major automakers and suppliers such as General Motors, inaugurated its first high volume electric vehicle assembly line this week … Read More
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Chrysler Lukewarm On Alternative Drivetrains

Chrysler, unlike rivals GM and Ford, seems to really not to want to be involved in green vehicle development, despite what it might speak to when it announces new technology developments in this area. A few months back it got… Read More
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Peak EV Charging Time May Not Be That Scary

A concern among utilities nationwide with regards to electric car use is what happens to the power grid during times when peak energy usage theoretically could be happening for signature events such as heat waves that tie in with vehicles… Read More

Volvo Loves Electric Vehicle Research Projects

A week ago I wrote up a story about how Volvo is involved in multiple cutting edge low carbon transportation projects, despite not really having much of a green vehicle fleet yet. Now word comes of another undertaking the automaker… Read More
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Tesla Heading To Land Of BMW, Mercedes

Tesla Motors is looking to take it to the big automotive powers in Germany, home of well known names such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz. To do this, it announced today plans for major developments there as it increases European deliveries… Read More