Electric Vehicles Won't Reduce US Emissions: Study

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed an advanced simulation that projects future emissions in the United States and the results of this study are surprising.

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Tesla Model S Sets Electric Coast-to-Coast Record

Shortly after Tesla announced that it had completed its Supercharger network from Los Angeles to New York, a pair of Model S sedans began their coast-to-coast journey.

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BMW I3 Production More Advanced Than Model S: CEO

The CEO of BMW North America believes that the new i3 is the most advanced EV when it comes to how the car is produced, contrary to statements made by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.  

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People Pick EVs for Environment Over Pump Savings

A new study finds that more electric vehicle buyers made their choice for environmental reasons than for gas mileage.

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Hyundai Bringing New Electric Vehicle to US by 2017

Hyundai will be bringing an all-new electric vehicle to the U.S. market within three years.

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Nissan E-NV200 Undergoing US Testing by FedEX

Nissan and FedEX Express have teamed up to put the Japanese automaker’s all-electric e-NV200 to the test in real world conditions in Washington, D.C.

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2014 Nissan Leaf Priced at $29,830

Following a massive price cut last year, Nissan has kept things steady this year for its electric Leaf.

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2013 Plug-in Vehicle Sales Rise to Over 96,000

Sales of plug-in vehicles reached an all-time high last year with around 96,050 units moved off the lots, an impressive increase compared to 2012’s figure of 53,172.

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Gasoline Vehicles to Remain Dominant in 2040: Report

Gas-powered vehicles will remain dominant on the road in 2040 according to a report by the U.S. Energy Information Agency.

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BMW, Toyota Tie-Up Sees 'Big Steps' in EV Technology

According to BMW’s head of marketing, the partnership between BMW and Toyota has already led to “big steps” in battery technology for electric vehicles.

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Chevy Volt Owners Drive More EV Miles Than Leaf Owners: Report

According to a recent report, Chevrolet Volt owners are driving more electric-only miles than owners of the fully-electric Nissan Leaf.

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Nissan Leaf Can Now Power Your Office Building

Nissan is currently testing its new “Vehicle-to-Building” technology, which allows up to six Nissan Leaf electric vehicles to be connected to and provide electricity to a building’s power distribution board.

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Consumers Turned Off By High EV Prices
Electric vehicles face many hurdles compared to their conventional, internal-combustion-powered counterparts. Consumers are generally unfamiliar with them plus they have range-related issues, but that’s not all; pricing is also a problem for new-vehicle shoppers.

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Most Car Shoppers Aren't Aware of EV Rebates, Subsidies: Survey

According to a recent survey, 95 percent of U.S. car shoppers aren’t aware of state and local subsidies, rebates and other incentives related to plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles.

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Luxury SUV Buyers Want Hybrids, Truck Shoppers Do Not: Survey

A recent study has revealed that truck shoppers are the least likely to join the hybrid and electric vehicle movement.

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