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12 February 2009
As the Washington auto show closed its doors on 8 February, policy makers were left to think about how the US could provide the appropriate infrastructure for the increasing demand in plug-in electric vehicles.
5 February 2009
As part of an economic recovery plan, the US Senate has approved a $31 billion tax break to boost alternative energy supplies and energy efficiency. Tax credits for most car owners will range from $2,500 to $7,500.
27 January 2009
Stepping in after 8 years of climate-skeptic US administration, new President Barack Obama is acting swiftly to curb cars and trucks CO2 emissions by pushing for individual states to control emissions standards and wo...
20 January 2009
Following the example of California, eleven Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S. states have agreed to join forces in developing a regional Low Carbon Fuel Standard. Electric vehicles and biofuels have the greatest potenti...
7 January 2009
As the U.S. struggles to close the gap to Asian competitors on the battery front, a new bill introduced in Michigan will support the development and manufacturing of batteries for hybrid and full-electric vehicles. Ho...
27 November 2008
A national strategy plan for electric mobility wants to put Germany at the forefront of electric vehicles development within the next 10 years. At a dedicated two-day conference, however, government and the automotive...
26 November 2008
The government aims to make Ireland a world leader in green transport by having 10% of all vehicles run on electricity by 2020. An announced package allows businesses to write of 100% of the purchase costs of an EV ag...
Charging Infrastructure in the UK
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Updated Standardization Roadmap for U.S. Electric Vehicle Deployment Released
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