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California first to likely give extra funds to low-income EV buyers

SB 1275 Passes In California Assembly, 46-23

Posted Aug 27th 2014 7:44PM

California State Senator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) and Charge Ahead CA supporters

If you're of the opinion that current federal and state support for electric vehicle shoppers in the US are really just hand-outs to the already well-to-do, you might like what California State Senator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) is up to. De Leon sponsored a bill earlier this year called the Charge Ahead California Initiative (State Bill 1275) which today passed the California Assembly by a vote of 46-23. The state Senate is expected to send the bill to Governor Edmund Brown soon.

The bill will "establish an income cap to stretch valuable public dollars to incentivize clean car purchases that would not otherwise occur."

What does Charge Ahead do differently? Well, it changes the already-popular and effective Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) that hands out $2,500 to zero-emission vehicle purchasers to not only have a bigger funding pile but also to "establish an income cap to stretch valuable public dollars to incentivize clean car purchases that would not otherwise occur, and would step down rebate levels over time as technology costs decrease." The bill has ways to encourage going green as well as going car-free. If you are in the "low-income" category, then you can get a minimum of $2,500 for cashing in your clunker for a ZEV. If, on the other hand, you're a low-income resident getting rid of a car to shift to the car-free/carsharing lifestyle, then you will get a minimum of $1,500. All others get, at most, $1,000. These amounts are less than previously reported, but the final bill has not yet been signed. SB 1275 also supports new carsharing programs, new EV charging stations and, "provides access to financing options that would lower combined monthly car payments and fuel costs."

You can learn more about Charge Ahead in this PDF, read the bill here and see a press release below.

News Source: Charge Ahead California

National Plug In Week grows to 115 cities across 35 states for 2014

Posted Aug 27th 2014 5:57PM

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Forget about one National Plug In Day. We're going to need seven this year. And lots of cities will be participating in the party.

National Plug In Day is becoming National Drive Electric Week for 2014, with festivities taking place between September 15 and 21, according to advocacy group Plug in America. Organizers expect at least 35,000 attendees to attend events in more than 115 cities across 35 states.

And for good reason. Ride-and-drive events, food and drink, and family activities will be standard procedure for everyone who want to get a better look at the various EVs and plug-in hybrids parading through town. And many of the events will have a local spin. Houston's will be in front of a solar-powered IKEA store. In Southern California, UCLA and Santa Monica High School will hold lectures and educational programs about new drivetrain technology. And in New Hampshire, 50 EVs will be whirring their way up Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern US.

Last year, National Plug In Day's organizers Plug In America, Sierra Club and the Electric Auto Association planned the annual event for around 95 US cities, up from 60 in 2012 and the "measly" 29 that celebrated the first-ever event in 2011. You can find more info in Plug in America's press release below.

News Source: Plug In America

Recharge Wrap-Up: Volvo 7900 Electric Hybrid bus, SiC could make Tesla Model S $6,000 cheaper

US And EU Considering Lowering Biofuel Targets; GM Brings Bikesharing To Tech Center

Posted Aug 27th 2014 3:56PM

volvo 7900 electric hybrid bus

Volvo is officially introducing its 7900 Electric Hybrid bus at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Germany next month. The coach bus reduces carbon emissions by up to 75 percent, and does its part to reduce noise pollution as well. It uses 60 percent less energy than comparable diesel buses. In city routes, it runs on electricity an average of 70 percent of the time. Volvo has also introduced safety features like auto brake technology to help avoid and mitigate collisions. Read more in the press release, below.

A new report finds that silicon carbide (SiC) will likely be the key to cheaper EVs. Using SiC or gallium nitride (GaN) instead of silicon power electronics is more efficient, and allows components to be smaller, lighter and cheaper to manufacture. The report states that SiC is close to being commercially ready and will be used as early as 2020. SiC could reduce battery costs in a Tesla Model S by $6,000. The use of SiC could make charging faster, make EVs cheaper and more convenient and possibly convince more people to ditch their fossil fuel-powered vehicles. Read more at Inside EVs.

General Motors is instituting a bikesharing program to allow employees to get around its 330-acre Warren, MI tech center. Through a partnership with Zagster, a total of fifty bicycles will be placed at at least seven locations around the campus. The center is home to 19,000 employees, 61 buildings, and 11 miles of roads. The bikes are part of ongoing sustainability efforts by GM. Read more at Bloomberg.

The US and EU are looking to lower their biofuel goals, according to a new report. The US is considering cutting 3 billion gallons from the required renewable fuels for 2014. This adjustment comes in response to a decrease in demand in gasoline over the last seven years, and would be the first step to relaxing the Renewable Fuel Standard. In Europe, concerns over inflation of food costs are causing regulators to consider lowering the ceiling of food-based biofuels from 10 percent to 7 percent. Read more at Domestic Fuel.

Brammo offers massive price drop on electric motorcycles

Enertia Plus Now At $6,995, Down From $10,995

Posted Aug 27th 2014 1:58PM

Shelina Moreda shows off the Brammo Empulse R

The sun may be setting on summer, but it's just rising on the best electric motorcycle deal ever. Brammo has just launched an end-of-summer promotion that chops thousands of dollars off the price tags of several of its models. If you've been mulling a move to a two-wheeled electric vehicle, this is likely the best value you will see for some time.

The Enertia Plus is the least expensive electric motorcycle you can buy.

Though the Oregon-based company likes to focus on its premier products, the Empulse and Emulse R, its Enertia Plus is a pretty sweet commuter bike. It has a simpler one-gear drivetrain and offers between 40-to-80 miles of range. Now, at $6,995 – down from $10,995 – it's the least expensive electric motorcycle you can buy.

Of course, the Empulse models are probably the best-handling and best-looking battery bike currently on the market, and with $5,000 slashed from the bottom line, they only become even more compelling. Step back in time and grab a 2013 machine and you can save an additional $2,000.

If you want to ride into summer's sunset, we suggest stopping by a dealer for a test drive. For Angelenos, that will mean a visit to Brammo's newest retailer, Hollywood Electrics. To get a good technical look at what goes into an Empulse, scroll below for video featuring the company's director of product development (and all-around nice guy) Brian Wismann explaining its workings using a cut-away model.

As a bonus, we've also thrown in an awesome video from Brammo's racing sponsor, Icon, which features a pair of prototype Empulse RR bikes enthusiastically tearing up some curvaceous blacktop in the Northwest wilds. While these machines are not available for sale at any price, we suspect something similar may make its way into the line up before too long.
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2015 Volvo XC90

Posted Aug 27th 2014 11:27AM

Volvo XC90

The new XC90 isn't just about the new XC90 – it's as much about the new generation of Volvos that will result.

Around the turn of the millennium, Volvo seemed like the perfect automaker to make a crossover. It had, after all, already established for itself a reputation for building all-wheel-drive wagons for transporting families in safety and comfort. But while its competitors marched one by one into the luxury utility market, Volvo held out. That was, anyway, until the debut of the original XC90 in 2002. And it's never looked back since.

Over the past baker's dozen years of production, Volvo has produced over 600,000 examples of the XC90 – not to mention another half-million or so of the smaller XC60 that followed. In other words, the decision to build the XC90 in the first place may very well have been among the smartest that Volvo has ever made. But after an unusually long lifecycle, Volvo has finally retired the first-gen XC90, and it's replacing it with the model you see here. And with it, it's ushering in a bold new era for the Swedish automaker.

After a series of three particularly handsome concept cars and even more teasers and advanced details, we're finally looking at the new 2015 Volvo XC90 here at its birthplace in Sweden. The big-production live reveal with media in attendance from around the world is testimony in and of itself to the importance of the new XC90's arrival to a marque that's always had a loyal following and is, after a period of stagnation, only growing. Because the new XC90, you see, isn't just about the new XC90: it's as much about the new generation of Volvos that will result.

Image Credit: Live photos copyright 2014 Noah Joseph / AOL

Consumer Reports says Ram 1500 tops fuel economy fight [w/video]

Toyota Highlander Hybrid Knocks Out Midsize SUV Competition

Posted Aug 27th 2014 10:15AM

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Consumer Reports takes its independent vehicle testing procedures seriously. In an era when we have to question the EPA's official ratings thanks to recent re-evaluations from Ford and Hyundai, an independent voice is important. So, when CR says something is the best, it's worth paying attention to.

The Ram 1500 EcoDiesel has "about the same fuel-economy numbers that we typically see in a midsized SUV." – Jake Fisher

In this case, CR took a look at the fuel economy of the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel and found that it came out on top of the fullsize pickup truck pack. The Ram did so with 20 miles per gallon overall and 27 mpg on the highway. CR gave the truck a total road test score of 82. The EPA says that the EcoDiesel 1500 gets 28 mpg on the highway, 20 mpg city and 23 mpg combined. Comparing official EPA numbers, the Ram is also the best among trucks in its class. It's nice when people agree on something.

As we know from first-hand, long-distance experience, you can push the 1500 EcoDiesel to 38 mpg. CR found in its own testing that the truck had, "about the same fuel-economy numbers that we typically see in a midsized SUV," said Jake Fisher, CR's director of automotive testing, in a statement.

Speaking of midsized SUVs, CR also announced this week that the new Toyota Highlander Hybrid got the top spot in CR's ratings in that category. CR liked pretty much everything about the SUV, saying that the "transitions between electric power and the gas engine are seamless" and that, "the new Highlander also handles better, with a steadier ride and reduced body lean in corners." You can find more at the CR website, in the October print issue of Consumer Reports or in the video and press release below.
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Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Jonathon Ramsey / AOL

Elon Musk says 'right on' to letter asking for new Model S features

Will We Soon See Tesla Ads In The Media?

Posted Aug 27th 2014 7:57AM

Elon Musk Tesla Open Letter Ad

If you want to get Tesla CEO Elon Musk's attention, taking out a full-page ad in his local newspaper will apparently do the trick. That's what two self-proclaimed "very highly satisfied" Model S owners did, asking for a few small changes in the popular EV. In response, Musk Tweeted a picture of the ad and wrote, "Ad taken out in Palo Alto Daily [News] by two Model S owners is right. Many of the suggestions will be implemented soon." The ad also appeared in the Palo Alto Weekly.

You can see all of the requests by clicking the image above, but we'll mention some of them here. Improved voice-activated phone dialing, better sensors (like blind-spot monitors), redesigned sun visor, automatically closing charging port door and then the big one: Tesla ads.

Tesla isn't talking about when the new features will be available, but if any of those items are unlikely in the near future, it's Tesla advertisements. After all, why pay for media attention when a simple Tweet about other people paying for your ad can get tremendous amounts of attention?

News Source: Huffington Post, Teslarati

Which is more fuel efficient, driving with a pickup's tailgate up or down?

Posted Aug 26th 2014 7:57PM

2015 Ford F-150

Thanks to the smoke wand in the wind tunnel, you can actually see the difference in our video.

Should you drive with your pickup truck's tailgate up or down? It's an age-old controversy that's divided drivers for decades. Traditionalists will swear you should leave the tailgate down. Makes sense, right? It would seem to let the air flow more cleanly over the body and through the bed. But there's also a school of thought that argues trucks are designed to look and operate in a specific manner, and modern design techniques can help channel the airflow properly. So don't mess with all of that: Leave the tailgate up.

Which is true?

To solve this tailgate debate, we went inside the wind tunnel at Ford to test the aerodynamics of the 2015 Ford F-150. The model's exterior design manager Brad Richards explained that the new truck was designed with purposeful edges and shapes that look imposing, yet still allow the F-150 to maintain strong aerodynamics. "We think this is the toughest F-150 by far, but also the most efficient," Richards said.

All of this matters, as loyal Ford truck buyers expect the F-150 to look a certain way, but the Blue Oval is also projecting fuel economy gains thanks to the new truck's use of lightweight aluminum. And no matter how light the truck is, fuel-economy gains could be wiped out with poor aerodynamics. With that in mind, Ford styled the truck to maintain its beefy look, but also beat its predecessor in the wind tunnel. Ford paid close attention to a new, lower air dam, mirrors that were redesigned "a dozen times" and a small lip on the rear tailgate. Acting as a spoiler, the lip allows air to cleanly detach from the body. Thanks to the smoke wand in the wind tunnel, you can actually see the difference tailgate up versus tailgate down in our video.

Ford remains tight-lipped about the F-150's fuel economy numbers, but it admits dropping the tailgate would increase drag by about eight percent – and sandbag fuel economy. Even for older models without the fancy spoiler, you're hurting efficiency and lowering your gas mileage when driving with the tailgate down, argues Richards.

So there's your verdict, straight from the wind tunnel: Leave the tailgate up.

Image Credit: Copyright 2014 / AOL

Indianapolis utility customers will pay less for BlueIndy carsharing

New Settlement Drops Monthly Fee From 44 to 28 Cents

Posted Aug 26th 2014 6:01PM

BlueIndy Carsharing EVs

The BlueIndy carsharing program is currently being tested in Indianapolis, IN, but there is already some good news to report. The utility company supporting the all-electric-vehicle system, Indianapolis Power And Light, originally thought it would charge its customers 44 cents a month for BlueIndy, but that number has been dropped to 28 cents after a settlement with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor.

IPL and the OUCC disagreed on whether installing car chargers and providing the BlueCar vehicles to residents to use for short trips around the city was in the public interest. The utility said it was, and as part of the settlement, the OUCC now agrees. The Utility Consumer Counselor, David Stippler, said in a statement (PDF) that, "we believe this agreement is in the public interest and should be approved by the [Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission]." You can read the full thing below.

"The captive ratepayers of IPL are being forced to subsidize a French multibillion-dollar corporation." – Kerwin Olson

Not everyone is so impressed. Kerwin Olson, the executive director of a group called Citizens Action Coalition, told the Indianapolis Business Journal that, "This settlement does not change the fact that the captive ratepayers of IPL are being forced to subsidize a French multibillion-dollar corporation for a project that has nothing to do with providing electric service."

To get people interested in the EVs, BlueIndy (which is owned by the city of Indianapolis and the Bollore Group from France) is offering free test drives this summer. Check out the official website for details. The company has not yet announced how much the service will cost users, but the plan calls for 500 EVs to be available once BlueIndy is in full swing next year.

News Source: AP

Image Credit: Copyright 2014 Sebastian Blanco / AOL

Rhode Island approves EV-specific license plates

Posted Aug 26th 2014 3:59PM



OK, so it only took a couple of years for Rhode Island to get the hang of electric vehicle-specific license plates, like its New England neighbors. Now that the smallest state in the union has caught on, it's nice to see that Rhode Island has upped the game by including hybrids in that strategy.

Last month, Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee gave the go-ahead to have a special hybrid and electric vehicle demarcation, Rhode Island publication the Valley Breeze says. The words "Electric/Hybrid" will be placed underneath the plate numbers, where "Ocean State" usually appears. Folks buying new hybrids and plug-ins will start being given the new plates for free this fall, while people who already own vehicles with electrified powertrains will have to pay as much as $31.50 to get their plates switched over.

The stated reason for the new plates is safety. Specifically, the plates will let first responders who might have to use the jaws of life to pry a driver out of a vehicle know which cars are juiced and could therefore present a risk for electrocution. Massachusetts started doing the same thing a couple of years ago by adding the silhouette of a little-bitty green electric vehicle to some of its plates.

Despite being behind on the plate front, Rhode Island has been forward-thinking when it comes to advanced-powertrain vehicles. Last year, the state awarded a $781,000 contract to ChargePoint to build out plug-in vehicle charging stations at many of its beaches and state parks.

News Source: Valley Breeze via Green Car Reports

Image Credit: Madeleine_H/Flickr

Recharge Wrap-up: Tesla is for Mistresses; Yo, free Smart ED rides!

Zipcar Adds Honda Fit EV To UC Davis Fleet; California Green HOV Tag Expansion Clears Senate

Posted Aug 26th 2014 1:57PM

smart fortwo yo

Smart used the Yo app to give free test rides to San Franciscans last week. Yo is a free app wherein users tap a username to send a notification that simply says "Yo" to the recipient. Signs at locations in the Mission and SoMa neighborhoods gave instructions to send a Yo to SmartUSA for a free ride anywhere in the city. Three of the eight Smart vehicles used for the promotion were the Smart Fortwo Electric Drive. The event allowed people to see how well suited the cars are to the city, particularly when it comes to San Francisco's parking problems. It also saved users the fare of an Uber or Lyft hire. Read more at TechCrunch.

Zipcar has added the 2014 Honda Fit EV to its UC Davis fleet near Sacramento, California. The cars will go to the school's West Village, a planned zero net energy community, which plans to generate as much energy as it uses within a year. "Innovations like solar power to help generate the electricity needed to charge the EV," says Dan Sperling, founding director of the school's Institute of Transportation Studies, "and fully zero emission car sharing moves us aggressively toward a sustainable future." The addition of the Fit EVs will also give cash-strapped students access to affordable emissions-free driving. Read more in the press release, below.

California is one step closer to adding 15,000 new green HOV stickers after a bill was approved by the state Senate. Now the bill must go up before the California State Assembly for approval before it can be signed by Governor Jerry Brown. The bill will raise the total number of the green HOV stickers for plug-in hybrids to 70,000. Raising the cap on the green decals, which allow owners use of the carpool lanes, could encourage more California drivers to buy a PHEV. Read more at Inside EVs.

The Tesla Model S made a star appearance on the ABC television show Mistresses. In the episode "Choices," the character Joss receives the car as a gift from her fiancé, but is not all too happy about it, seeing it as putting her in a position of dependency. "I could never in a million years afford that Tesla," Joss complains to her friend. "How am I ever supposed to get mad at him when he can hold a Tesla over my head?" The luxury EV makes an on-screen appearance in the episode complete with an interior shot of the car's touchscreen display. See a clip from the episode below or read more at Green Car Reports.

News Source: TechCrunch, Inside EVs, Green Car Reports, Zipcar via Nasdaq

Image Credit: @smartcarusa

2015 Volvo XC90 is the Swedish future

Posted Aug 26th 2014 9:46AM

Volvo XC90

Dashboard of 2015 Volvo XC90It's been months since the Concept XC Coupe debuted at the Detroit Auto Show, Volvo's last show car previewing its all-new 2015 XC90. But the production model is finally here after years of development, and it signals the future of the Swedish automaker with its Scalable Product Architecture modular platform and cutting-edge new engine family.

The 2015 XC90 carries all-new styling, but is still familiar up front, with the company's logo slashing diagonally through its prominent, upright grille. Like the concept, it carries T-Shaped LED running lights through the headlights. The company calls them the "Thor's Hammer" design, an evocative designation that we think is fantastic. Under that new front end is a choice of two quite powerful, but very efficient powertrains. The standard XC90 gets a 2.0-liter turbocharged and supercharged engine with all-wheel drive making an impressive 316 horsepower. Or if buyers want to be a little greener and more powerful, there is the XC90 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid with the same engine, albeit augmented with an electric motor to produce a staggering 400 hp.

The exterior styling is crisp, if not quite as sensual as Volvo's latest concepts, but we think the interior is the real star here, with a dashboard that looks like it came out of a Herman Miller catalog and a unique vertically oriented infotainment screen integrated into its center stack, perhaps taking a cue from Tesla. If the cabin feels as good as it looks, we think a lot of sales are going to be won inside.

Volvo prides itself on its safety reputation, and the new XC90 is no different with some brand-new tech. First, there's a run-off road protection package that absorbs energy between the seat and its frame that "cushions the vertical forces." There's also an intersection braking system that stops the crossover if it tries to pull out in front of an oncoming car.

US pricing for the XC90 T6 AWD starts at $48,900, and comes standard with luxury features like nav and a panoramic sunroof. There's also going to be a limited run of 1,927 First Edition models (the date the brand was founded) that come with all of the options and special badges but have to be reserved online starting on September 3rd at 10:00 AM ET. Prices for these exclusive vehicles start at $65,900.

Consider this an appetizer of our full coverage of the 2015 XC90. The embargo has been lifted after numerous leaks, but we have a Deep Dive delving into all of this Volvo's innovations going up shortly to help you learn the nitty-gritty details. Scroll down to read the official announcement for the next-generation Volvo and the First Edition model.
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Formula E gets wireless-charging BMW i8 safety car [w/video]

Posted Aug 26th 2014 9:16AM

BMW i8 Formula E Safety Car

Racing series typically select a safety car appropriate to the kinds of racecars for which they'll be setting the pace. So you might find a Mercedes SLS pacing a Formula One grand prix, for example, and you're more likely to find a BMW M4 on duty at a DTM race and a Chevy Camaro or SS on an oval speedway for a NASCAR or Indy race. It would only stand to reason, then, that the FIA Formula E Championship kicking off next month in Beijing would press a plug-in into service as its safety car. But the organizers didn't go for your run-of-the-mill Nissan Leaf or Toyota Prius.

No, the safety car for Formula E will be a BMW i8 specially modified for the occasion. As you can see from the video below, the hybrid sports car packs a full roll cage, racing buckets with harnesses, special communications systems and on-board fire extinguishers. But that's not all.

In partnership with technological partner Qualcomm, the Formula E support fleet – including two examples each of the i8 and i3 – will feature inductive charging. So while one is out on the track, or at least sitting at the end of the pit lane waiting to be deployed – the other will be charging wirelessly. The vehicles are still pending FIA approval, and only one has been outfitted with the Qualcomm Halo wireless charging system (with the others to be retrofitted later), but they were all on hand for the recent practice race at Donnington Park.

The Qualcomm Safety Car, as it will officially be known, will be driven by longtime WTCC safety car driver Bruno Correia of Portugal. Although no mention is made in the press release or the presentation video below, it's not hard to imagine that the Formula E series might seek to adopt this technology for the racers as well in the near future.

News Source: Formula E, ElectricAutosport via YouTube

Are the EPA's MPGe ratings hurting EV sales?

Confusion May Reign

Posted Aug 26th 2014 8:00AM

Toyota Prius Plug-in

Plug-in vehicle makers are losing out on sales dollars because the mileage ratings don't make a lot of sense. That's what one Venture Beat writer says after buying a Toyota Prius Plug-in and trying to apply the miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) standard to real-world results. In short, it's difficult to do.

The Prius Plug-in Hybrid's 95 MPGe rating is not only difficult to quantify, but it's "artificial" and "purely imaginary" because the proportion of miles driven by electricity vs. gasoline differs from driver to driver. For instance, while a Mazda minivan costs about 21 cents a mile in fuel, the Prius Plug-in costs 10 cents a mile in gas-powered mode and about 2.5 cents a mile in pure electricity mode. For those with relatively short commutes (and therefore a higher percentage of all-electric driving), savings of as much as $100 a month are possible. Still, with electricity rates not readily available, it's impossible to measure a plug-in's powering expenses (compared to gasoline) until one measures the extra electricity used over the course of a month and adds that to gasoline-spending figures.

Even without MPGe being clear and obvious to everyone, US plug-in sales are increasing substantially. Through the end of July, Americans bought more than 55,000 plug-ins in 2014, up 51 percent from a year earlier (and those figures don't include the Tesla Model S, since that automaker doesn't break out US sales). If Venture Beat is right, then plug-in sales should be growing even faster because the public would have a clearer idea of why those cars can make financial sense.
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News Source: Venture Beat via Hybrid Cars

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