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    Report: Nissan ready to start testing Leaf EV in Thailand

    Nissan figures there's a market for the Nissan Leaf in Thailand. Or, at the very least, a chance to test the world's most popular passenger electric car in Bangkok. The global automaker has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Metropolitan Electricity Authority in Bangkok to start ...

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    Motorsports: Formula E touts Renault relationship with new car design, adds Bangkok to calender

    The Formulec EF01 is a pretty sweet all-electric race car, but it's really been just a place holder for the vehicles that will eventually form the FIA Formula E Championship grid. Along with an announcement that Renault will be a technical partner, the budding series has just released images of ...

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    Official: BYD sells its first electric cars, three E6 EVs, in Thailand

    Hey, it's a start. BYD, the China-based vehicle maker that's repeatedly delayed the debut of its battery-electric vehicles for the U.S. market, has sold three of its EVs to the Thai utility company that supplies power to Bangkok as part of an effort to promote EV vehicle use in the country. ...

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    Khao Sod daily: Thailand must use less oil

    One of the joys of writing for AutoblogGreen is learning about the ways biofuels and other alternative energy sources are being used and promoted around the world. We've mentioned Thailand on the site before (and I want to give a plug again to yesterday's post about Australia's Green Vehicle ...


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