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    ETC: "World's greenest" Chevy Silverado now ready to order

    Doesn't the idea of a big truck that doesn't use gas, is biodegradable and is 100-percent recyclable sound appealing? The group trying to get you to own one even says, "You can tell all your environmentalist friends that you just happen to have the world's greenest Chevy Silverado." Except, well, ...

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    Renault details its zero-emission strategy, sees electric cars everywhere, for everyone

    Renault isn't afraid to acknowledge global warming, is in alignment with alliance partner Nissan's CEO Carlos Ghosn's prediction that electric vehicles will make up 10 percent of the world market by 2020 and is spending (with Nissan) €4 billion ($5.25 billion U.S. at today's exchange rate) ...

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    Tesla says it does not depend on zero emission tax credit sales

    Tesla Roadster 2.5 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Last week, Darryl Siry noted on Autopia that Tesla Motors could be running out of zero emissions vehicle (ZEV) credits to sell. Tesla earned at least $13.8 million through these sales in 2009, mostly to Honda, but the number and ...

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    Chinese "Leaf" concept claims "negative emissions"

    Ye Zi "Leaf" concept - Click above for high-res image gallery
    With the start of the Beijing Auto Show a little over a week away, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC), has unveiled their new "Ye Zi" concept. "Ye Zi" literally means "leaf." Whereas Nissan named their upcoming ...

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    Norway's Hydrogen Highway gets an electric back road

    Back in May, 30 teams driving pure electric and hydrogen vehicles participated in the EVS Viking Rally from Oslo to Stavanger, Norway to mark the 24th Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) and the opening of the Hynor Hydrogen Road. For 2010, the event is changing its name to the Zero Emission Rally ...

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    Blade Runner: Australia's first zero-emissions car

    Looks like the Aussies are getting their very first zero-emissions-vehicle, the Blade Runner. Converted from the gasoline-powered Hyundai Getz (as seen above), the Blade Runner uses an AC motor powered by twin banks of lithium iron phosphate batteries and is capable of going up to 100 kilometers ...

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    BMW Hydrogen 7 on the streets in the UK

    As part of a needed and well-orchestrated publicity move, the BMW Hydrogen 7-series is going to take part in the Revolve Brighton to London rally today. This rally is specifically for low- to zero-emissions vehicles. The event immediately follows the Hydrogen 7's launch at the PGA Championship in ...


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