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2 hrs ago | Electronics Weekly
Old tyres could be a source of anode carbon for lithium-ion cells, said Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US.
4 hrs ago | Autoblog
China's recently instigated push to go after price fixing and monopolistic practices in the automotive sector has garnered a lot of ink, but regulatory bodies around the world have been tackling the issue for years.
8 hrs ago | Inhabitat
Volkswagen just announced the pricing details for its first electric car to be offered in the United States! The 2015 e-Golf will offer a 115 horsepower electric motor and a 24.2 kWh lithium-ion battery - and it's set to arrive in November with a price tag starting at $36,265 before any federal or state tax credits are applied.
10 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
Combining an electric motor and a 16 kWh battery pack with a four-cylinder gas engine, the Volt became one of the first plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, or PHEVs, on the road.
13 hrs ago | Design News
Tesla Motors might be planning to boost the driving range of its two-seat Roadster to 400 miles.
Although Tesla 's Model S sedan is able to travel close to 265 miles on a single battery charge, the company's CEO Elon Musk has his sights on nearly doubling the mileage using new graphene based anodes which are said to be able to "quadruple the density and output of lithium-ion batteries.
Germany, which has come to rely heavily on wind and solar power in recent years, is launching more than 20 demonstration projects that involve storing energy by splitting water into hydrogen gas and oxygen.
Motley Fool readers have seen Argonne National Laboratory battery researcher Jeff Chamberlain dive into upcoming innovations for smartphones and electric cars .
Malaysia will be producing its prototype lithium ion batteries for electric buses, cars and energy storage by the first quarter of next year.
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The City of Houston has several, at libraries and other facilities. You'll also find them at car dealerships and increasingly at grocery stores like Kroger and Whole Foods, because, well of course, they would have them.
Electric vehicles are cool. They're inexpensive to operate, can make our air cleaner , and help reduce the amount of climate change-causing gases released into the atmosphere.
We look ahead to the next Volt and Leaf, get a first look at the only seven-passenger plug-in hybrid, and a price for the Volkswagen e-Golf.
After extensive testing, China's regulators have approved Highpower's 20 Ah lithium-ion battery solution for the huge domestic PHEV and EV market.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 06:24 pm
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