Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Recent EV Industry News Headlines

Recent EV Industry News Headlines

Selected Recent Industry News Headlines

Subaru To Bring R1e Electric To Japan by 2009

Shai Agassi's Chinese Rival

How Electric Cars Could Save The Grid

Honda Sees Clarity as Future

France's Bollore, Pininfarina to Make Electric Car

Breakthrough Battery Could Boost Electric Cars

Saab and Volvo to Partner in PHEV Plug-in Program in Sweden

Lithium Energy Japan Aims to Jump Start Electric Car Development

DOE Anounces RFP for EcoCar the NeXt Challenge Competition

Al Gore's Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech

Siemens VDO Focuses on CO2 Reduction

Smith Electric Vehicles Launches in US: Targeting 10,000 Electric Trucks Per Year by 2010

RWE to Join AEP in Validation of Carbon Capture Technology

Google to Spend Hundreds of Millions on Developing Renewable Energy

European Commission Proposes Plan to Accelerate Energy Technologies for a Low Carbon Future

Zap, Youngman Automotive form Electric/hybrid Joint Venture in China

Tata Eyes Europe With Electric Indica

Automotive X Prize!

$200 Million For Electric Cars?

Radically Re-Thinking the Automotive Business Model

Fuel Cell Cars Facing Long Ride to Profitability

GM Bets That A Huge Battery Can Power It Past Toyota

Green Cars Take Fast Lane In California

LA's Green Cars Face Tough Audience

EVAoSD's First International Exclusively Electric Drag Racing EVent in San Diego California January 26th-27th 2008.

NPR Interview with Co Authors of the new book "Zoom, the Global Race to Fuel the Car of the Future"

EnerDel Unveils Lithium Ion Battery Pack for Hybrid Vehicles

U-M, PNNL study: Are plug-ins the next wave of hybrid vehicles?

Plan Uses Taxes to Fight Climate Change

Energy Firms Launch $5M Fuel Cell Project

Scientists Invent 30 Year Continuous Power Laptop Battery

DOE to Provide Nearly $20 Million to Further Development of Advanced Batteries for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Google RechargeIT Request for Investment Proposals

Niel Young to Tour Country Promoting Electric, hybrid vehicle, and V2G Technology

EPRI and NRDC Report on Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles Powered by V2G Technology Potential to Positively Impact Co2 Emissions





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