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    Denmark EV Owners Earning Over $1,500 A Year Selling Power To Grid

    Electric vehicles owners are selling their excess capacity back to the power grid in Denmark — earning as much as $1,530 a year. Nissan and Enel, the country’s largest utility, are carrying out a trial project to see the role that cars like the Nissan Leaf can play in helping balance out supply and demand […]

    Tesla

    Tesla Wants To Test Autonomous Semi-Trucks Soon

    Tesla is indicating it’s serious about introducing an electric semi by seeking permission to test self-driving versions in California and Nevada. Spokespeople for the Department of Motor Vehicles in California and Nevada confirmed meetings were scheduled in California for yesterday and previously held in Nevada. California doesn’t yet have rules in place governing the testing […]

    Hyundai

    Busting 5 Myths About Green Cars with the Hyundai IONIQ

    If you’re looking to ditch your low-tech gasoline-powered car for something more efficient but you might be worried about some of the perceived drawbacks, this video made with the Hyundai IONIQ should change your mind. Here, Jodi Lai, Editor of Autoguide.com takes us through the five myths about green cars from range, design, cost, power […]

    Hybrid Car News

    Report: Valero Leading Secret Campaign To Block Biofuel Blends

    The nation’s largest oil refiner has taken on a behind-the-scenes lobbying campaign to rid refiners of costly federal biofuel blend rules, according to a Reuters investigative piece published today. Valero Energy Corp. is making the case for transferring the “point of obligation” responsibility for biofuels blending that puts about 10 percent ethanol into gasoline sold […]

    Daimler and BMW May Merge Their Car-Sharing Divisions

    Daimler’s Car2Go and BMW’s DriveNow may be merging their car-sharing services, according to a hint by the chief executive of DriveNow’s partner, Sixt. CEO Erich Sixt, who heads the Germany-based car rental company named after him, would not confirm that talks are under way, but suggested that it is in motion. “At the last press […]

    Hyundai Confirms Longer-Range EVs Will Be Technology Of Choice

    Hyundai Motor Corp. is raising the bar on its eco-car strategy and a promise that it could have one of the longest range electric vehicles out there. The South Korean automaker will be marketing its next round of all-electric vehicles at luxury buyers and those interested in the utility of a small SUV. An electric […]

    Nissan Tapping Into National Drive Electric Week To Show Next-Gen Leaf

    Right after the Sept. 5 launch of the next-generation Leaf, Nissan will be hosting an up-close experience for the all-electirc car on both coasts. The event will be part of the annual National Drive Electric Week, where the Leaf will be on display and available for a spin in eight west coast and east coast […]

    Hyundai Shows Off Pre-Production Fuel Cell SUV

    Hyundai has revealed its new fuel cell powered SUV ahead of its official debut sometime next year. The Korean automaker quietly released these images today of a pre-production version of the unnamed SUV. The vehicle, which is “near production ready” according to Hyundai, has been designed from the ground-up as a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. […]

    Elio Motors Facing Make-Or-Break $100M Bid Through IPO

    Elio Motors is seeking $100 million on Wall Street to salvage its hopes to produce its frugally priced, three-wheel, 84 mpg car. The startup filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Aug. 3 to have an initial public offering for its common stock. Elio stock will be traded on the Nasdaq stock exchange. […]