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A bill has been passed through the Georgia State House and Senate that would end the $5,000 tax credit owners receive on their zero emission vehicles, and instead, place a $200 per year road usage fee for EVs. While this bill has not yet become law, it has inched closer to being so with its […]

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With Atlanta being a very important market for the Leaf EV, Nissan is making efforts to help make charging available at more workplaces in the region. According to Nissan, Atlanta is America’s top market for sales of the Leaf. Through a new partnership funded by Nissan and Georgia Power, local employers can receive a $1,000 […]

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Carlos Ghosn, through his role as Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO, finds himself at the head of the company that has sold the most electric vehicles in the last few years. Last month, the Renault-Nissan Alliance sold its 200,000th zero-emission car. The Alliance’s Nissan Leaf, which was launched four years ago, is by far the top-selling electric […]

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Nissan is adding Atlanta to its no-cost public charging for two years program just in time for Black Friday week. The automaker announced yesterday the “No Charge to Charge” program for Atlanta, a program that offers no-cost access to more than a dozen quick chargers spread throughout the Greater Atlanta market for two years with […]

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Atlanta is now the third biggest market for Leaf sales, with more than 700 Leafs sold in the last few months. Nissan said its all-electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf, is selling at historic rates in new cities throughout the U.S. San Francisco and Los Angeles are still first and second markets in importance for Leaf […]

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The Toyota Avalon Hybrid was named the “Best Green Car” at the 2013 Atlanta International Auto Show by the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association (GAAMA). The group of automotive journalists has been awarding “best of show” vehicles for four years running, said Davis Adams, president of GAAMA. “The Avalon is an impressive option in the […]

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