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Since its launch in December 2010, Nissan’s Leaf which is now assembled in Tennessee, has become the best-selling electric vehicle in the world, and has just crested past 25,000 units sold in he U.S. with 62,000 sold globally. In the process of getting there, Nissan has opened up a dialogue with its owners to help […]

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Ford announced yesterday that its Transit commercial van will come to market with a new clean-diesel engine, on top of the already announced EcoBoost V6. These engines will allow the new Transit to achieve at least 25 percent better fuel economy than current E-Series vans it replaces. In addition to the new Transit, certain E-Series […]

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Yesterday, the City of San Francisco celebrated achievement of goals set by its 2008 Green Taxi law aimed at curbing fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2012. These standards were set using 1990 levels as the baseline, and having hit the target of becoming the “Greenest Taxi City in America,” former […]

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  The First “Green Halo” Truck When a car company produces a “halo car,” it can transform and transcend an entire brand or class of vehicles. In this era of high-tech eco-friendly automotive technologies, the halo has taken a decisively green tint. Witness the Toyota Prius, which until very recently, has been the single green […]

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