Good morning and welcome to the Green News Daily. Happy hump day, and now let’s get down to the news. Today’s highlights include Chinese electric buses in Canada, the Smart e-bike hits the U.S. soon, and Google’s driverless car gets a driver’s license.
BYD To Supply Windsor, Canada With Up To 10 Electric Buses [Autoblog Green]
Coal Kicks Ass, Says Coal Lobby [Treehugger]
Nevada Issues Drivers License To Google’s Driverless Car [Inhabitat]
Plug-In Taxe Credits Could Hit $150 Million For 2011 [Plug-In Cars]
Smart Electric Bike Coming To U.S. Shores Soon [Green Car Reports]
BMW & Real Goods Team Up On Cheap Solar Powers[CleanTechnica]