Researchers at Stanford wanted to know which was greener: an electric car or a hydrogen powered car? After crunching all the data, they got their answer.
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Tesla China is opening its service centers to kindergarten children to educate them about how electric cars differ from gas powered models. Is anyone else listening and learning from this?
Originally posted on CleanTechnica The auto industry has performed an amazing about-face in less than a decade, shifting its focus from gas-guzzling SUVs to fuel-sipping hybrids and gas-free electric vehicles. That has made earning accolades like the World Green Car of the Year all the more important, and this time around the winner is the […]
On Wednesday, founder and executive chairman of Fisker Automotive, Henrik Fisker, resigned from his position on the board of directors. According to an official response from Fisker himself, his resignation has to do with “several major disagreements” on “business strategy.” We wonder if this has anything to do with trying to find a Chinese investor…?
Nope, it’s not the Tesla Model S, lauded as CAR of the year (not just green) by everyone from Motor Trend to…many more. The award for Green Car of the Year came with a few caveats-primarily sales volume. Green Car Journal Editor Ron Cogan was adamant that this award be given to the car likely to get the most wheels to the ground. Sales volume matters a lot when determining which car will have the most significant impact in reducing CO2.
As you may recall from my thrilling and engrossing commentary a year ago, the then-new Scion iQ was my favorite car of the 2011 Chicago Auto Show. After spending several hours listening to GM flaks, checking out new Hyundais and Dodge Darts, and driving around in a Fiat 500, however, it looked like the year-old […]
Need another reason to check out Honda’s new-for-2012, NGV-fuelled Civic GX other than cleaner emissions and high gas prices? If you live in California, you just got one: Honda’s CNG burning Civics will retain HOV lane access through 2015. Conversion is a tricky thing, but it’s doable. Whether it’s a flaming pyre helping Elijah sway […]
[social_buttons] BMW has launched its greenest car yet! The 116d is 2.0-liter, four-cylinder diesel engine delivering 115hp and has a fuel consumption of 54 mpg. It is BMW’s most fuel-efficient and least polluting car yet, and only available in Europe.