Green News Roundup: Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Good morning dear readers! It’s another morning, and another news roundup from all around the green world. Some of this morning’s highlights include a diesel Jagaur roadtrip, CARB lays out big cash for electric vans, and Uganda builds its first electric car.

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Green News Roundup: Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

What would the morning be without a green news roundup? Well…it’d be this past Monday, I guess! But neither here nor there, here is a roundup of yesterday’s clean, green news. Some of today’s highlights include GE’s now solar-powered EV charger, Kleenspeed’s FE entry, and California’s high speed rail costs keep going up.

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Nissan, GE Ink Deal to Make EV’s “Easier”

Are electric cars really that difficult for consumers to comprehend? Apparently so. That’s why this morning, GE and Nissan have inked a deal to make electric vehicles “easier to use and more consumer friendly.” Which, as it turns out, means a whole lotta infrastructure upgrades.

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Green News Roundup: Monday, September 26th, 2011

I hope everyone had a good weekend. I spent my weekend eating deep fried foods at the local fair and getting one of my cars into emissions compliance. One of our writers, Charis Michelsen, spent her weekend at the EV Conversion Convention, and she’s provided us with detailed coverage of the event. Other top stories include a new compressed air car speed record, what EV companies to invest in, and Toyota’s disturbing new “Prius People” ad campaign.

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The Leaf Continues to Outsell the Volt as Fall Approaches

Nissan’s total sales of the Leaf Electric car have hit 6,187 since December. In comparison, Chevy has sold only 3,498 Volts in the United States in the same time frame, a nearly 2-1 ratio in favor of the leaf.

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