A Romney Presidency: A “Minor Impact” On America’s Electric Car Market?

If elected President, presumptive GOP nominee Willard Mitt Romney said he would sell off the American governments 26% share in General Motors (GM), take a hard look at pending fuel efficiency mandates as well as electric vehicle (EV) subsidies. That not all. Romney said he would review the pending Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) mandates slated to put the auto industry on course toward a 54.5 mile per gallon fleet wide average by 2025.

Even so, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk isn’t worried. Should he be?

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The Republican Candidates On Alternative Energy and Electric Vehicles

We know where our Democratic President stands of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and alternative energy thanks to President Obama’s State of

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Op-Ed: How Michelle Bachmann Could Bring Back $2/gal Gas

I try to stay out of politics because, quite frankly, I don’t trust politicians. As much as I try to avoid politics though, domestic energy policies promoting green energy are of huge importance and interest to me. So when Michelle Bachman supposedly said that she’ll bring back $2.00 a gallon gas, I started thinking…what would it take to bring back $2 a gallon gas?

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