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2014 Cadillac ELR Charging Station. Copyright Cadillac. All rights reserved.

Cadillac ELR Early Adopters Receive Home Charging Station

DETROIT – Cadillac is offering a complimentary 240-volt home charging station and installation to early buyers of the all-new 2014 ELR electrified luxury coupe. “The ELR’s blend of leading technology with provocative design and fun-to-drive performance is set to bring new
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Cold Weather Fuel Efficiency: Electric vs. Gasoline

With the return of the polar vortex to the Midwest, conventional vehicles that are parked outside need to have a few minutes to warm up in the sub-zero temperatures. In addition to the warm-up time, gasoline fuel-efficiency also drops with colder temperatures. Electric vehicles also h
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California Pushes For One Million EVs On State’s Roads

SACRAMENTO – As part of his 2014 State of the State address this morning, Governor Edmund G. Brown included a full-throated endorsement of one of the chief objectives of the Charge Ahead California campaign, putting one million cars, trucks and buses on California’s roads. The s
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Tesla Supercharger Network in Europe. Copyright Tesla. All rights reserved.

Tesla Expands Supercharger Network In Europe

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands – Tesla has officially opened new Supercharger locations connecting the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. These newly-energized routes will enable Model S customers to enjoy free, convenient, 100 percent electric trips on the German Autobahn an
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Frazer-Nash Begins Trials for Electric Metrocab Taxi in London

City Hall, London – Frazer-Nash and Ecotive, the companies behind the all-new, purpose-built Range Extended Electric (REE) Metrocab taxi confirm the vehicle’s full specification. The British designed, engineered and built Metrocab, from Mytchett Surrey-based Ecotive and Frazer-N
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