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All-electric highway that wirelessly charges cars and trucks

A Stanford University research team has designed a high-efficiency charging system that uses magnetic fields to wirelessly transmit large electric currents between metal coils placed several feet apart. The long-term goal of the research is to develop an all-electric highway that wirelessly charges cars and trucks as they cruise down the road.

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Driving green with electric trucks

New study suggests that electric-powered trucks will save money for businesses.

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TATA’s Cheap Electric Vehicle Unveiled at Detroit Show

Tata automaker unveiled its electric vehicle prototype at the North American International Show which runs through January 22, 2012 in Detroit.

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The Green CyberCar

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The Green CyberCar

CyberCar, who’s going to drive? It travels at around 30 km/h. No driver. No fuel.

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Hiriko a 2013 concept car among electric vehicles

As a good collaboration between MIT, Basque business and the Spanish government, an electric vehicle called Hiriko takes shape, showing us an interesting urban concept vehicle.

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Tax credit extended to 2015 for electric vehicles in UK

The UK government has decided to extend a tax credit that applies to electric vehicles and to expand the declared scope to apply to electric vehicles.

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EV Mini Sport a Cool Looking Electric Vehicle from Japan

Are you wondering whether an electric vehicle is good or not? This could be a good question. For some a compromise on speed for fuel economy might impulse them to purchaise one.

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Daimler to produce cars with OLED lighting cells rooftops powered by solar panels

The Smart Forvision concept car was introduced by Daimler last year.

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UK’s first privately-owned DC rapid-charging station for electric vehicles

Rapid charging reduces electric-vehicle charging times from eight hours, using regular alternating current (ac), to as little as 15 to 30 minutes, which allows drivers to quickly recharge and keep driving.

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China the future leader in electric vehicle production

On global level, the electric vehicle production capacity is increasing much more than expected. A new great demand come from China and a bright future for electric vehicle components suppliers come from there too.

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