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  • Nissan reveals Top Gear's tricks

    02 August 2011

    Oh how enlightening to find out that Sunday’s Top Gear that I’d so passionately blogged about, has now been attacked by none other than Nissan GB – the manufacturer of one of the electric car reviewed so grimly in the show.

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  • BMW Flicks switch to go electric

    01 August 2011

    It is great to see BMW putting some real commitment and ‘front of stage’ publicity behind their future i8 supercar EV and the i3.

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  • Range extended EVs make for relaxing weekend reading

    01 August 2011

    I read a couple of very interesting articles over the weekend that are definitely worth sharing. One article in particular looked at the range extended EV in the Saturday Telegraph motoring section, which reviewed the car company Lotus and its future.

  • So after a tip-off I succumbed to watching Top Gear…

    31 July 2011

    This weekend's Top Gear show decided to find – as usual – the weakest – but transient part of an emerging technology to try and prove that Electrification of Transport was not going to work. So of course, I couldn't miss a chance to prove them wrong.

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  • New film: Revenge of the Electric Car

    29 July 2011

    A documentary by Chris Paine, Revenge of the Electric Car', the successor to the popular 'Who Killed the Electric Car' is set to hit the big screens on July 20, 2012. But maybe not the biggest screen to you.. So vote for a screening in your city!

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  • Top class service arrives for EV customers

    28 July 2011

    From integrated charging station GPS systems to bundled solutions, simple tariffs and more charging facilities, we're really starting to see EV systems linking up to provide real customer value with these offerings.

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  • Nissan ups its production of ever-popular Leafs in the US

    27 July 2011

    We have more great news in the EV world people, as Nissan Motor Co. has said that it will begin manufacturing motors for its Leaf electric cars in Tennessee, the US, starting in 2013.

  • The great EVs noise debate

    25 July 2011

    So the Department for Transport has decided to dismiss the idea of artificial noises on EVs, as they will make little impact against background noise. This is a fascinating debate and I am glad the UK government is taking a measured approach to this subject via analysis and testing.

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  • Zac Goldsmith's greener politics for the rise of EVs

    20 July 2011

    Zac Goldsmith is ready to fight for greener politics; let's see this policy brought forward to drive the exponential rise of EVs.

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  • Actually, the Plugged-In Places programme is fully funded and steaming ahead

    06 July 2011

    I came across Independent's story 'Coalition scraps national network of charging points for electric cars' last week. It is always amusing when a paper gets it completely wrong!

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