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Has power in the electric vehicle market switched from the US to China?
Nanotechnology could lead to better batteries for EV's
Is EV battery technology more advanced than we thought?
A new approach to calm potential EV battery worries
US electric cars out sell hybrids in first half of 2013
Electric Vehicles outpacing hybrids
EV charging stations becoming more common
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Hydrogen Fuel May Have a Bright Future, According to BMW
EV Tax incentives can't last forever
Could alkaline batteries be the future of electric vehicle power?
Are UK drivers more switched on to electric vehicles?
Scottish government to ban petrol and diesel cars from city centres
Ford getting serious about Electric Vehicles
Renault offers free charging for EV's in France
Columbia unveils largest EV taxi service in South America
Could payphones be converted to EV charging stations?
Nowegian's LOVE the electric car!
Tesla in the Mass Market
Do drivers appreciate all the advantages of electric vehicles?
Innovation in EV technology from BMW
Electric vehicle market predictions
Ford announces plans for solar powered electric vehicle
EV's only in city centers?
Ground breaking battery technology promises to extend EV range
Ford to release electric Focus
A new concept in EV charging
Electric Vehicles and charging systems need to be moving forward in harmony
How would you feel if electric vehicles were the only ones allowed in center cities?
Electric vehicles WILL go mass market. Here's why.
Kansas City goes All-In for EV's
Why are some states reducing EV incentives?
Advertising coming to EV charging stations?
Neighborhood electric vehicles
Why are some people so negative about electric cars?
Should government buildings offer free Electric Vehicle charging?
International Energy Agency targets 100 million electric cars by 2030
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