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Written by Nicole Levins | December 13th, 2010
You know about the oil spill, but what other stories made our lead scientist’s list of environmental issues that dominated the year?
Written by Timothy Boucher | August 17th, 2009
Hold on a second…there’s a problem with the impressive claim made by Chevrolet last week of 230 miles per gallon for its electric Volt model (which is still under development). Actually, two problems. The first is how to measure the miles per gallon of an electric car. As has been noted in a number of […]
Written by Bob Lalasz | July 13th, 2009
Sea-level rise due to climate change — will it be much worse than once thought? Cool Green Morning has your answer, along with the rest of the day’s most interesting green links. Hurry up and read it while you’re still above water… Has the science on sea-level rise due to climate change been too optimistic? […]
Written by Bob Lalasz | June 1st, 2009
Good new month to you! Start it off right by getting the top green online news below — hand-gathered by us every morning: Now that General Motors is declaring bankruptcy, what happens to the electric Chevy Volt model? Environmental Capital reports that — at a $40,000 price tag — the Volt doesn’t fit what GM […]
Written by Dave Connell | December 19th, 2008
Let’s start off by saying the electric car is coming – and it’s coming more quickly than you think.
In fact, if you have the means to drop over $100K on a roadster, or want to tool around the neighborhood at non-highway speeds, the electric car is here now, go on and get one.
For the rest of us, Chevy (with the Volt) and Nissan will compete for the first-to-market electric vehicle, which should be introduced sometime between 2010 and 2012.
That’s right, nearly a decade after General Motors pulled the first successful electric vehicle, the EV1, off the road, America will once again hear the hum of a big ol’ battery under the hood.
So don’t fret about the electric car. Instead, fret about the infrastructure that will be needed to support the electric car.