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'Smart' electric grids to ease zap from plug-ins?
Tuesday, July 22 2008
Nation Career
A project funded by the Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory will test bidirectional battery chargers and "smart" grids that could prevent U.S. electric grid overload from plug-in vehicles.
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Smartlet Charging Stations An Idea To Recharge Your Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle
Tuesday, July 22 2008
Nation
Coulomb Technologies has come up with a technology that could deliver a vehicle recharging technology to municipalities and parking lot owners by the end of the year.
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Coulomb unveils electric-car charging stations
Tuesday, July 22 2008
City
The city of San Jose, Calif., will be the first to test electric-car charging stations from start-up Coulomb Technologies.
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Electric Vehicle Charging Continues to Spread Across London
Thursday, May 29 2008
City
Article discusses the continued increase in the availability of charging locations in London for electric vehicles.
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Project Better Place Might Charge Up SF
Tuesday, May 13 2008
City
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom is in talks with electric vehicle startup Project Better Place about building the infrastructure for a fleet of plug-in cars in the city, including parking meter charging stations and battery replacement stations.
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California firm to produce electric charging stations
Saturday, April 19 2008
City Nation
California company working to create public charging stations for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles
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Lithium Ion Batteries See Potential 10-fold Capacity Improvement
Tuesday, January 15 2008
Career
There has been a recent development in lithium ion batteries that promises to increase capacity by 10 fold. While focusing on small electronics, this could potentially be applied to electric cars.
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Motorhead Messiah
Thursday, November 01 2007
Home and Lifestyle
Article about a man who works to take the most inefficient vehicles on the market and turn them into highly efficient, low impact vehicles.
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