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August 1, 2014: General Motors Co. dealers delivered 256,160 vehicles in the United States in July, for the company's highest July sales since 2007.
15 hrs ago | GreenCarReports
Sales of plug-in electric cars in the U.S. continued their rise in July, as Nissan delivered more than 3,000 Leaf battery electric cars and Chevy more than 2,000 Volt range-extended electrics.
Submitted photo DOE-SR Fleet Manager Chris Goodman, left, charges the Chevy Volt, the first electric vehicle at the Savannah River Site, while members of the SRNS and DOE-SR Fleet Management team Tim Armstrong, Kevin Heath and Pete Ladomirak perform a 360 degree walk around inspection before driving the government vehicle.
General Motors is bringing its OnStar-enabled Smart Grid solutions, to one of the largest electric vehicle collaborations to take place within the industry.
Electric-car aficionados love to brag about the low cost of filling up with a power plug, especially when gasoline prices rise.
Chevrolet is providing 12 extended-range electric Volts to help expand a unique program that matches local entrepreneurs and MBA students committed to revitalizing small businesses across America.
GM's first car capable of charging your smartphone without a cord will be a Cadillac, not a Chevy Volt.
In efforts to collect money over the copying of music, the record industry has reached as high as the skies and as far as New Zealand , but the latest target is a moving one.
If you own a plug-in electric car, what's the best way to get a second charging cable to supplement the one that came with your vehicle? It all started when reader Brandt Buffham of Santa Clarita, California, bought a Ford Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid sedan.
Evatran has been testing its Plugless Power wireless charging systems for electric vehicles in the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf for years now and made the tech commercially available early this year.
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Jill Lepore genereated quite a fracas in Silicon Valley with her New Yorker article that questions disruptive innovation and posits that large incumbent companies often survive and subsume disruptive technology with small incremental gains.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:26 pm
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