Nissan Says There’s “No Charge to Charge” for New LEAF Owners in Texas

October 1, 2013 by  
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Nissan has announced that owners of the all-electric Nissan LEAF</a in the Dallas-Fort Worth and greater Houston areas will have free, unlimited access to the eVgo network of public charging stations throughout their first year of ownership. So what does that mean? Essentially, anyone who signs up for the new “No Charge to Charge” program will be able to drive for an entire year without having to pay for a single tank of gas! Read the rest of Nissan Says There’s “No Charge to Charge” for New LEAF Owners in Texas Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: charging stations , Dallas , Dallas electric vehicles , Dallas EV charging , electric car , electric vehicles , eVgo network , fort worth , free EV charging in Texas , green transportation , NISSAN , Nissan Leaf , Nissan’s no charge EV network , no charge to charge , texas , Texas electric vehicles        

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Zero Energy Casita in Texas Opens to the Public Today!

June 4, 2010 by  
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Green building is making big strides in Texas as evidenced by this cute little zero-energy home in Fort Worth, which opens for public tours today. The Zero Energy Casita , erected by the award winning green builder, Don Ferrier , is a two bedroom, 1,051 square foot home packed with sustainable features. A residential wind turbine supplies power for the energy efficient home built from reclaimed materials.

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BP Oil Pipe is Cut, “Top Hat” Containment Cap in Place

June 4, 2010 by  
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We’ve come to the point where we’re pretty darn pessimistic about almost any supposed advancements in the BP oil spill saga – but as of yesterday, there seems to be some actual good news. According to Admiral Thad W. Allen, who is overseeing the federal response to the disaster, a key riser pipe at the Deepwater Horizon site was successfully cut yesterday , meaning that we are one crucial step closer to capping off and containing the leak.

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