Nissan to Triple the Number of Electric Vehicle Fast-Chargers in the U.S.

February 1, 2013 by  
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Nissan has announced plans to triple the number of electric vehicle fast chargers in the U.S. with the addition of at least 500 quick-charging stations in the next 18 months. Nissan hopes that the addition of the new chargers will help to significantly increase the number of EVs on the road by giving current and potential EV drivers more charging options. Read the rest of Nissan to Triple the Number of Electric Vehicle Fast-Chargers in the U.S. Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: electric vehicle , eVgo Freedom Station , fast charger , green car , green transportation , NISSAN , nissan ev , Nissan Leaf , NRG

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Beautiful House Hafner is a Light-Filled Cubic Retreat With a Living Green Garage in Germany

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Burger King’s Horse Meat Scandal is a Whopper to Rein in

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Burger King image, Shutterstock Residents of the United Kingdom are outraged following Burger King’s timid announcement that trace amounts of horse DNA were found in meat at its production plant, and the scandal is proving to be a whopper to rein in. Previously believed to be spared the recent embarrassment faced by various UK retailers such as Tesco that were forced to pull their burgers from shelves, Burger King announced on Thursday night that there “very small trace levels” of horse DNA were discovered in their meat processed at the Silvercrest plant in Ireland. Social media sites have since been inundated with a fiery outcry. Read the rest of Burger King’s Horse Meat Scandal is a Whopper to Rein in Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ABP Food group , burger king , Environment , fast food , food and health , horse DNA , horse meat scandal , Ireland , News , rein in Burger King horse meat scandal , silvercrest , UK , whopper

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