October 26, 2011 by
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Comments Off on 2013 Honda Fit EV to be Unveiled Next Month
Honda/Promo image Honda Throws Its Hat Into the EV Ring The change in direction toward electric vehicles is still under way at Honda. The new CEO is more enthusiastic about them than his predecessor, and the first piece of evidence to support that will be the unveiling the of 2013 Honda Fit EV at the Los Angeles Auto Show next month. It will be a 2013 model, but it should be available in the U.S. in 2012 if all goes according to plan…. Read the full story on TreeHugger
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2013 Honda Fit EV to be Unveiled Next Month
Comments Off on An EV For the People: All-Electric Nissan Leaf to Cost $25,280
Last year we announced the unveiling of the Nissan Leaf — the first affordable all-electric vehicle from a mainstream automaker — but up until now, Nissan would only concede that the vehicle would cost somewhere in the range of $20,000 to $30,000. Now the automaker has finally revealed the Leaf’s pricing plan: $32,780 before incentives, or $25,280 after a federal tax credit of $7,500. The vehicle will also be available for lease at a price of $349 per month.
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An EV For the People: All-Electric Nissan Leaf to Cost $25,280
Comments Off on Engineers Develop Carbon-Capturing Photosynthetic Frog Foam
It may seem too good to be true, but engineers from the University of Cincinnati have devised a way to capture and remove CO2 out of the air and then convert it into biofuel building blocks.
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Engineers Develop Carbon-Capturing Photosynthetic Frog Foam